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Followed by the closer, `Mysteries', a perfect and dark end to a perfectly dark work.
John Zorn is a musician of startling diversity and perhaps an even more startling batting average when it comes to the quality of his music.
"Leviathan" is a thick, complex hulk of death metal noise with Mike Patton's screaming sounding like an evil spirit being exorcised.
The macabre tone isn't sustained throughout but with IAO Zorn offers yet another peculiar lesson in sustained tension.Published on January 7, 2010 by IRate
IAO represents the fourth, final and most likely best entry into Zorn's stellar Music Romance series. Read morePublished on August 11, 2009 by Andrew M. Roberts
John Zorn is a musician of startling diversity and perhaps an even more startling batting average when it comes to the quality of his music. Read morePublished on August 3, 2005 by Michael Stack
Full Title: "IAO: Music in sacred light (which explains the title)
Honestly, listening to this album made me feel like i was sort of breaking into someone's house. Read more
I've got about 30 Zorn albums--this one is of the 'not too melodic' varieties, but definitely not listen-proof. Read morePublished on April 26, 2004 by Douglas S. Benson
this is a most excellent piece of work. tracks 1-3 are quite amazing (especially 3). track 4 isn't the greatest thing in the world (i have a feeling that may be the thing patton... Read morePublished on August 26, 2003 by patrick
Everything Zorn does is brilliant. This release is no exception. On IAO we are on a carriage ride through the world of Aleister Crowley as seen through the camera of Kenneth Anger. Read morePublished on June 11, 2002 by Sarah E. Burns
The percussion pieces are really outstanding and highly recommended. The thrash metal piece is effective but annoying. Read morePublished on June 7, 2002 by Cloud