FREERMASONRY (PROFOUND LORE)
Canada's most notorious and most alien extreme musical act WOLD (who have somewhat recently been admired by confessed fans such as Bjork and Matthew Barney) have returned with their most aesthetically powerful release to date.
Entitled Freermasonry, the new album from the weird, bizarre, and mysterious enigma that hail from the vast desolate prairies of the Canadian wasteland is the bands most aesthetically powerful to date.
Like a raging powerful blizzard that envelopes nothing but darkness and death, the harsh sounds of psychotic hypnosis emanating from Freermasonry are almost akin to a haunting alien presence thats slowly waiting to reveal its true nature upon the feeble mortal coil.
Lyrically, Freermasonry presents WOLDs deepest and most-thought provoking prose yet; an intriguing and in depth look into WOLD dictator Fortress Crookedjaws thesis on religious metaphor and the occult leanings of the S.O.L.
Always polarizing, yet always intriguing, Freermasonry is the observation where WOLD take no prisoners and could very well be the most uncompromising WOLD release to date.
Freermasonry marks WOLDs fifth chapter in working with Profound Lore Records, the most releases by Profound Lore Records for any single band in the history of the label.
WOLD have recently caught the attention of admitted fans such as Bjork and renowned modern-day artist Matthew Barney, in which WOLD have actually collaborated with in the bands only live appearance that occurred on Long Island last summer.
Aesthetically, Freermasonry is WOLDs most aesthetically powerful offering to date and will signal the Canadian enigma as the most unique and bizarre extreme music enigma of our time, whether it be in black metal or noise/experimental.
Freermasonry is an album not for the weak at heart, or mind