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« Reply #6585 on: November 02, 2017, 02:48:17 AM »

V/A - Anomalous Silencer CD Napamled ed.500 1996
I could pretend to be nice, but I don't care about most of the shit on here, it's all at least competent and it's decent noise, some great frequencies being utilized by some one off guys I don't care to invetigate, but decent tracks by like Zeno's boys Eitentzietialailung or whatever dead baby metal noise, and yeah the Sonic Disorder track is good, but the BEST tracks, uh, the fucking Sukora track, that's totally hyper pop for Sukora, like it sounds like a dude rubbing a computer mic on a rug kinda quiet, but he fucking goes for it.  Honestly, Sukora is a total saturation, gets to HNW minimalist neutrality (even that awful basically silent CD), like this sonically would be a crackle study or whatever by 2017 standards, but this is 1996.  Way active, audible cool track, ,definitely the pop track - awesome how he uses the WORST sounds.  Popular Series indeed.  I still need some Sukora tapes, PM if you have any to trade.  The Hachiman Mae track fucking rules, but I love that kinda possesed Japanese kids with toys making garbage garage goth pop gunk Kenho Iuchi thing they hit, I need their 2nd demo still, will buy, Bar Noise scene stuff, I'm way into it.  It's not "great" just the kind of crap I like, weird like dream style, not getting anything right, sounds like Black Metal kinda, but it's like a crappy waltz drum beat, but none of this is funny or cute, just seems like weirdos who collect like dead lizards and draw upsetting pornographic tirades.  It's demo tape garbage, but cool.  Awful aesthetic in general from Napalmed, BUT he hits ideal comp approach by doing the page per band comp style.  But it's a dumb special jewelcase with stickers, of course any store that gets their hands on THAT kind of piece HAS TO put a price tag ON the art, so it is ugly and has a dumb stain.  But each insert looks great, crisp print on green paper nice textures too.  Oh the XV Parówek and Sor-Zor-Sya tracks I like the way I like weird bugs, like, they aren't good.  The XV is dumb cartoon samples and shitty drum machine, it's so awful in every way, so uncool, nothing saves it, but it's ok to hear these dumb sounds try to do something.  Sor-Zor-Sya is just like a dude talking softly and some glitch noises and record loop samples like jazz loops, it sounds like maybe a guy trying to do some future sci fi thing but like NONE of it works, so I like to hear it.

EDIT: OK to correct my earlier rambling, Sukora's more like tapping on a crackly computer microphone with something getting rubbed on the mic, maybe on a 2nd mic.

V/A - Anomalous Silencer #5 CD Napalmed
Also one page per band, but it's all crap basically, except I like the Mamarracho track, but even it sucks, like uh... maybe could best be described as a lo fi maybe very primitive trip hop, like it's so - what are you guys doing? - that I have to appreciate it, like I guess it's kinda cyberpunk, but totally lo fi crappy beats and some talking, if you were grasping at straws, I guess it kinda could pass for a weird lo fi Gescom demo, but that's being way nice.  Not pleasant on a noise comp.  Decent tracks on here for sure, just that's sadly the standout to me.  Still need vol 2-4
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« Reply #6586 on: November 04, 2017, 08:47:33 AM »

Artists who bought a single minute on those things were smart.

I remember liking that Sukora track, but my memory might not be serving me well.  I thought it was more like a minimalist Small Cruel Party, or in that organic vein of Hands To?  I do remember getting the Hermit/Sukora tape and not being impressed.  With not having listened to it in maybe two decades, I believe it was something like you'd find on Trente Oiseaux; so minimalist that you wouldn't be wrong to keep checking the tape deck to make sure its still running.
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« Reply #6587 on: November 04, 2017, 10:23:54 AM »

Hah i recently came across that first Anomalous Silencer comp CD at home again. I didn't put it on though, should revisit after reading that.
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« Reply #6588 on: November 07, 2017, 12:59:48 PM »

Been playing a lot of death metal recently.
Some real highlights would be:

cephalotripsy
Artery Eruption
Disgorge (Mex)
Desecravity
Human Mincer
Gutrelal Slug
Hideous Divinity
Goratory
Cranial Engorgement
Lividity
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« Reply #6589 on: November 08, 2017, 08:13:26 AM »

Any contact for the Agonal Lust tape? Looks self-released and has already reached judeoprices on discocks.

AGONAL LUST tape:

http://www.special-interests.net/forum/index.php?topic=8285.0

Thanks, man.
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« Reply #6590 on: November 09, 2017, 03:07:41 PM »

Yana - Chimerism (CD, Freak Animal): First listen, really nice sounds, had 1 or 2 moments where I thought a certain part was dragging along a bit.

Sick Seed - Power Play (CD, Filth&Violence): Another great SS album. Don't know what else to say. Would be nice to know who this actually all is about though. Can someone help me out?

Bizarre Uproar - High Risk Lifestyle (CD, Filth&Violence): Great album, I feel it's more or less in the same style as the last, but more compressed. While Sikiöasenta was great in sounds and execution, it's simply too long to be really enjoyed in full. High Risk Lifestyle has a playing time of 40 minutes and it works much better.

Scatmother - Vaniticism (CD, Filth&Violence): Best Scatmother album yet? Only listened once unto now, but it certainly feels like it.

Tongue Kiss Hematoma (CD, Filth&Violence): Wasn't really into the sample song, but then I got the album through a trade and actually yes, this is good. Raw, harsh PE/Noise, well done. Classy themes too...

Plantation - God's Country (tape, Doomsday Elite): Ok, but with having most of his discography I somehow had the feeling that I've heard it all from this project. The whole Christian patriot touch is probably a somewhat original thematic choice, but I can do without that.
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« Reply #6591 on: November 09, 2017, 03:19:33 PM »

TONGUE KISS HEMATOMA CD
Filth & Violence
I have pretty much same feelings with this as with Agonal Lust tape. In a way, it is pretty much exactly the way I like my p.e.. Raw, abusive, aggressive, filthy,... but also at the same time feels like it's little bit too much of what could be expected. So, basically it seems like need to give album some time and return when there has been lack of violent and noisy pe in the playlist, hah.. Vile teen girl abuse, date-rape, incest, trannies,.. Perfect example of the contemporary current of obvious p.e.. Explicit and obvious sound, vocals and artwork.

SICK SEED "Power Play" CD
Filth & Violence
What exactly makes Sick Seed stand out when compared to TKH? Many things! First of all, Sick Seed is rarely obvious. It may have rough subject matter, but sort of dilettantish approach. PPT's works may be occasionally vile and brutal, but also with diverse references to culture, art, movies, music, occult, esoteric, etc. Second is that Sick Seed has managed to develop his own style - or even many of them! Also rather unique ways of handling vocal pacing and intensity. All the imperfections in sound or arrangements contribute material to be more. A lot of releases that are done too safe start to be predictable.
This album appears thematically different from previous. Overall feel has something same, though. Both albums are like traditional music albums. 40 minutes length, with lots of "radio friendly" length tracks. In these two albums Sick Seed no longer has the music part of industrial music. It is clearly composed and arranged, as every track stands out as great piece of work.

BIZARRE UPROAR "High Risk Lifestyle" CD
Filth & Violence
New album is recorded live to tape recorder. Offers more fierce and ripping sound. Something people may have already hear in some of his recent live gigs. It is different from album before, yet goes into same category. Always slowly shifting and mutating sound of Bizarre Uproar will satisfy it's lovers and perhaps gain also listeners who prefer it a bit more ripping and harsher than few albums has been?

VERNICHTUNG DURCH ARBEIT "Hungertod" CD
Filth & Violence
I didn't care for the previous album. This is 10x better. It's not as well done and intense as TONGUE KISS HEMATOMA, but in this bleakness of crappy sound waste and atrocious document dialogues and starving skeletal artworks, it works for what it is. For fans of bleak and vile stuff.

ANENZEPHALIA "Programmatika" tape
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While new KE/HIL 12" and new GENOCIDE ORGAN 7" are extremely good, I still am rather disturbed about Anenzephalia being over. If you can blame some bands to too obvious, there is hardly anything obvious in Anenzephalia. This tape, collecting bits and pieces from 1989-2006 and mixed down 2016, just blows my mind. Artwork isn't good. Graphic design is rather horrid, but in it's themes, looks and spirit there is great feel of it being more than it feels like. While with some other releases my gut-feeling is exact the opposite.



 

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« Reply #6592 on: November 10, 2017, 11:26:04 PM »

I am just listening to the great Nyodene D - Edenfall CD.
Since there wasn't a release after 2015 (at least to my and Discogs' knowledge), I hope the project is still going!? Any future releases would be much appreciated.
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« Reply #6593 on: November 11, 2017, 09:41:16 AM »

ALFARMANIA & PROIEKT HAT - Flugornas Herrar C88 (Styggelse)
This takes off where, relatively speaking, stripped down Mardrömd Dödsström ended, and peels off yet another couple of layers. Looking back at previous collaborations, it makes sense. From the raging Furyfication to this, each release has come one step closer to what seems to be there core of what the duo is about and what they're chasing. There's no noise clouding the vision here, giving what has always been their main guns and knives more room to shine. Although my mind wanders to the sort of atmospheres conjured up by, for example, John Mylotte and (an estranged and disillusioned) John Carpenter, this really sits in a place of its own. Flugornas Herrar is a long (88 minutes), slow and steady march into nothingness.  Might be my favorite collaboration from these two so far. The stunning artwork needs mentioning as well. My copy luckily came with an A3 poster of it.
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« Reply #6594 on: November 12, 2017, 07:50:50 PM »


ANENZEPHALIA "Programmatika" tape
Hospital
While new KE/HIL 12" and new GENOCIDE ORGAN 7" are extremely good, I still am rather disturbed about Anenzephalia being over. If you can blame some bands to too obvious, there is hardly anything obvious in Anenzephalia. This tape, collecting bits and pieces from 1989-2006 and mixed down 2016, just blows my mind. Artwork isn't good. Graphic design is rather horrid, but in it's themes, looks and spirit there is great feel of it being more than it feels like. While with some other releases my gut-feeling is exact the opposite.


Sorry but I am not sure to understand... Worth buying or not? Their performance during the Tesco fest was so impressive that I would like to have a complete collection...
Thanks for your thoughts about VERNICHTUNG DURCH ARBEIT, will check it!
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« Reply #6595 on: November 12, 2017, 10:56:01 PM »


ANENZEPHALIA "Programmatika" tape
Hospital
While new KE/HIL 12" and new GENOCIDE ORGAN 7" are extremely good, I still am rather disturbed about Anenzephalia being over. If you can blame some bands to too obvious, there is hardly anything obvious in Anenzephalia. This tape, collecting bits and pieces from 1989-2006 and mixed down 2016, just blows my mind. Artwork isn't good. Graphic design is rather horrid, but in it's themes, looks and spirit there is great feel of it being more than it feels like. While with some other releases my gut-feeling is exact the opposite.


Sorry but I am not sure to understand... Worth buying or not? Their performance during the Tesco fest was so impressive that I would like to have a complete collection...
Thanks for your thoughts about VERNICHTUNG DURCH ARBEIT, will check it!



Sounds are great, design not so much. Surprised few have mentioned the high quality pin it comes with.
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« Reply #6596 on: November 13, 2017, 11:43:16 PM »

CON-DOM "Control Domination" CD (Armed & Loaded Recordings)
Absolute punishing UK power electronics, this is one of the very best from Con-Dom! Each track has it's own identity and the vocals are amongst the most aggressive ever recorded. Masterpiece.

TREPANERINGSRITUALEN "Kainskult" LP (Tesco Organisation)
Just one listening session, but I can say that the goal is reached, to do an excellent following to "Perfection & Permanence". Maybe better? Time will tell!
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« Reply #6597 on: November 14, 2017, 12:04:26 PM »

Yeah, it's funny. It is a good album w/ some very strong tracks, and I enjoy it, but I saw him live at the Tesco Festival, and I became bored half way through. In fact, I left to go out back. Seemed a bit of a ''one trick pony'' on stage, and I think went on for a long time; certainly longer than GO - or did it just seem that way? But he's very popular, so Tesco did a good move getting him on the roster.
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« Reply #6598 on: November 14, 2017, 10:43:48 PM »

Yes I share your views on Trepanering performance, it lacked something... Playing a cd and doing only vocals is not a good option. Even more at the Tesco Fest with all these great acts performing. Only Con-Dom can take liberty to do it I assume?
Anyway, it doesn't affect my interest on the albums, it is a quite unique and great project.
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« Reply #6599 on: November 14, 2017, 11:24:04 PM »

Saw him live 2 times, couldn't hold my attention both times..
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