This Mexican group plays a very mind numbing and emotionally crushing mixture of doom, drone and sludge metal, which is sonically very, very devastating.
The music featured on this eight track CD is aurally punishing with its down tuned guitar rhythms, which are blisteringly apocalyptic, bringing to mind visions of our world’s sudden demise through nuclear annihilation.
Some of the killer influences to take note here come from Winter, Sour Vein, the chaotic ambience of Napalm Death and even hints of the now defunct Australian doom/death band Disembowelment.
A Dreamy acoustical interlude sets the dramatic plot for the song “Fuegos Fatuos”, which then leads the listener into the last track on the album, “Abismo”, with its almost eight minute length takes the listener on a dreadful journey into complete despair. Now, this is what I would call melancholic, chaotic sounds of drone and sludge pervading every thought unleashed from the human mind. The mesmerizing musicianship and sludge, drone doom metal passages here have enough power to hypnotize your subconscious mind in a negative way.
This song gives feelings of, as if someone has tapped into your inner mind and has started controlling all of your thought patterns for a miserable end.
Honestly, I got into Teorema’s earth shattering music with ease and very much enjoyed it, but keep in mind, this style of doom and sludge metal is not for the faint of heart, as the music found on this album will mentally and physically torment you in profound ways never imagined. Via Nocturna Sarjoo Devani