Four songs of painful sludge, pummeling doom, and destructive waves of noises greet the listener to the world of Body Void and their debut album "Ruins". The Bay area trio, coming from a land that heavy, dark, and noisy music is birthed, was formed in 2014 after after a series of demos, has graced the world with their unique styling of depressive noise and massive riffs to a dedicated listener. The band plays a similar style of sludge/doom like their fellow labelmates in Keeper and Primitive Man, or bands like Thou and Khanate. With lyrical themes as "death, gender identity, depression, suicide ideation, dreams, and, of course, space," the band's music weights down on you like a cinderblock tied to your feet, as you sink below the depths to a certain death.
Recorded and mixed by Greg Wilkinson at Earhammer Studios and mastered by our long-standing ally Brad Boatright at Audiosiege. Artwork by Muhamad Ikbal Arifin. Digital download included.