Split release between Oklahoma based funeral doom band Persistence In Mourning and french HNW project Vomir. Persistence In Mourning's side presents three tracks of slow, crushing and hateful funeral doom laced with obscure sounds and terrifying vocals that creates a truly unique, chilling atmosphere. Vomir's side presents another unshifting, uncompromising HNW track. Punishing HNW at its best.
Pro-duped cassette housed in a hand-made, hand-numbered package with insert.
"This C40 split brings together a side a piece from Oklahoma City based doom crawlers Persistence in Mourning and unmoving/unrelenting French HNW master Vomir- it’s a strange mix, but each side mangers to complement each other rather nicely making this a very worthwhile split."
- Musique Machine | September 2010
"As good as harsh noise performer Vomir is, he comes second place to Oklahoma's Persistence In Mourning on this split. What Persistence In Mourning do here barely has any relation to doom in the traditional sense - maybe on the very outskirts, if anything - their side of the cassette is voiced by Burns Unit choirs with frequencies like swarms of flies. If Persistence In Mourning are going to continue down this bedraggled vein any further, then things are going to get fucking brilliantly out of control."
- Zero Tolerance #38 | Nov / December 2010
| Label and Worldwide distribution
| Official PiM site
| Official Vomir blog