IRM - _Oedipus Dethroned_
(Cold Meat Industry, 2000)
by: Adrian Bromley (5 out of 10)
Trying to decipher the visions of IRM is not as easy as one might assume, even when you know of the band's thirst for abstract soundscapes and haunting ambient numbers. As _Oedipus Dethroned_ unfolds, the sounds are rather subtle, no big guffaw of abrasive ideas thrown at our faces. As the disc continues on, the madness becomes a bit more apparent, as IRM begins to take up a frenzied glow of creativity, though I'll admit, I didn't really find it all too interesting. While IRM does create some solid surges of soundscapes and ambient passages, their music this time out goes on with one less supporter of their current drive.

(article published 13/3/2001)

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