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Album Review: Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back by Uniform
Excellent, Based on 2 Critics
AllMusic - 80 Based on rating 8/10
The first collaboration between Uniform and the Body, 2018's Mental Wounds Not Healing was so successful (and so brief, at 27 minutes) that it seemed inevitable that the two duos would team up again before long. Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back appeared a year later, and the release is just as powerful and boundary-crushing as its predecessor. Michael Berdan's punkish snarl and Chip King's demented shrieking perfectly complement each other as the four musicians construct a flaming junkyard heap of distorted rhythms and deconstructed riffs, all expressing deep nihilism and disgust for humanity.
Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back by Uniform & The Body The Body continues its musical transformation from minimalist doom metal to maximalist power electronics on Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back, the band's second collaboration with industrial noiseniks Uniform. It's a terrific record, by turns punishing and seductive, frightening and delightful. Its first two tracks, "Gallows in Heaven" and "Not Good Enough," both begin with several minutes of thudding percussion, dissonant hiss and the massive, gritty bass of a trap mixtape, c.