New York's Spaghetti Blacc has returned with a new recording which brings in a mixture of classic metal, rap, world and electronic music and this is a review of his 2019 album "Carnival of Redacted Sciences" which was released by Blacc Ski Weekend Industries.
Hip hop music sounds start off the album along with some rap style vocals a few seconds later. At times the music also gets very experimental and avant garde sounding along with some of the tracks being very long and epic in length. Female vocals can also be heard in certain sections of the recording.
Elements of ethnic and world music are also a very huge part of the songs that are presented on the recording. One track also introduces electronic music sounds and programmed beats into the music which also gives the songs a lot more variety and as the album progresses touches of ambient are also added into the music.
Most of the songs also sound very different from each other and when guitars are finally added into the music they bring in more metal influences. What makes this album different from previous releases is that the harsh noise elements are absent from the recording and some of the tracks are also instrumentals. The production sounds very dark while the lyrics cover philosophical, political and occult themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Spaghetti Blacc and if you are a fan of metal, rap, experimental, world and electronic music, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Location On" "Omega Unorthodox" "King Midas" and "Distant Solicitations Of Idolatry". 8 out of 10.