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* The UncannyValley cover art of ''From Filthy Tongues...'' is very creepy on its own.

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* The UncannyValley cover art of ''From Filthy Tongues...Tongue...'' is very creepy on its own.


* "Spiritual Healing." The song's hook is backed by a very intimidating distorted guitar that can be compared to somebody screaming or a broken police siren.

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Before there was Music/DeathGrips, there was [[Music/{{Dalek}} dälek]], and they're arguably even ''[[NightmareFuel creepier]]''.
* "Spiritual Healing." The song's hook is Healing", which opens with an out-of-tune piano before descending into a sinister, droney beat, backed by a very intimidating distorted guitar that can be compared to somebody screaming or a broken police siren.siren, with Will Brooks' furious rapping over it.
* The two song combo of "Heads" and "Black Smoke Rises." The former is a short interlude track that features bizarre electronic noises and distorted guitar jamming with samples of people saying the word "dialect" over it, before it suddenly and without warning erupts into [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative the heaviest drum solo to ever appear in a rap interlude.]] The latter is a 12 minute DroneOfDread that sounds like something from the acid nightmares of Music/JohnCage, with Brooks reciting lyrics about what seems to be a man crossing the DespairEventHorizon in a traumatized sounding CreepyMonotone. Suffice to say, this is the part of the album that drives most casual listeners away.
* The UncannyValley cover art of ''From Filthy Tongues...'' is very creepy on its own.
* ''Absence'' as a whole could count, with its even heavier beats and even more dystopian lyrics. "Distorted Prose" and "Asylum (Permanent Underclass)" are particularly effective in this regard.


* "Spiritual Healing." The song's hook is backed by a very intimidating distorted guitar that can be compared to somebody screaming

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* "Spiritual Healing." The song's hook is backed by a very intimidating distorted guitar that can be compared to somebody screamingscreaming or a broken police siren.

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* "Spiritual Healing." The song's hook is backed by a very intimidating distorted guitar that can be compared to somebody screaming

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