Moris Blak returns from his debut EP Dead Summer, and continues his reign in violently austere bass music. It's the precision of BPM sequenced dance fused with the bleak, grimy aesthetic philosophy of industrial, the roaring crunch and corrosive sharpness, all pumped through a synthetic heart of flickering neon and ash.
At The End of Exile marks a harsher, oppressive turn for Moris Blak, embracing methodical, crushing rhythms and an aura of distant mechanical malice. It's hard, cold music for an unforgiving world, and you will not escape its grip undamaged. From it's malefic title track, to the cruel sonic vortexes of Cataclysm and Fentanyl Hex, At The End Of Exile will pull you deeper into Moris Blak's unique vision of rhythmic decimation.
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The title track is an epic dark electronic excursion that perfectly wraps this album up. The whole album is excellent, but the title track and The Violence (feat. Slighter) are the two standout tracks.
While I enjoyed the other two EPs, they seemed unfinished and made me want more (especially Dead Summer that ended rather abruptly). This is a complete work of art. rotnoxnatl
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This album captures the true essence of industrial bass for me. I feel as if I'm being taken on a journey that I can never get tired of. I'm a huge fan of ESA's music overall, but this album is definitely my favorite. NobleNova