Long-running UK doom/death band INDESINENCE have always been one of the premiere UK doom/death metal bands over the near-15 years since their inception. Not since the very early days of the “Peaceville Three” (aka Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride, and Anathema) has a doom/death metal band in the UK created music with such quality and class as INDESINENCE have.
INDESINENCE might have not been the most prolific of bands out of the metal scene in the UK in terms of releases, with “III” being only their third full-length album as its title refers to, but the band have always formed their own niche within the scene in which they are highly regarded within amongst their peers and have always stood on their own ground apart from what everyone else in the underground UK metal scene was doing. “III”, following the massive “Vessels Of Light And Decay”, overall is the best INDESINENCE album to date, heavier, more crushing, more atmospheric and ambient than anything the band have done with their previous two albums, “III” (which features a guest appearance by Robert Roth of Seattle cult rock legends Truly as well as a cover of The Third Bardo’s “I’m Five Years Ahead (Of My Time)” is also the most varied, diverse, and dynamic INDESINENCE album yet.
Depending on who you are, this will either sound like a mess or an intriguing clash of sounds. Marston's mix sells these sounds like no other... oh and 4 of the tracks are the same length. I don't think that adds anything to the album, but it makes me happy! To this day, I catch myself humming "Idols" for no reason. progdolphin