Review :: Kingdom Shore – …and all the dogs to shark


Kingdom Shore eviscerates with tense, calculated string slashes. Ultra-violent. Tightly wound. Subtly disorienting. …and all the dogs to shark is a visceral listening experience; unrelenting sharp edges, protruding corners and just enough quiet. There is undoubtedly a sophisticated theoretical framework to analyze here, but that isn’t the point, this album hits you on altogether different level. This is violent music. This is the soundtrack to Saw 18. This is the soundtrack for your next UFC viewing party.

Kingdom Shore éviscère avec une série de coupures tendues et calculées. Ultra-violent. Étroitement enroulé. Subtilement désorientant. …and all the dogs to shark est une expérience d’écoute viscérale; d’impitoyables bords tranchants, des coins saillants et juste assez de silence. Il y a sans aucun doute un cadre théorique sophistiqué pour analyser ici, mais ce n’est pas le but, cet album vous frappe complètement à un tout autre niveau. Ces de la musique violent. C’est la piste sonore de Décadence 18 (Saw 18). C’est la piste sonore de votre prochaine fête de visionnement d’UFC.


Kingdom Shore – Stray Bullets Singing “It’s now what you say, but who you give it to”


Kingdom Shore – Fire knows no one house; fire knows no one woman or man




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2 thoughts on “Review :: Kingdom Shore – …and all the dogs to shark

  1. This album absolutely slays. Easily the most terrifying live band I’ve seen, but also strangely beautiful.

    Great people, and their live score to The Phantom of the Opera was profoundly unsettling. Hope it gets released some day.

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