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"Somewhere in the cavern between crushing doom and the arcane, cryptic electronica of Pan Sonic, Necro Deathmort's latest relese is a fertile breeding ground of dread and fathomless awe"

METAL HAMMER 8/10



"Whatever genre you might think they fit into, the fact remains that Necro Deathmort are just very good at making noises that sound nice together. The duo have a talent for creating soundscapes which are at once beautiful and terrifying, exhilarating and depressing. If you like your noise carefully crafted with an ambiguous doomy, gloomy narrative then EP2 is for you."

THE SLEEPING SHAMAN



"Combining dark, huge and crater-splitting beats with the more tar-thick elements of doom makes for a bleak chapter of their already fascinating story. What you can't escspe is the fact this should be soundtracking a space epic in which nothing happens, but might. Large panning shots of space debris and asteroid belts, you know the scene. The once two-dimensional view a lot of people have expressed before about ND's music being metallic through a dubstep prism is so far from the truth now you'd struggle to see it through the Hubble Telescope. No, the duo are now scoring films that are begging to be made, John Carpenter, Ridley Scott, you have the composers already ten steps ahead, if not cinema, then Mass Effect-esque video games are crying out for atmospheres as dark as this. Just breathtaking."

NINEHERTZ



"This is shit fucking hot. By now I'm thinking, "If you take all the garbage out of progressive rock, like the vocals, shit lyrics and needless pastoral interludes, shouldn't it be as filthy and pure as "EP2"? Yes, this is very good music and for these very good reasons; The people make it because they want and/or feel compelled to, it is free from artifice, courts no fashion, bends to no trend and sounds mag-fucking-nificent in headphones."

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released 06 October 2014

Written and produced by AJ Cookson & Matthew Rozeik.

Artwork by Thomas Neulinger

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