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Album Review

Released without warning or hype in January of 2006, Intronaut's debut EP, Null, helped get the year started on the right foot, and instantly nominated the brand new group for the exalted office of Extreme Progressive Metal Ministers, only recently vacated by Atlanta's increasingly mainstream-embracing Mastodon. With their full-length follow-up of barely six months later, the logically named Void, Intronaut arguably consolidated their candidacy with seven new tracks of equal, if not greater compositional merit than what had come before — although their debt to Mastodon's early works, as well as predecessors like Today Is the Day and Lethargy, remained not only obvious but, some may argue, overpowering. In any event, notable Void offerings like "Gleamer," "Nostalgic Echo," and "Rise to Midden" proved almost as demanding, yet rewarding, to digest, as they no doubt were for Intronaut to conceive and perform: positively head-spinning in their technicality and improbably heavy, to boot. But, as was the case with that promising EP, these challenging songs frequently reveal moments of astonishing calm and even beauty amid their semi-intelligible, grunted vocals and Byzantine arrangements; including the swathes of atmospheric "intro(naut)spection" found within the continent-shifting riff tectonics of "Fault Lines" and "Iceblocks," and the jazzy breakdowns interspersed among the metallic hyperactivity of "Teledildonics" and "A Monolithic Vulgarity." All of which contribute to Intronaut's, thus far, very strong and consistent musical platform for office, leaving only the verdict of those voters or listeners who might turn up at the polls, and there's no reason why shouldn't show up en mass.


Formed: 2004 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

First conceived in 2004, Los Angeles, California's Intronaut started out as a friendly but loose side project concocted between Anubis Rising vocalist/guitarist Sacha Dunable and then-Uphill Battle drummer Danny Walker (also ex-Exhumed). When their songwriting started to bear impressive fruit -- based upon the aggressive and progressive new sound made popular by Mastodon and, to a lesser degree, their own groups -- the duo called in fellow Exhumed guitarist/vocalist Leon del Muerte and bassist Joe...
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Void, Intronaut
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  • £4.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 17 November 2006

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