Phobonoid is a one mand band from Phobos.
With a musical background in the DIY punk/hc/noise/metal scene, Phobonoid is a musical and cinematic journey through the darkest part of the extreme sounds, blending black metal, doom, industrial and electronic sounds from the outer space. Except for the mastering (done by Karl Daniel Liden at the Tri-Lamb Studios in Stockholm) everything has been self-produced in Phoboinoid’s home-studio, since the production
itself is an active part of the project.
“Orbita” is a concept album about the end of the civilization on Mars, witnessed by Phobos (intended both as the satellite and the impersonification of the God of Fear). The music and the plot move together through the 20 minutes lenght of the EP, where finally Phobos meets his brother Deimos on the destroyed surface of Mars.
This will be just the first part of the journey, as Man’s inner nature never changes: it’s a cycle that always ends up with its own self-destruction.
supported by 15 fans who also own “Orbita (Dusk015MCD)”
Interesting experimental black metal. The industrial and synth aspects don’t distract too much, because the blackened core remains throughout. There are a wide variety of musical elements on this album. It’s a fairly unique take on the genre. Good stuff. Metallurgical Fire
supported by 14 fans who also own “Orbita (Dusk015MCD)”
Alma is fantastic, a perfect convergence of pagan and atmospheric metal. The energy and beauty on display here are breathtaking. This will be up there with Panopticon for repeat listens in my collection. Metallurgical Fire
"Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 18, 2019