Snares Of Sixes are a solo project from Oregon that plays an experimental form of metal and this is a review of their 2017 ep "Yeastmother: An Electroacoustic Mass" which will be released in May by Crucial Blast.
Distorted drones start off the ep along with some touches of harsh noise and after awhile programmed drum b eats, atmospheric synths and industrial elements are added onto the recording as well as some grim black metal screams while the guitars give the songs more of a heavier sound.
At times the music can get very technical along with a couple of tracks being long and epic in length and when guitar leads are utilized they are done in a very melodic fashion along with the music also mixing in a great amount of progressive, experimental and avant garde elements and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and spoken word parts can also be heard in certain sections of the recording and one later tracks melodic riffs and clean singing can also be heard briefly.
Snares Of Sixes plays a musical style that takes experimental, avant garde and touches of black metal to create something very original, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover dark themes.
In my opinion Snares Of Sixes are a very great sounding avant garde and experimental metal solo project and if you are looking for something different, you should check out this ep. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Urine Have" and "The Mother's Throat". 8 out of 10.