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Bunkur-Nullify

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2009 album from Dutch drone/doom metal band Bunkur.
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A Quick Tip by RabidChihuahua

  • Jul 8, 2012
After releasing their 2004 album "Bludgeon," Bunkur returns five years later with another album of similar concept of the previous one called "Nullify."

"Nullify" is a 77 minute-long song, and while it largely continues with the quality of its predecessor, it does faulter a little for the fact that it sounds a little more repetitive and quiet.  However, it does redeem itself a bit for the fact that the vocals sound similar to that of Dutch death metal icon Martin van Drunen of Pestilence and Asphyx fame.  Anything that reminds me of van Drunen's totally sick death metal vocals surely scores points in my book.

Unlike "Bludgeon," you can get "Nullify" on CD or MP3 format on Amazon, and if you're craving some sick as hell drone/doom metal that'll creep you out, "Nullify" will be a worthy investment.
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