Extremely bleak, harsh and unforgiving Doom Metal is what Bosque and Senthil offer, each in their own specific way. Expect no polished production or tight musicianship here, just a nihilistic outburst of emotion.
Portugal’s Bosque start the proceedings with their unique brand of despondent Funeral Doom, consisting of sporadic drumming, growling guitars, forlorn acoustics and screaming vocals. The latter half of the split is supplemented by the US’s Senthil, a horrid torturous racket consisting of buzzing guitars and clanging drums, with hair-tearing howls punctuating Senthil’s demented soundscape. Where Bosque explore feelings of isolation, Senthil offer pure insanity.
Quite simply only for the deranged.2006 — Pale Horse Recordings