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« on: February 07, 2014, 04:18:58 PM »



Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/events/586259294794579

and in lahti following day:

CON-DOM, BRUT, GRUNT small event in Rooster!
https://www.facebook.com/events/484671911637125
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« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 08:25:18 AM »

To sweeten the deal in Helsinki 25.4. - added WILL OVER MATTER !
Lahti show 26.4. line up stays the same!

Foreigners and other long distance travellers: Helsinki venue is big & with nice strong PA system! It's well worth to travel to Finland to catch that or possibly both shows! If any questions, e-mail!

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« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2014, 12:49:48 PM »

OVET 20:00
SOITTO 21:00
TIUKKA AIKATAULU JA PELKKIÄ HYVIÄ BÄNDEJÄ = AJOISSA PAIKALLE!

Jotain distro myyntiä myös, mutta jos jotain tiettyjjä levyjä haluaa ostaa, voi mailata tilauksen ja maksaa käteisellä paikan päällä.
www.freak-animal.net (ja www.northern-heritage.net) ja fanimal@cfprod.com
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« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2014, 12:57:07 PM »



This time PA system instead of amps for clear and crispy sound!
18:00-> !
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« Reply #4 on: April 26, 2014, 01:51:45 PM »

one of the best sounding shows Ive been to.

depending on where you listened, you got either high fidelity, everything sounding clear and upfront chest and groin vibrations- with sick seed being now the loudest thing I ever seen.



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« Reply #5 on: April 27, 2014, 10:41:19 AM »

WILL OVER MATTER started slow, simple, painfully primitive, but progressing into neat rhythmic beat and vocals. I like more his recent show in Lahti, but also I appreciate greatly his unique vision to create such a odd and strange stuff.

PAIN NAIL gig is hard for me to report much more than saying it almost went as planned. Spontaneous ending was surprise for me. Mix of melancholic, yet suffocating calm industrial soundscapes and power electronics. Mostly new songs and some from 2nd album.

BIZARRE UPROAR was kind of quiet in terms of "in-your-face" brutality, and more focusing of brooding and menacing slow torment. Video fitted well on sound. Repeated loops of utter self humiliation. Not as much sound assaulting everybody, as it felt like being trapped in situation what goes on and on.. I liked that it wasn't so loud and aggressive, more rumbling bass frequencies and clatter of junk on top.

BRUT brought us mix of performance art and noise sound. Kind of MK9-esque high pitch electronics mixed with contact mic & distortion vocal & body sounds. Lots of paint was being splattered, and after gig handful of people continued cleaning job for quite a while to get venue floors, walls, PA, gear and all that somewhat acceptable condition, hehe.. Good one, and I think shortness and simplicity of audio makes it good thing for live gig.

JAAKKO VANHALA gig was great. While I heard someone mention that there was too much of things not going anywhere or was it "air" in set, I think there wasn't any of that. In my opinion his harsh noise set was not only loudest of the night, but also insanely rich and textured and restless storming craftsmanship finished it to be among some of the best Vanhala sets. Perhaps only thing I could have added is more louder & clear sounds of physical metal junk thrashing.

SICK SEED new style is such a nice addition to live gigs. Industrial Musick - as they say. Not noise. Not power electronics, but songs what have very musical qualities to them. Longer lyrics, (clean) bass guitar, loops creating rhythms and even melodies. I agree with many critical voices that set was too long. Was it even 50 minutes?! But about complaints of too drastic volume differences in mixing elements, I have a feeling that it belongs to idea of SS ruggedness intentionally? That elements are not meant to blend together smoothly, but they may appear unreasonably loud, abrupt or "out of place"? As this has been element in many gigs of PPT where something like dry and broken sounding guitars or something like that break the comfort zones. I went outside for half of gig, but it could be well heard there too. Adjusting length with this kind of thing left me with highly positive view of gig.

CON-DOM show was mostly about 30 year old tracks. Last Supper. Kneel. I shit on you and other tracks. Vocals were blending greatly in mix of harsh and fierce tape noise torment. I must admit that part of bulldozing sound was thanks to myself adding certain tube-pre amp booster to his gear to power-up to hissing quality of vintage tapes to match hot signals of contemporary noise bands. Still sound remained original and 100% Con-Dom and to me certainly cultic live gig. Performance elements and interaction with crowd, neat grainy videos, loud sound and perfect blend of vocals - not being too loud in mix, but also being audible. Nice end to looooong evening.

While I don't feel there was any bad bands, I must admit that there was perhaps too many of them for friday show. Long sets and few slightly complex changes made evening very long. But at the same time must say that I have seen this kind of thing fail miserably abroad. Where couple last bands don't have time to play at all, despite some bands cut their sets shorter. I was convinced Finns have enough skill to keep things in time. And indeed, night started merely 15 minutes later than originally planned and ended merely 20-30 minutes later than originally planned.

Amount of crowd was decent in my opinion, but could have been more. I'm not entirely sure whether this will be gig where money is being lost, but whatever. To me, worth for investment! Thanks to venue, organizers, bands, assistants and crowd as well. Lets hope venue can be used for some sort of gigs sometime in future too.
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« Reply #6 on: April 27, 2014, 07:09:01 PM »

I won't comment too much on the other bands, except to say that I've seen much better sets from WOM, BU and SS. But Jaakko Vanhala was absolutely great! Very very loud in the best possible sense. Skillful harsh noise at its best, every moment was full of intent and purpose. Crushing and expertly nimble at the same time. Might have been too crisp and high-fi for some but for me it was just perfect. Unlike the other acts of the evening, he really put the PA into good use!
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« Reply #7 on: April 27, 2014, 07:53:07 PM »

Really good night out. Vanhala truly kicked the shit out of pa. Pain Nail was also one of the best acts of the evening. Nice confrontation at the end of the set. Background projection of WOM gig was really nice. Anybody know what film was it???
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« Reply #8 on: April 27, 2014, 10:29:21 PM »

Background projection of WOM gig was really nice. Anybody know what film was it???

I may be wrong but I think it was Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women.

WOM is pure greatness!
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« Reply #9 on: April 28, 2014, 10:35:18 PM »

First photos from the event seem to have surfaced on the net,

http://mesikammen.wordpress.com/2014/04/28/noiseiltamat-vol-4/
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« Reply #10 on: April 29, 2014, 10:10:43 AM »

Background projection of WOM gig was really nice. Anybody know what film was it???

I may be wrong but I think it was Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women.

WOM is pure greatness!

Thanks for info. Got to track down that film somewhere.
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« Reply #11 on: April 29, 2014, 11:57:05 AM »

Saturday at Rooster started with GRUNT. People say it was loud, and perhaps it was as some decorations was dropping from ceiling and PA actually clipped & stopped in middle of set for perhaps 10-20 seconds.. Never done that before. Turned notch lower and rest of night no problems. All new tracks never played live. Including live variations of "Call for Antihumanist Order" from Antihumanism Records compilation and still upcoming Italian compilation tape and stuff what was first tried out on this gig.

CON-DOM set was also special set, including most of all (if not exclusively?) tracks from compilations what Con-Dom has never performed live. Perhaps highlight of set was track from Der Blutharsch "remix" project 4xCD set. Now in live version sounded even more epic and brutal. Good vocal sound, simpler video. Less of rumbling noise, more in-you-face. Hard to say which one to prefer more, both sets were definitely must to see!

BRUT was last one. Blood, raw liver, glass bowl, contact mic'ed knives, masturbation with knife inside cunt, always wearing burka, but also combination with nudity. Different video and nice more harsh noise sounding set. Ended with crashing bowl of blood and raw meats into ground. I think this was better gig of the two!

Rooster boss counted 40 people presence. Good night!

There's lots of good pictures. Will probably upload some to "good noise photos" topic as there are some great shots.
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« Reply #12 on: April 30, 2014, 10:43:02 PM »

Some more pics, but only from Pain Nail, Bizarre Uproar and Brut. Outstanding quality...

http://maolainensukassa.tumblr.com/post/84312034504/pain-nail-bizarre-uproar-brut
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« Reply #13 on: June 16, 2014, 07:49:43 PM »

http://special-interests-magazine.tumblr.com/

there some pics finally...
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« Reply #14 on: February 07, 2015, 11:38:25 AM »


ASSISITANCE NEEDED!

SEEKING PHOTOGRAPHER OF MAGES FROM THIS BLOG (originally posted by Salamanauhat):

http://maolainensukassa.tumblr.com/post/84312034504/pain-nail-bizarre-uproar-brut


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