Immanentized contains three tracks of exactly eleven minutes. Druhá Smrt fuses distorted guitar drones with mysterious spoken words and the haunting voice fragments of Lucie Spilková in the distance. Folk elements and chiming bells are introduced between the dark and enigmatic sound structures. The tension on this dark ambient EP is combustive, showing the couple’s awareness that the focus on the eschatological musical approach has lost its ominous magic. Druhá Smrt is not looking for anything outside this world, because the outside is the inside now, with no transcendence.
The music cuts deep in the flesh and evoking thought patterns about the awareness that the present is haunted by lost futures (Jacques Derrida's hauntology) and the final destiny of humankind. Druhá Smrt sees a world that can be interpreted as a body of infinite Deleuzian folds which surface and weave through compressed time and space. Immanentized sounds dirtier, more industrial influenced than their previous work. This is awesome foreboding music with an interesting philosophical input. A dark ambient infused mind cracker.