Pan.Thy.Monium ‎- Khaooohs CD


A year after "Dawn Of Dreams" was released, Day DiSyraah and the rest of the band put another well-twisted release on. On "Khaooohs" the surprise is a bit smaller than on "Dawn...", but it doesn't change the fact that you can get lost in everything that is going on on this album. As I have already said in the debut review, the music of the Swanö brothers and other friends was (and still is) extremely unique and extraordinary in terms of death/doom - full of bizarre experiments and avant-garde solutions to which the vast majority would never be able to go, and at the same time making it a lot of fun to listen to. The Swedes offered "Khaooohs" to develop their ideas from their debut and at the same time they re-created an album with a huge stylistic momentum - falling into many unusual extremes. Except that everything is presented here so interestingly and far from the norms that even the more famous patents performed by them (and by the way, it strangely passes through my keyboard in the context of an avant-garde band) take nothing away from the genius of this music.