TeHOM are a solo project from Croatia that plays a mixture of ritual, dark ambient and industrial and this is a review of his live 2017 album "Live Assault" which was released by Cyclic Law.
Ambient style soundscapes and field recordings start off the album along with some elements of noise and some touches of a more dark and underground style of industrial and all of the music is recorded live and after awhile drones and ritualistic style chanting start to make their presence known.
Spoken word parts can also be heard at times and they also give the music more of an occult atmosphere while the music also gets very lo-fi, experimental and avant garde at times along with more of an improv feeling and the music also gets more shamanistic when trival style percussion is utilized and as the album progresses elements of martial and neo-classical can also be heard briefly.
TeHOM plays a musical style that takes industrial, ritual and dark ambient to create something very original, the production sounds very dark and lo-fi along with all of the music being recorded live.
In my opinion TeHOM are a very great sounding mixture of ritual, dark ambient, and industrial and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this solo project. 8 out of 10.