iMMANENT.dOMAIN are a musical project from New York that plays a mixture of hip hop, black metal, dark ambient, harsh noise, drone, electronica and industrial and this is a review of their 2017 album "Persona Non Grata" which was released by Black Sky Weekend Industries.
Hip hop vocals and rapping start off the album along with some drones being utilized in the background as w ell as a small amount of nature sounds and after awhile synths, programmed beats and turntable scratching are added onto the recording and elements of dark ambient are also used at times.
A lot of the music brings in a more experimental approach to hip hop while some of the tracks are very long and epic in length and as the album progresses elements of harsh noise and death industrial are added onto the recording along with a small amount of black metal screams and one track also brings in more of a tribal and ritualistic style.
Heavy guitar riffs are also used at times along with a brief use of female vocals and some tracks also add in touches of synth pop and techno and a later track adds in some noisecore and power violence traces while a great portion of the tracks are also all instrumental and you can also hear a great amount of diversity throughout the recording.
iMMANENT.dOMAIN plays a musical style that mostly closer to hip hop while also mixing in elements of black metal, dark ambient, harsh noise, drone, electronica and industrial to create something original, the production sounds very dark while the lyrics cover Occultism, Darkness, Philosophical and Violent themes.
In my opinion iMMANENT.dOMAIN are a very great sounding mixture of hip hop, black metal, dark ambient, harsh noise, drone, electronica and industrial and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Open Sorcerer" "They're Marching On My Last Nerve" "Legendary prisoner" and "Genie Buss". 8 out of 10.