7 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a clutch of releases emphasizing different aspects of their pluralistic approach, The Direction of Last Things sees Intronaut lending equal weight to their many interests: Each song is an intricately balanced exchange between metalcore intensity, interstellar overdrive, and precision-guided post-metal. Commanding opener “Fast Worms” mutates from roaring riff-work to jazzy interplay, and the equally epic “The Unlikely Event of a Water Landing” gradually sinks into oceanic guitar shimmer and fretless bass. “The Pleasant Surprise,” the most propulsive cut, serves as an enthralling showcase for Danny Walker’s superhuman drums.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a clutch of releases emphasizing different aspects of their pluralistic approach, The Direction of Last Things sees Intronaut lending equal weight to their many interests: Each song is an intricately balanced exchange between metalcore intensity, interstellar overdrive, and precision-guided post-metal. Commanding opener “Fast Worms” mutates from roaring riff-work to jazzy interplay, and the equally epic “The Unlikely Event of a Water Landing” gradually sinks into oceanic guitar shimmer and fretless bass. “The Pleasant Surprise,” the most propulsive cut, serves as an enthralling showcase for Danny Walker’s superhuman drums.

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