This is a review of Aksu's third live installment which continues their improv mixture of black/doom metal, drone, noise, dark ambient and free jazz with the ep being self released in 2011 and called "XXVII/II/X/XI Act III".
The ep starts out with amp sounds and drones along with drums which leads up to guitars and drum solos and after awhile doom metal elements are brought into the recording along with a small amount of melody before bringing in harsh noise effects and they experiment a good amount with this improv jam and towards the end there are some brutal blast beats coming out of the drums.
Song lyrics are absent from this recording with all of the music being instrumental, while the production it has a dark, raw, heavy and live feeling to it with the improv session being more than 20 minutes in length.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Aksu and if you are a fan of heavy, experimental improv music, you should check out this recording. 8 out of 10.
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