Primitive Man are a band from Colorado that has been featured before in this zine and plays a blackened form of doom/sludge metal and this is a review of their 2015 ep "Home Is Where The hatred Is" which will be released in February by Relapse Records.
A very distorted reverb sound starts off the ep before adding in heavy guitar and bass riffs which eventually takes the music into more of a sludge/doom metal direction along with some blackened death metal growls and screams and on some parts of the recording the music does speed up at times and also brings in a good amount of blast beats.
Most of the tracks are very long and epic in length along with some of the riffs bringing melodies in certain sections of the recording an d in some of the faster sections you can hear elements of grindcore and crust influencing their musical style while the main focus remains more on a slow black/sludge/doom metal direction.
Primitive Man creates 4 very dark and heavy sounding blackened doom/sludge metal songs on this recording and also remain true to the sound they established on their last release, the production sounds very dark and heavy while the lyrics cover violent, hateful and negative themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Primitive Man and if you are a fan of this band, you should enjoy this ep. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Loathe" and "Bag Man". 8 out of 10.