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« Reply #1005 on: April 23, 2011, 09:11:37 AM »


Mr.Natural / OVO split 7"
Whatever was on the other side, is shit. But Mr. Natural - I have said it before, and I keep saying it, is fucking great! Try to get over the name, and grab some of his stuff. None of it is rare. Everything is cheap and easy to get. I was missing this in my collection and even if it doesn't go into top levels of Blazen'Y'Sharp -era stuff he used to do before, it's still great piezzo colored organic noises.

Have shared a gig with Mr.Natural I will agree.

this evening I enjoyed:
GRUNT : SEER OF DECAY  2CD
WORLD DOWNFALL :  AMONG THE ZOMBIES
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« Reply #1006 on: April 23, 2011, 11:21:36 AM »

Kreator - Extreme Aggression
Rush - All the World's A Stage
Emperor - Imperial Live Ceremony
Marduk - Fuck Me Jesus
Arghoslent - Hornets of the Polgrom
Opeth - Blackwater Park
Deathkey - Doctrine Of Intolerant Hatred
Deathkey – Hammer Of Aryan Terror
Streicher – Der Stürmer / Hammerskins / Compilation Of 90's
Xenophobic Ejaculation - Whitepower
Churner - Jackhammer
Churner - Perfection Through Distortion
Churner - Coffin Angel
Morbid Angel - Blessed Are the Sick
RU-486 - Filth Fantasies
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« Reply #1007 on: April 23, 2011, 05:40:28 PM »

Mr. Natural! a local treasure.

I love the cd I COOKED YR EGGS and his self titled 7"
I took a short video clip of him opening for dave philips
http://nocompassion.tumblr.com/post/941084777
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« Reply #1008 on: April 23, 2011, 06:51:02 PM »

And I could also remind of some people, who always say that noise lacks certain sense of humor and different angle to content.. and as far as I remember correctly, Mr. Natural is chef by profession and many of his noise pieces are food related. This is not "joke noise", but with nice warm connection to daily life. I never saw him live, but back in 2005, had possibility to discuss with him couple days while doing Japan tour same time he was doing his. But dates never crossed over.
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« Reply #1009 on: April 24, 2011, 06:32:22 PM »

The new Bizarre Uproar live tape is really damn good! Been spinning it several times for the past 24hrs.

Also Concrete Mascara live tape is decent.
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« Reply #1010 on: April 24, 2011, 09:46:51 PM »

Alchemy Of The 21st Century - Beauty Of Aesthetic Imperfection

Has been on constant play for an month already. Perfect music for gloomy spring evenings.

E: Evening/night continues with: Anemone Tube - Dream Landscape CD & Ashley C - Timeless Reality CD.
Those 2 have also gotten many spins this year! I had only heard Ashley C's split with Clo Goelach and Ashley C's side did not really impress me much but this new more concrete approach is simply great. Lots of junk metal soundsources used in an creative way. Perfect!
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« Reply #1011 on: April 25, 2011, 06:55:21 AM »

That Anemone Tube looks and sounds great. I have actually moved some copies from distro, so appears people do like it, but still could recommend people to check out review at SI#5 and CD from Silken Tofu! Ashley C indeed took big step forward on the CD Freak Animal put out. Originally signed him for 3"CD, with idea that he can do great 20 minutes, but when abandoned idea of 3"CD series, asked to submit full length worth as promo, and it blew me away. Even if someone may say I've put too many of metal junk noise releases lately, no way. I would say this CD takes very different approach from all the rest!
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« Reply #1012 on: April 25, 2011, 03:45:13 PM »

The Anemone Tube CD is very good. I've moved a good number of it as well. I'm guessing word of mouth about the quality of this release played a part.

The Ashley C CD was a very pleasant surprise which bodes well for the future.


EINLEITUNGSZEIT - L'Accouchement Des Machines Humaines LP

I guess camparisons to Militia are inevitable but this is much better than any Militia release I've ever heard. There are quite a few albums available, is everything as good as this?
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« Reply #1013 on: April 25, 2011, 04:18:44 PM »

EINLEITUNGSZEIT - L'Accouchement Des Machines Humaines LP
I guess camparisons to Militia are inevitable but this is much better than any Militia release I've ever heard. There are quite a few albums available, is everything as good as this?

In my opinion, this is the best, and so have said many others, but I wouldn't say any of their stuff is weak. You might especially like some of their other albums with more bassier & deeper sound! This LP you mention, is the only rare one. The rest one can still score from discogs or such place for pretty nice prices.
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« Reply #1014 on: April 25, 2011, 04:25:58 PM »

Maybe a CD reissue on IR is due?

I'm playing Aus Dem Laboratorium: Embryo In Einem Männerglied LP right now and man it's BASSY! Not as good as your LP but still very fucking good!
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« Reply #1015 on: April 25, 2011, 04:57:53 PM »

I know Auranoise has been mentioned here and there. Also a good recommendation when you like it bassy
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« Reply #1016 on: April 25, 2011, 05:13:13 PM »

Over the weekend:

Will Over Matter - Might Of The Planet Eater
KENmode - Venerable
Hollow Bones - Crowskins
Sky Burial - Khietan
Deterge - Always Around
Wolvhammer - Black Marketeers Of World War III
Welter In Thy Blood - Through The Fields Of Mourning
Sigur Ros - ( )

This morning:

Sl(A)ng - Life Made Me Hardcore
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« Reply #1017 on: April 25, 2011, 05:40:02 PM »

Maybe a CD reissue on IR is due?

I'm playing Aus Dem Laboratorium: Embryo In Einem Männerglied LP right now and man it's BASSY! Not as good as your LP but still very fucking good!

All their stuff was re-issued as CDR by band themselves, but pretty damn crappy 72dpi inkjet graphics. Does very little justice for original vinyl. I think proper CD re-issues would be good. I recall they were also working on new album for Japanese label, but it was already couple years ago when I talked with them.
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« Reply #1018 on: April 25, 2011, 07:54:49 PM »

I can't talk about Einleitungszeit without being biased.  Now that Freak Animal is as recognized as it is, reissues on it would likely be the best possible scenario.

I've been working on a CD reissue of Aus der Leichenkammer for several years now.  The original push to take it to CD was to make it louder, and to obviously expose any of the fidelity that was left on the cutting room floor.  It's a very heavy, dense, low-frequency album with some interesting upper dynamics (I think it is far and away the best album from that period of exploring low frequencies).  The main complaint, all along, was that the mastering was too quiet.  It required too much volume knob during playback.  When I'd received the DAT master back in 1996, I only had a few hours, on a single afternoon, to listen to it before sending it off for vinyl mastering and plating.  I thought the vinyl mastering was the reason for the low volume, but in fact, it was originally mastered at a lower volume than normal.  It isn't the vinyl.  It's the master.  After hearing the DAT>CDR transfer, I lost a lot of interest in reissuing it on CD.  A CD version would flush out a bit more sound quality, but not as much as I thought it would.  There are enough vinyl copies out there to handle the demand, and to be honest, after having tens and tens of more listens to compare the LP to the digital master, the vinyl mastering is high quality from a fidelity perspective.  I wasn't always confident in that, but now I am.  I was also once under the false impression that a 2LP would've been better for the material than a single LP.  While probably ultimately so, the material wouldn't have benefited that much from going with a 2LP.  I'd have to check my records, but whoever I had master that record did a fantastic job.  It's definitely the most demanding material I ever released, and they did the master great justice.

The first three cassettes are still my favorite releases from them, but it might not be fair to say they are also at the height of their skill.  A couple of the newest albums are amazing in their own right.  To my ears, the two lowest releases are Kremation Gesch Lechtslos and Aus Dem Laboratorium, the former being the worst of them all.  Everything else is gold.
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« Reply #1019 on: April 25, 2011, 08:54:20 PM »

I think there is always place for good albums to be re-issued. Even if there's still copies at reasonable price, one can be sure, there are enough interest for CD format for label to break even. Simply due fact, that not all care for vinyl. They couldn't care less if you can score 2nd hand LP for 15,- from discogs, if they can get CD for 12,- from any distributor of the genre.
There is plenty of vinyl fetishism, but I see plenty of customers who prefer CD.

Tapes are great. I remember the time before internet, when I had the CREW-ZINE magazine, and noticed info about one of their tapes. Ordered it, and pretty much instantly sent invitation to do LP. Tapes, most definitely, would require proper CD re-issues. I have no memories of what format master was, and did it get returned from plant or not, and if band got it back or not. This FA's LP was only made 200 copies, which makes it much more rare than the other vinyl.

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