Missouri's 1 man band Jute Gyte has returned with a new recording that continues his experimental approach to black metal and this is a review of his 2014 album "Ressentiment" which was released by Jeshimoth Entertainment.
A very fast and raw black metal sound starts off the album along with blast beats and grim vocals as well as the guitars having more of a weird approach to this genre and a few seconds later distorted guitar leads are added into the music and after awhile the music starts incorporating more avant garde and experimental elements as well as adding in some influences from industrial and ambient.
All of the musical instruments on the recording have a very powerful sound to them along with all of the tracks being very long and epic in length and there is also a good mixture of clean and heavy parts with the cleaner sections bringing in a very progressive approach to the music with more of a tripped out approach and you can also hear elements of noise in the music at times and the heavier parts also bring in a good mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts.
One one of the tracks you can hear some doom metal being added into the guitar riffing while the main focus remains more on an experimental black metal sound which also has a microtonal feeling along with a great amount of polyrhythm's and as the album progresses the elements of black metal start bringing in a more approach while the music also remains progressive and experimental at the same time.
Jute Gyte creates another very original and experimental black metal recording with this new album as well as showing a great amount of progress with the music and this recording sounds a lot more different than anything he has released in the past, the production has a very powerful sound while the lyrics cover mortality, philosophy, nature and war.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Jute Gyte and if you are a fan of this project, you should enjoy this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Central Fires of Secret Memory" and "The Grey King". 8 out of 10.