This is the final review of a recording from Aksu which continues their improv mixture of black/doom metal, drone, noise, dark ambient and free jazz with the album being called "The Way To Destroy And Create Things/Screenplay And Outline For Unexpected Space ' which was released by Paradigms Recordings.
The album starts out with drum beats which have a tribal feeling to them and after awhile doom metal style guitars are added into the music and after awhile drones are added into the music along with harsh noise sounds and saxophones which makes the music have a more brutal sound to it.
As the album continues the music gets more experimental and avant garde sounding as well as showing a great amount of growth from their live recordings and the guitars also bring in a blues feeling during certain sections of the recording and as time goes on by the synths bring in dark ambient and psychedelic sounds which also adds in a horror film soundtrack feeling to the recording.
When we get more into the album clean playing is brought into the music and adds a good amount of darkness to the recording while the music sticks to mostly a heavier direction along with a great amount of distortion and experimental/psychedelic effects.
With this album Aksu show a lot of growth and the music is even more heavier as well as having more structure this time around while still having an improv feeling and there is a good amount of variety on this recording from soft experimental sounds to heavy doom metal riffing.
Song lyrics are all absent from this recording with the music being all instrumental, while the production has a very strong, dark, powerful and heavy sound where you can hear all of the musical instruments that are present on this recording as well as some of the songs being very long and epic in length.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Aksu and if you are a fan of improv, experimental and heavy music, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Multiples" "Mantra 1.3" "The House That Burns Everyday" and "S- E". 8 out of 10.