With "The Fall Of All Things" the Doom veterans Dust from Bielefeld hit us with their fourth album and tear everything down without any compromises. Their ultra-heavy mixture of doom, metal, sludge and rock with lots of corners and edges wafts out of the speakers in the form of five overlong songs. The production captures the irrepressible energy and the earthy sound of the foursome gives the listener a pasting with the power of a live show so vehemently, that you're immediately up for a secret basement show where the plaster crumbles from the ceiling. This bastard from Sludge and Stoner rolls angrily over you and announces the end of all being. Even after 20 years Dust are a guarantor for infinite heavyness, downright the epitome of heavyness. The vinyl version of the album is correspondingly heavy, with special details such as bronze foil printing on the thick cardboard cover, the 180g vinyl completes the package.
1.1 Shattered Existence 1.2 Cloak of Silence 1.3 Undying Ember 1.4 To Bear Misery 1.5 The Fall of All Things