Dod Beverte is a solo project from Colorado Springs, Colorado that has been featured before in this zine and plays a mixture of harsh noise, power electronics, death industrial and experimental and this is a review of his self released 2018 album "Polarination" which will be released in May.
Clean guitars along with some avant garde elements start off the album along with the music also getting very experimental at times while bass guitar riffs are also used at times as well as some drum beats in the background and spoken word parts are also used on some of the songs.
A great amount of industrial elements can be heard quite a bit throughout the recording while some tracks bring in touches of power electronics and harsh noise along with a great portion of the songs being short in length and also sounding very different from each other.as well as some clean guitars returning on a regular track and the last 2 songs is very long and epic in length.
On this recording Dod Beverte goes into more of an experimental direction while some elements of noise and industrial can still be heard at times along with the music also using a bass guitar as a lead instruments, the production sounds very dark while the song themes focus on political issues.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Dod Beverte and if you are a fan of experimental, industrial and noise, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Polarination" "Straight Outta The Cold War" "Holding Onto The pieces" and "Nuclear Wasteland". 8 out of 10.