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Null EP

4.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Sores Will Weep
  2. Fragments of Character
  3. They (As in Them)
  4. Burning These Days


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 28, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Goodfellow Records
  • ASIN: B000CSULJK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #246,048 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I just saw these guys last night opening for Isis and I was blown away, so much so that I purchased "Null" right then and there, which I never do. After my ears still bleeding from a three band, four hour Doom-Drone fest in a smaller sized venue till 2 am, I popped in this CD on the way to work at 7 am, and was itching to see them again! I had to play it twice on the way! Brutal and beautiful, intelligent and somber, however almost violent with technical cacophony orchestrated by these guys. It didn't surprise me today that the members had prior metal bands. This is not Death or Black or Grindcore, but all of those tastes are somewhere incorporated in these passages, including that ambient feel. The only thing I wish is that this EP, which is more than worth it's weight to purchase, emphasized the Bass and the Guitarists experimentations like their live show captured. I must have, and see them live while your at it as well. Highly recommended. I'll buy their other release today, I promise.
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For a debut release, "Null" is a hell of an accomplishment for Intronaut. It makes a statement about what the band hope to accomplish on future releases while simultaneously drawing the listener into a world where the standard rules of metal simply don't apply. And all this in only 4 songs (the first track is a short intro).

For my tastes, the first two songs are by far the strongest, but every thing here is interesting and entertaining. "Sores Will Weep" starts off with a very Converge-esque feel to it and doesn't let up, although the mood of the song definitely changes midway through, turning into bludgeoning death-metal. "Fragments Of Character" is my absolute favorite track, and what a spot-on song title! This song will no doubt draw some comparisons to the current crop of doom-metal bands like Isis and Neurosis and maybe even some of Justin Broadrick's work (Jesu and Godflesh). Sadly, those comparisons will sell this song (and the innovative promise of the band as a whole) short. The track starts out in a fairly standard, albeit strikingly heavy, way that will keep you listening long enough for them to build some steam and get you comfortable before they yank the rug out from under your feet. The first short breakdown hits with an off-time, very original choppy riff executed with razors-edge precision. Now that they have your attention, they're not going to let it go and they procede to drop into one of the heaviest death metal parts I've ever heard. Right as the audience gets comfortable with that, it falls away into a slightly spacey softer section that sees the band infusing a beautiful melody into the cacophony, but not in a cheesy or heavy-handed way. From there the song builds back to its original starting riff and then ends abruptly. Fragments of character indeed!
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Intronaut, a relatively new example of the slew of "post-rock" bands flooding the music scene these days, is also an example of how to do it right. Taking a page from the playbook of their contemporaries, Intronaut are similiar in many ways to such bands as Isis, Pelican, and The Cult Of Luna. Heavy, doomy rock and metal riffs are juxtaposed with eerie and hypnotic atmospherics and experimental soundscapes and textures...

Intronaut, however, offer just the right mix of these elements, and it all seems well thought out and executed....I actually enjoyed this disc much more than the recent Isis release, whcih seemed rather meandering and simply kind of boring to me, whereas Intronaut's "Null" is in a very similiar style (some would say they are a blatant Isis rip-off) but manages to hold and maintain the listener's attention with interesting dynamics and pulsing, organic riffs and arrangements. Cool stuff; the nearly unintelligible death-metal style vocals my not be to everyone's taste, and it is an EP, so it seems a bit on the short side, but highly recommended despite these minor flaws.
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The only problem is the intro. It is not gripping or unique in any sense, and I actually think they could have had a great one, which is why it peeved me.

Other than that, the music is completely original. A combination of all types of metal today, from death to hardcore, yet retains a quality of intelligence that most of the genre's they represent just plain lack.

The structure of the songs, and rythyms, are on par with Led Zeppelin's intricate abilities.

Let's just say I can't wait for the full lenght album to come out. Void will be even more amazing.
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