To me, a majority of the Drone Doom that I've heard really captures the linear structure of a life that slowly deteriorates into emptiness and decay. Black Boned Angels albums generally are fantastic examples of this, right down to the repetitions that fill everyday life, played off on the simple riffs looped near ad neausem, interlaced with discomforting feedback and sonic chaos. Bliss and Void Inseparable is an hour long rendition of this structure, and within it, there are three main parts. The introduction deals with establishing the mood of the piece, short, distorts of bass ( I assume) run through, as does lines of increasing feedback, and then a choir (i think) makes a backing appearance. This goes for the first 16 minutes, before we are plunged into the centerfold, a continuous pounding rhythm that drones along for another half hour, joined by even more feedback, what I suspect is a violin in screech mode, and a cold piano that accompanies the rhythm. At about 47 minutes, the rhythm finally drops, the feedback, violin screeches and piano continue on, and as the piece reaches its slow, laborious conclusion, all but the feedback fades away. Really, you can't say much more about this piece. It's slow, heavy, somewhat hypnotizing in its design and repetitions, but that's all. I personally enjoy it on occasion. In the right environment, it really works well.