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Taking a Sonic Youth approach but arriving at some dark place between Neurosis and Chelsea Wolfe, Dystopian Future Movies have crafted a unique combination of discordant layers, atmospheric swells and colossal heaviness.
Weaving lyrical catharsis with hypnotic vocal melodies, Irish-born Caroline Cawley uses an experimental guitar sound that expands to an emotive, dynamic, rollercoaster of beauty and chaos combining to create a firestorm of sound through collaboration with seasoned metal/prog drummer Bill Fisher, and new members Oisin O'Doherty on bass and Rafe Dunn on guitar.
DFM have delivered one of the most emotive and haunting rock/metal albums I have heard this year. 8/10
Frenchies Reviews (Read the review in full)
With the release of Time, they’ve risen to meet high expectations, bringing together a relentless and pounding set full of huge guitars and close-quarter rhythmic intricacies anchored around haunting vocals.
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Echoes and Dust (Read review in full)
If you’re prepared to lose yourself in it, Time is a sombre, moving record that yields many rewards and will probably stay with you for a very long time.
The Quietus (Read the review in full)