This is a review of another compilation from Memory which shows the band sticking to a more experimental direction with the recording being self released in 2014 and called "An Archetype's Suffering".
Electronic and ethnic music sounds start off the album along with some powerful sounding bass and loops which leads up to some spoken word parts and experimental sounds and noises being added onto the recording and they also bring in a 13 minute long track which also shows some melodic and distorted guitar work.
Ambient elements are a huge part of the recording and after awhile acoustic guitars can be heard in certain sections of the recording which also leads up to the music becoming more psychedelic in sound and as the ep progresses you can hear some drones which also gives the music a more doom metal feeling.
On the 3rd track the music starts going into a more harsh noise direction which they also mix in with dark ambient and demonic vocals in the background which are close to black metal and the following track sees the band adding in more electric guitars which also mix in with the more experimental side of the bands music as the album progresses and the last song sees the band adding in a good amount of neo-folk elements.
Memory changes their style around a bit this time adding in more distorted guitars and metal influences while also remaining very experimental and avant garde sounding all at the same time, the production sounds very dark and raw and there are no lyrics with the music being mostly instrumental.
In my opinion this is another great sounding compilation from Memory and if you are a fan of experimental with elements of drone and metal, you should check out this recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Life Before Earth" and "River Of Sin". 8 out of 10.