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  • Audio CD (January 21, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MRI
  • ASIN: B00GV8B06S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,119 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Don't listen to it while you're drinking rye, though, my boyfriend came outside and found me chasing the dog around by rolling around on the concrete and I got my yoga pants super dirty
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Listening to this record makes me feel like I've been poisoned. The feelings of revulsion, horror and hopelessness being broadcast by this band are awful in their vividness.

I would categorize this piece of work as more of a terminal malignancy than an album.

Five Stars.
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This is some very good heavy music. The vocals, guitar and both parts of the rhythm section all mix well. I purchase a lot from Relapse Records and this band stands apart from all of the bands on Relapse. Simply put, if you like well crafted heavy music with a different kind of vocalist, then this is the band for you. Listen to the samples. They picked the best sections from these songs to give you a good idea of what surprises this record has to offer. If you like what you hear, then you will like this album.
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Indian don't like you. They don't like your family, they don't like your ideas, and they hate your horrible, ugly existence. They may also hate themselves. Why else would they play the sadomasochistic music they play? This should be the soundtrack to torture Guantanamo Bay inmates with, as it is absolutely punishing. Little to no space on this album is designed to be happy and the anger is palpable. While the band name implies a doom or retro band, the actual implication is one much more of a good sharp scalping, followed by ceremonial sacrifice, then cannibalism. This is a sickening sludgey death-doom album with tons of noise and feedback, that drips hatred like poison out of hollow snake fangs.
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Much like their fellow Illinois-bred extremists Lair Of The Minotaur, Indian a ferocious, beastly amalgam of most things heavy. They are rooted in Eyehategod/Sleep/The Melvins-inspired sludge metal, but do not stop there, as they filter in a lot of noisecore (a la Unsane, Botch, and Converge) elements, and also have more than a few leanings towards the doom metal genre. And as if that didn't make them extreme enough, they also filter in some progressive metal elements. With that said, though, make sure to note that their songs are only progressive in terms of epic and unorthodox song structures -- because speaking from a sound-wise perspective, they are maybe ten times more brutal, dissonant, and less melodic and tuneful than you are used to hearing from the progressive music world. Next up, there are a few faint Discharge/Black Flag-styled hardcore punk and Cradle Of Filth/Darkthrone-like black metal tinges present in these arrangements. And finally, like some Nineties sludge metallists (i.e. EHG, Acid Bath, Soilent Green, etc.), and new millennium groups (Mastodon, Gojira, Withered, et al.) do, Indian also adopt a harsh, ear-pinning-back approach when it comes to vocals. (They are so atonal and amelodic that they actually have much more in common with the grindcore genre than anything.)

But just so we are clear: This is first and foremost a sludge metal band. Their fourth full-length, 2014's full-length, "From All Purity," just differs from most of the works put out by, say, the Crowbars, Downs, and The Swords of the world because it is essentially almost devoid of individually memorable riffs. But note that this reviewer said "devoid" and not "lacking" or "missing," because Indian's style of repeatedly churning out searing, droning, wall-of-sound guitar noise is not without its charm.
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