This is a review of another recording from Circle Of Unexisted which shows the music going into more of an experimental post black metal direction with the album being called "Kettery" and was released by Wraith Productions.
Electronic sounds along with bass guitars start off the album giving the music more of an experimental rock and avant garde feeling and the music also brings in elements of industrial and spoken word parts and after awhile traces of harsh noise and power electronics can be heard and after awhile deep yet aggressive vocals are added onto the recording.
Some of the tracks are very long and epic in length and some songs also bring in a small amount of clean guitars while also mixing in distorted yet melodic leads and the clean singing vocals bring in elements of goth and neo folk and after awhile drums and high pitched black metal screams make their presence known in the music.
At times the guitars bring in heavy industrial metal style riffing while later tracks bring in elements of death rock and post punk and every track sounds very different from each other and once of the songs also bring in melodic chanting while every song also sticks to either a slow or mid paced musical direction while only speeding up briefly and bringing in blast beats and tremolo picking that also gives the music more of a raw feeling.
On this recording Circle Of Unexisted get very experimental and mix in industrial, black metal, harsh noise and avant garde music to create something that cant not be labeled, the production sounds very dark, raw yet heavy at the same time while the songs titles are written in Afrikaans and the lyrics cover dark, political, esoteric and anti religion themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Circle Of Unexisted and if you are a fan of experimental, industrial, or post black metal, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Die Essensie Van Die Skepper" "Die Voorhangsel" and "Exodus Van Materie". 8 out of 10.