The super-fusion of New York's Candiria became denser and denser over
the course of three albums:
Surrealistic Madness (1995), Beyond Reasonable Doubt (1997) and
Process of Self-Development (1999).
Eventually, it reached full maturity on 300 Percent Density (2001):
led by Carley Coma's adventurous vocals, the band's rhythms shifted
continuously from death-metal to hip-hop
(Words From The Lexicon)
(Constant Velocity Is As Natural As Being At Rest)
to industrial music (the 21-minute juggernaut Opposing Meter).
The Coma Imprint (Lakeshore Records, 2002)
is a hodgepodge of old tracks, new tracks and
tracks by their favorite bands.
What Doesn't Kill You (2004) is an uninspired and unfocused work.
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