England's quintet Hey Colossus packaged a
three-pronged guitar attack (Ian Scanlon, Bob Davies and James Parker)
into a hypnotic, funereal, loud, distorted fusion of doom-metal and
Neu-like "motorik" rhythm
mini-album Hates You (Jonson Family, 2004), containing the 18-minute
A Witch Is Born.
Post-rock dynamics matched the trancey quality of their sound on II (Jonson Family, 2005), creating an even stranger (but no less "heavy") hybrid.
Death-metal and white noise further destabilized
Project Death (Shifty, 2007), whose harsher moments bordered on
By the time of Happy Birthday (Riot Season, 2008), notably the 13-minute
Overlord Rapture In Vines Part 2, Hey Colossus had become as sophisticated, evil and complex as Khanate and Isis.
Eurogrumble Vol. 1 (Riot Season, 2010) was billed as a collaboration with
an imaginary Van Halen Time Capsule.
The exhilarating journey of
RRR (Riot Season, 2011) ranges from the
slow-motion devastation of The Drang to the
terrifying emotional crescendo of RRR.
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