Snares of Sixes – Yeast Mother: An Electroacoustic Mass (2017)


With several bands rising from the ashes of Agalloch, today we have Jason William Walton’s Snares of Sixes debut EP release “Yeast Mother: An Electroacoustic Mass”. Featuring a wide array of invited guests like Don Anderson (Agalloch) and Andy Winter among others, this release is a truly unique musical experience that is both delirious and yet cohesive. Unleashing four extremely intricate tracks, this release will certainly grab your attention since the first minute.

Opening with the chaotic “Urine Hive”, we have a very atmospheric piece filled with crazy percussions and a very nightmarish theme that will send chills down your spine. Once settled into the band’s chaotic world, “Lions to Leeches” delivers another trippy piece filled with insane vocals and intoxicating percussions. The madness continues with our favorite “The Mother’s Throat”, a very nightmarish track with sick electronic elements and oddly awesome vocal work.

Closing the release with the cyber-punkish “Retroperistalsis”, we are left equally puzzled as we started this release, but with a big satisfactory grin on our faces. Snares of Sixes combines a lot of elements into very chaotic songs that work very well together to create a unique musical dimension. If you like experimental bands like older Maudlin of the Well, Forgotten Silence and Kayo Dot, this is definitely a release for you.

Band: Snares of Sixes Album: Yeast Mother: An Electroacoustic Mass

Label: Crucial Blast

Release: May 5th, 2017

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Genre: Avant-garde / Experimental

Country: USA

Rating: 86/100

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