'I’m going to get the one piece of negative shit out in the open about Rasalhague’s Malignant Records’ debut release, Rage Inside The Window: Normally, I love to listen to ambient music when I’m dozing off into night-night land or when I’m floating down a Percocet high… the first time I listened to this album, I was doing both. And I almost shit myself because of it. If this one nasty little bit of coincidence didn’t happen, I’d give Rage Inside The Window a 10/10.
Embarrassing (almost) browning of the bed sheets aside, Rage Inside The Window is a dark ambient outing that’s based on actual events that revolve around an innocent young girl that was neglected and abused by her callous, evil piece of fucking shit mother. The little girl was starved, psychologically and physically tortured and imprisoned in her shit encrusted, cockroach infested room until the proper authorities were altered and came to the rescue… after the girl turned feral.
Every goddamned track places you, the listener, in the urine soaked place of this poor young girl. And you feel it. Rasalhague make damn sure of it with a myriad of tricks: demonic hissing, hellish swells, infernal booms and grating, solid-chunks-of-sulfur-being-bashing-against-your-skull crackles and pops. I don’t think that I’ve liked an album so much that simultaneously make me sick to my stomach…
Overall: Never have I ever been as emotionally jarred by an album… Rage Inside The Window WILL do one of the following things to you: A) It will make you cry. B) Cause you to punch a wall. Or C) Make you question why humanity is allowed to continue thriving when there are people like the monster this album is base on loose in the world.