In a crowded field of noise wall, ambient and drone, it is always refreshing to hear a release with a concise conceptual narrative and the execution to carry out the theme. Left Hand of God is just that - a religious and esoteric inspired endeavor, Per Najbjerg Odderskov's project is a soundtrack to a medieval realm of worship and chaos. Mainly working within the ideas of Heaven and Hell, the sound is inspired by early Non, Ain Soph and later noise wall acts like Anonymous Masturbaudioum, Dosis Letalis and Dogs of Yama. Castigo is a two track release with long form compositions that delve deep into the hearts of good and evil.
Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisicion feels like a score to a brvtal trial where wrongdoers are being sentenced to death. If track one is the trial, then track two is the sentencing where the atmosphere shifts to an apocalyptic end to all of our suffering. We can look forward to a split cassette with Serbia's Dosis Letalis out soon on Craneal Fracture records. Per Najbejerg Odderskov is also a frequent contributor to The Brvtalist and has other great projects such as Lidane Livering and Destruktionsanstalt. For more, visit Soundcloud.