duo Ride For Revenge quickly transitioned from the
bullets of King Of Snakes (Bestial Burst, 2007)
to the the longer and crazier jams of
Wisdom Of The Few (2009) to the electronic nightmares of
Under The Eye (Bestial Burst, 2011).
Will Over Matter, the solo project of Ride For Revenge's
Sami Kettunen, who in that band went by the moniker Harald Mentor,
devoted his debute 9 To The Moon (Bestial Burst, 2009)
Will Over Matter's double-disc
Might Of The Planet Eater (Bestial Burst, 2010)
contained several juggernauts of white noise blending the aesthetics of
Throbbing Gristle's industrial music and
Pan Sonic's glitch music.
The 20-minute Bound By The Darkest Glory unleashes a colossal
modulated quasi-melodic glissando
like a superhuman Jimi Hendrix solo.
The 24-minute Stone Cold Heart ups the ante with a ferocious electronic
tone creating a haunting, claustrophobic atmosphere.
The 17-minute carpet bombing of electronic dissonances Pimeyden Ytimesta
and the 19-minute pulsing industrial magma of The Gateway sound like
templates for different albums.
The shorter compositions too run the gamut from
the android black-metal wardance Read The Signs
the skeletal dub blues litany Superficial Solutions Collapse,
the distorted frenzied musique concrete of Hunt Down The Prey
to the slow spectral kammerspiel of Led By Instincts Alone.
Will Over Matter's
Lust For Knowledge (Freak Animal, 2011) still contained the
12-minute The Enemy Collector but the impact was not comparable with
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