A sequel that’s faster, flashier and more bombastic than the original
Album Review: Blanck Mass - 'Blanck Mass'
Flattening any promise of progress
“Loosely themed around cerebral hypoxia” [suffocation – Plain Speaking Ed], the effect is appropriately claustrophobic, but with the naivety of an earnest, overlong student sci-fi film rather than the beguiling, subtle drama of Power’s cited influence, Morricone.
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