Burning Door represents a new blitzkrieg in the HISSING unit’s war against music. Falling in line with what has become a tradition of alternating metal and experimental releases from HISSING, it is the end result of a season’s worth of improvised recordings designed to unravel the fabric of orthodoxy and musical decency. Inspired by Abruptum, SPK, and Godflesh, and featuring guest contributions by Ted Byrnes, Joy Von Spain, and Spencer Hazard. Those who enjoyed the Sutekh Hexen split 12” and the band’s limited cassette noise releases will find Burning Door much to their delight.
Been waiting a few to buy this album. Really glad I did. There is a lot of good shit on this record. Personally, there are moments of Gorguts on this bad boy for me. But there is also lots of noise alongside some incredibly pinpointed and dialed drum and guitar(s) work. The vocals are on point as well. Honestly, just buy this. You won’t be disappointed. JDMP
While the songwriting of Providence is a clear step up from Cosmovore, it still feels lacking. Maybe by black metal standards this is really good, but BM in general is just very bland with pretty mediocre writing, in my opinion. Camel