BARRIÄR is the manifestation of a depressive episode: the cycle of thoughts that show no remorse or any indication of stopping. Ruthlessly destroying whatever is left of your self.
This is MÖRKERSEENDE's first full-length album since the self-titled debut EP two years ago. Six tracks of heavy drones and unforgiving noise.
Review in Vital Weekly #1158:
Not the kind that is one wall of sound, but one that is loud, surely, with piercing feedback tones, but one that is also detailed. The bottom end is massive but so is the high end, with feedback and synthesizers almost stuck in a single sound, but there is still life in those rusty knobs, so minor changes are allowed.
There might be loops, there might processed radio sounds, something of a rhythm in 'Avstånd' and then just as well a bunch of synths and nothing much else; hell, one is enough.
Mörkerseende offers with in the limitations the equipment has, and within the boundaries he/she/they have for themselves as a 'genre' actually quite a bit of variation. Perhaps this was all part of the therapy? It worked out rather well I think. (FdW)