Swirling moments of Floydian doom and an articulate grasp for creating wide-open atmospheres make "Voidwards" both enjoyable and unique.
"In The Locus Of Bone" sends chills down your spine with excess reverberations and haunting, whispered vocals that make for an intriguing atmosphere. Meanwhile, the rattling chains of "Co-il-lusion" creates a purely haunting feeling that segues well into a shimmering pool of ringing guitar tones and slinking, subdued bass lines.
Dolorian scores well for diversity and texture as "Voidwards" ebbs and flows between sonic dimensions. "The One Whose Name Has No End" is beautifully morose, while the compelling arrangement of "Epoch Of Cyclosure" takes on a heavier bent with growling guttural emanations and lumbering, thickly buzzing rhythm.
This record will be most appealing to doom fans, but the psychedelic elements employed during "Voidwards" are likely to draw in non-traditional listeners. An excellent album all around, you owe it to yourself to seek this one out.