"Doom Jazz" is a concept turning around four people. Andrea Kleine, who wrotes the storylines, Marq Spusta, who did the story-artworks, and two extremely talented musicians who wrotes and played the soundtrack, Jamie Saft (bass and piano) and Bobby Previte (drums). The name "Doom Jazz" represents perfectly the music played by the duo in the way it mixes the slow and creepy rhythms of doom metal with the explorations and deepness of jazz. On the one hand it will appeal to those who like atmospheric doom death, funeral doom or depressive black metal, and on the other hand it will surely please to those who like free-jazz or even contemporary music in the vein of many JOHN ZORN's works. The main thing that emerges from the listening of this opus is the dark, frightful and tortured feeling that many doom albums can't even approach. The whole stuff is based upon the contrast between the quite repetitive bass lines and the staggering drums, with piano notes coming here and there to create the gloomy atmospheres. A splendid album made by genius. Just close your eyes and dive into the doom jazz.