Which is pretty cool. I always had a thing for weird languages especially those who are hard to learn or to pronounce. Mora Prokaza are clearly one of the most controversial bands at the moment. Different indeed but good. Everyone who will get into this album as much as I did will agree that the whole composition is pretty fucked up but in a good way. But there is one important thing which is missing and that could be the only downside of the album: bass guitar! Which is actually pretty important for me since I love hearing it at a high volume.
Some classical black metal riffs and experimental vodka shots which reminds me a bit of Igorrr and this is not bad at all. Now all hop on the pony to the goat farm! Wonderfully crazy! This does not necessarily mean that it will please everyone, but quite the contrary, will be hated by a very large number of elitists and this is not a problem. Not at all. They are not easy to listen to, but if you manage to enter their world, it is very likely that you will stay in it.
I thought of words like dilettantish or coquettish, such are the theatrical qualities, but both of these words suggest something trivial. Each sound plays on the senses in a very dark way. The drone in the background could be a horde of flies.
This is a world of crumbling buildings and suffering. That black drone is there. The vocalist rasps his poetry. A second voice chants a kind of chorus. It dies after a short grey instrumental piece. After the initial piece, the instrumentals are increasingly isolated and minimalist.
This seems appropriate, as the sound and atmosphere are just that: isolated and minimalist. Plenty is not a concept here. The deep drum beat is decidedly hip hop, or Trap as I am now learning it to be. The outlook is gloomy and morose, and the black metal underscore reinforces the lifelessness. Tick-tock goes the clock, but it seems more about hanging on. Representative of the others, it is a deathly drone march. The vocalist has more angst and the merciless black metal accompaniment has more prominence.
There used to be a label called Music for Pleasure. This is the opposite. Mora Prokaza have injected a number of styles, and have created a psychologically disturbing and vivid urban sounsdscape. I might even advocate listening to it for pleasure. I really switched to metal when I first heard Dimmu Borgir. The ambience intrigued me, and through magazines and concerts I discovered new territory in the late 90s.
For preference I now listen to black metal, heavy progressive music, Scandinavian-style melodic metal and any style which has an edge, or is downright unusual or bizarre.
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Mora Prokaza. likes · 2 talking about this. Mora Prokaza is a Black Metal duet from Minsk, Belarus. moraprokaza. Follow. Mora Prokaza. △Official Instagram page. Handmade Merch - @wenomwear. Artist /Farmer/Nature lover. All Official Videos. The band with the cunning name MORA PROKAZA was formed back in by Farmakon (guitars, vocals) and Isvind (drums). Both musicians have a long-term experience.