Low Cave Sounds are a solo project from France that plays dark ambient/drone and this is a review of his album "Voices In The Ground" which was released by Frozen Light Records.
Drones and field recordings start off the album and they have a great amount of diversity to them and after awhile atmospheric synths start becoming a huge part of the music and all of the songs are very long and epic in length and the music also brings in a touch of harsh noise which also makes the songs have more of a loud and heavy feeling.
Most of the songs are instrumental and after awhile the music starts adding in more elements of dark ambient along with an avant garde atmosphere and later tracks also bring in more voices that are in a grunting and primitive style along with some demonic chanting and they also add a touch of death and black metal to the recording when they are utilized.
Low Cave Sounds creates a very dark and ritualistic sounding ambient drone style with this recording that also mixes in a great amount of soundscapes and field recordings, the production sounds very dark and raw while the song themes cover deep caves under the Earth, where ghouls and necrophages dwell in darkness.
In my opinion Low Cave Sounds are a very great sounding ambient drone project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Bone Eater" "Stench Of Ghouls" "Witing Caves" and "Undercity Creatures". 8 out of 10.