Mercurial Rites. Musically, however, Public Housing have a much larger sound, soaking the background sound in constant feedback and squeals. While this full sound is quite opposite of much of Mercurial Rites, overall the underlying feeling of both albums is quite similar. Dread.
Another album from last year that begs comparison to Public Housing is Dreamdecay's N V N V N V. From a songwriting standpoint both albums focus on a slower, drawn out presentation. Moreover, the vocalists sound quite similar and sing in a very similar manner.
Over the course of its four tracks, Public Housing manages to become quite a daunting listen. Side B starts with "Caskets", a track who stays straight noise until over a minute-and-a-half. Even then, noise music is still probably the best classification of the sound on this entire track.
There is a good chance this isn't for you. But if you are a fan of noise music, like some of the artists mentioned in this review, or are feeling a little adventurous, give it a try.
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