Cioran, from the monicker who calls into question the homonymous Romanian philosopher, evoke the cumbersome burden of the tragic existence of existence. The new Divine Bestial Beast, released three years later by the EP in the cassette for the American Caligari Records, is a step further than the nihilistic wave that has permeated so much music lately and has become a Sticky sticker label on the right and missing. No space for moments of light, this is clear, but their concept is more about a Gnostic dualism of duality expressed by hermetic lyrics. We talk about the paradox of the coexistence of the bestial and the divine, of their balance within an organism, that is, of the man tout court.
(review from grindontheroad)