Review by the Spanish webzine La muerte tenía un blog.
flawed synchronization with reality
Regardless of the labels and bands I may mention here, DEEMTEE is something genuine and of extremely high quality, so much so that I am amazed when I hear it.
New review from Occult Black Metal Zine (8/10)
In my opinion Deemtee are a very great sounding psychedelic, experimental and avant garde black metal solo project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album.
To cut it short, it's rather innovative and way experimental, if you ask me, it's something you have to listen to a couple of times to understand and get the real idea of its creator!!!
Review by The Pit of the Damned (Italy).
'Flawed Synchronization with Reality' opens the door to a psychotic reinterpretation of contaminated, experimental black metal often veering outside conventional boundaries. There couldn't be a better compliment for Deemtee, at least from me, always in search of original sounds. And good ol' NHT, risking the most dangerous derailment, manages to hypnotize me with a truly unique sound.
At times I found myself scratching my head wondering what this album was but finding it easier to just listen and let it all happen. DEMMTEE provides a wide array of musical genres within a seven-track album that impresses from start to finish. Take a listen to this one and enjoy the journey.
Neither the album as a whole nor any single song is a predictable, linear progression. The music is often vastly intricate, and also unexpectedly mesmerizing. At times it’s utterly brazen and boisterous, and at other times seductive or violently disorienting. Some tracks become concertos of madness and psychedelic hallucination, others divert into voyages across cosmic oceans or plummet into wells of inner despair.
Music is better than album production of Flawed Synchronization With Reality and it`s kind of an album that is a challenge when listen to songs from it.
New review from Polish Kult Magazine.
Thank you, Rafal Chmura.
Listening to albums like the debut from the Spanish one-man project Deemtee, I find myself reflecting on the boundaries of avant-garde in music in general, and in extreme metal in particular. To avoid unnecessary biases, let's assume they simply don't exist, and a mind released from the constraints of imagination is capable of anything. The issue of reception and interpretation by the listener is an entirely separate matter.