Dancing Deadlips are a musical project from Poland that plays a mixture of dark ambient, soundscapes and industrial with some elements of post punk and metal and this is a review of his self released 2014 album "Song Of The Flight".
Field recordings and melodic vocals start off the album along with some avant garde soundscapes in the back ground and elements of noise music and after the prologue the music starts going for more of and experimental and dark ambient direction and the whispers and spoken word parts also gives the music more of a ritualistic feeling.
A couple of the tracks are very long and epic in length and drones can also be heard in certain sections of the recording along with some nature sounds and some of the tracks also bring in electric guitar leads which are very melodic and gives the music more of a metal influence along with some guitar noises and other musical instruments being added on other tracks and as the album progresses the music starts getting more tribal along with some elements of post punk.
Dancing Deadlips plays a style of dark ambient that is very ritualistic, and avant garde sounding while also mixing in elements of industrial, post punk, and metal to create her own sound, the production sounds very dark and powerful while the lyrics are based on the writings of Nezahualcoytl.
In my opinion Dancing Deadlips are a very dark sounding mixture of dark ambient, soundscape and industrial and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this musical project. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Desolate, Abandoned" "In Vain I Was Born" and "Tribute To The Author". 8 out of 10.