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MAUDISSEZ ‘Maudissez’

Jan 30, 2024 | Metal, Reviews

Devastating noise pollution from Paris

Maudissez (Curse)

From the rudimentary cover drawing of Notre Dame, to the waves of noise pollution inside, the reek of death and torture is all pervading on Maudissez’s self-titled debut.A genuinely disturbing experience, full of atmosphere, these four tracks transcend any strictures of sludge, punk, death and doom, to swamp the listener with a grotesque vision: from whispers arising out of the catacombs, to nightmarish cries of pain, there is a harnessing of multifarious elements of demonic sound. However, this isn’t a prophecy of annihilation, but more a focus on the atrocities of the Catholic Church; a legacy this group clearly have issue with. Much like the plague was considered to be a divine punishment, Maudissez have sent a sonic slice of devastating retribution to their foes.

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