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At a frequency over a million billion times deeper than the limits of human hearing, this is the deepest note ever detected from an object in the Universe.
New research argues that geometric patterns in paleolithic paintings is evidence of their taste for hallucinogens
“The prevalence of certain geometric patterns in the symbolic material culture of many prehistoric cultures, starting shortly after the emergence of our biological species and continuing in some indigenous cultures until today, is explained in terms of the characteristic contents of biologically determined hallucinatory experience,” the researchers hypothesize.
“On the one hand, our powerful intellects come inexorably to the conclusion that we, like all other living things around us, must one day die. Yet on the other, the one thing that these minds cannot imagine is the very state of nonexistence; it is literally inconceivable. Death therefore presents itself as both inevitable and impossible.”
Vøid Wørship has no interest in being identified by genre or other arbitrary and contrived classification. It is the collective ambition of Vøid Wørship to be described in terms of emotional state and elicited response: Fear, Sadness, and Violence.
For a demo, this is an extremely promising start, and in all honestly a highly satisfying listening experience in its own right. The band have a fairly original sound, and although it seems like they may not have fully grown into it just yet, it’s already pretty impressive – these guys sound extremely confident considering these are the first four sonic rituals they’ve offered up to the world. It should be pretty interesting watching Vøid Wørship grow, and this release is well worth checking out..
Note: Clinging To the Trees of the Forest Fire is the band that should be credited with the creation of the term “funeral grind.”
Reviewed Vøid Wørship’s demo on CVLT Nation