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 on: Today at 11:35:22 AM 
Started by cr - Last post by Phenol
I have been a BDN fanboy for many many years. I like the "ambient" approach the most, and find little fault with anything from Pain In Progress to and including Necrose Evangelicum. I can't really pick a favourite between those, it changes with the days. Innerwar and May All be Dead are great too, but not quite as good, I think. After that, I don't really listen to any of it. I have bought all the releases, listened to them a couple of times, then just archived them. That is often the case with old bands. You listen to their new album, think "not too bad, but no new classic" and that's it. Same with Death In June and Current 93 for me. Bands I used to eagerly collect but their records are now just sitting on the shelf apart from the classics which get the occasional spin. I am happy that Roger is still touring though, and for that reason alone it is good that he still makes new music. It is a bit lame when bands tour without any new output. The Primitive Perversions box was a hard listen for me, so amateurish, but interesting to see some of the seeds of what would become great over time. I doubt if I will ever put any of the LPs on a gain though. The Lille Roger box was way better and has a lot of classic material, but also material that i had never heard except for old mp3 rips. The sound quality is way better than on the old Lille Roger CD on CMI.

The CMI label was hugely influential on me as a teenager, so I can't really be objective here. Pretty much everything they released from the beginning until c. 2000 was pure gold, even the more synth cheesy stuff like the various Mortiis and Raison D'etre side-projects. Only band from that period I have never become friends with is Sanctum. After 2000 CMI coulnd't really keep up, but some good things such as IRM was still released. CMI was a particular era for me, and remain close to my heart.

 on: Today at 08:56:24 AM 
Started by cr - Last post by FreakAnimalFinland
Bomb The Daynursery LP box, damn that is great! I had never heard these tapes, and had no expectation what type of sound there could be. Maybe Lille Roger type? Maybe Brighter Death Now? Of course, there is little of both. Like Karmanik said in interview, that he was always curious of people starting projects and changing style with intent. Like having project that plays X style, then project that plays Y, and so on. He said that he can only create what he creates. It is not decision what he aims to do, but result of doing art and it always becomes this way.

Bomb The Daynursery is the most crude, most primitive, and perhaps even technically most simplistic, but at the same time there is variation. It is not so uniform as Pain In Progress or Innerwar or Great Death or other masterpieces that have this monochrome singleminded vision. Early tapes might have just tapedeck+pause button type of experiments, broken records on turntable, all sorts of no-tech industrial noise, and that makes it so good for me. I was told this LP box can be found even from Spotify, so those using streaming services can listen there. I'd say vinyl box is well worth money if you are drawn towards ultra primitivist industrial noise.

 on: Today at 07:58:46 AM 
Started by come_orgasm - Last post by come_orgasm
Hey searching anything from Kevlar or Kontinent apparel, sizes XL.or XXL. Were selling from Unrest, two prints of Kevlar t-shirt, two of Kontinent and one Kevlar hoodie. PM for contact.

 on: Today at 12:02:19 AM 
Started by cr - Last post by theworldisawarfilm
Huge fan of the 'Great Death' releases, which were my initial exposure to BDN. Fond of a lot of their material but those remain my favourites by a long shot and I've been revisiting them over the past two weeks--sounding better than ever!

 on: June 26, 2022, 09:10:21 PM 
Started by Levas - Last post by Balor/SS1535
Massimo Morante (GOBLIN)

RIP  I just watched Susiria for the first time a few days ago, and their score was one of the highlights.

 on: June 26, 2022, 03:51:25 PM 
Started by cr - Last post by cr
There are some threads with CMI topic and it's rise and fall, and rising again, but not one about Mr. Karmaniks' musical works itself (at least I couldn't find one)
Got the Bomb the Daynursery box and watched  BDN live two weeks ago. Great, really fucking good! Thanks to Roger and Lina  B. Doll for still doing this!
So let's discuss BDN and CMI and everything related!

 on: June 26, 2022, 02:17:06 PM 
Started by Levas - Last post by cr
Massimo Morante (GOBLIN)

 on: June 26, 2022, 07:38:37 AM 
Started by PSIL0777 - Last post by PSIL0777
Two new videos out  now from forthcoming Rigor Mortison / Temple Of Tiermes split CDr entitled Atma Inversion :

Will be released by TOT we are also a small label.

Khosunra (noise)



Sehkewyt (experimental)


It’s go take week or two when split album  is out.

Ausaat Und Ernte from Germany also wants to release brand new album with 7-10 unreleased TOT tracks.
I’ll keep you updated.


 on: June 25, 2022, 09:14:52 PM 
Started by JLIAT - Last post by PSYWAR LTD
got a chance to test that behringer 2600 and its super cool, for 500e it's in heavy consideration

ps/edit: apparently that ems clone is still not out, and seems like all production is slower everywhere (bad shipping, no chips, materials are expensive, etc etc... not only these things, but everything....  )

I've had my eye on the Blue Marvin, I'd love to run my Odyssey through that beast. My dream setup would be my Odyssey paired with the Blue Marvin and System 15, which all cost a fraction of what vintage synths go for.

 on: June 25, 2022, 08:37:20 PM 
Started by Nyodene D - Last post by FreakAnimalFinland
They sent me multiple promos last year and forwarded to bunch of people who would like them. Decent stuff plus guys are active in doing live events/clubs etc.

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