This is a review of a split album between Bulgaria's We All Die (Laughing) and France's Mathieu Drouet called "Tentoonsteeling" which was released by Kaotoxin Records in 2014 and we will start off the review with We All Die (Laughing) a band that has been featured before in this zine and played a very progressive and depressive form of black/doom metal on their album but go for more of a soundtrack feeling on this recording.
Dark sounding synths start off their side of the split giving the music an avant garde feeling and a few seconds later melodic guitar leads start to kick in along with some bass guitars and psychedelic elements and on this track they take out all of the vocals and heavier parts that where part of their full length and create an instrumental piece that is based on their debut album's single track "Thoughtscan's main theme and the song is close to 14 minutes in length.
Next up is Mathieu Drouet an experimental artist.
Power electronic noises start off his side of the split giving the music and avant garde and experimental feeling and the song is 10 minutes in length and is intended to be a rendition of his photography and you can also hear a bit of ambient in his music with his side being an all instrumental piece
In my opinion this is a very great sounding split and id you are a fan of We All Die (Laughing) and experimental music, you should add this album to your collection. 8 out of 10.