As with the previous release (9), this album follows the same idea of continuity and conceptual work in terms of composition and presentation of the music as a type of symbiotic relationship between the movements.
The album is meant to be played without pauses in between tracks but as one continuous flow of the 4 movements
Voice on the "Movement 1 (Light Wave)" by Goce Kantar.
By reflecting these dangerous environments, fydhws seems to have pushed himself to extremes. This time out, we need no entry point, no clever concept; the music speaks for itself, operating best at very high volume."
(A Closer Listen)
All in all, fydhws` recent and foregoing oeuvre is an example of music being simultaneously heavy and wondrous, however, affording to splice suggestive explorations and outbursts with underlying technical proficiency. One of the albums in 2014."
(Recent Music Heroes)
The Sound (four movements in the key of D) is part of his continued exploration of chord structure, stricture, adherence and expansion. This is more in the vein of dark psych drone than the no wave and ambient blasts of his oeuvre. Think White Hills crossed with Earth. So not overtly drone. But it blazes in the darkness, like Earth reimagining giallo scores."