Uzumaki is some nasty, sewer-dwelling shit. I'm not even sure what I like about this other than it being a total brainteaser. Very fascinating.
Favorite track: Depiction of a Curiosity.
"Spoken in Tongues is the fifth album and by far the shortest in the catalogue, running just 25 minutes. And I have to say it’s the most direct, without abandoning the technical elements. The changes are evident (including the song lengths), and I’ve found that this one is my favorite of the Uzumaki releases. I could list some bands that might be influences, but will not do that, because I want you to listen to the album and judge for yourselves. This is Uzumaki at its finest, with an obscure feel to the music yet with a production that is all natural.
The atmosphere is very dark and somehow relaxes me while listening. The vocal patterns and variety are very appealing, and the diversity (and occasional dissonance) in the guitar and bass performances stand out. Complexity is the name of the game, and they are top players, but the drumming provides a great counterpart, and is executed with no mercy (I also love their natural sound).
Overall, this is a project that has made me a fan for life. I hope it does get more recognition in the future."
- No Clean Singing