Judgehydrogen’s debut opus “Atheistic God” can be described as beautiful, nebulous, haunting, and apocalyptical. To categorize the work is difficult but one can say for certain that Judgehydrogen has set a standard for soul-searching dark music of all kinds (although one can detect Dead Can Dance and The Swans influences). “Atheistic God” is a blend of gothic, industrial, ambient, metal, and rock influences that inspire the imagination and spirit. Standout tracks include the cryptic “Cursed Name,” the moody and atmospheric “The Things to Come,” and the visceral “Contempt for Sacrifice.” Few recording artists attain this level of magnetism and creativity in their debut albums but Judgehydrogen has accomplished this and much more. -Dark Oracle Magazine
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