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« Reply #6645 on: December 04, 2017, 01:51:06 PM »

Human Larvae - Home Is Where The Hurt Is

Came across this act due to a song from another album being posted on the Sarvilevyt YouTube page. Did some digging and found more material, this is fucking great stuff. Super simple formula for P.E./industrial- throbbing low end oscillations, creepy film samples, vocals erring on the side of raspy almost "metal" style shouts (with a tasteful but satisfying amount of delay and distortion), and good dynamics with less chaotic tracks breaking up the violence. On paper it could be a total "noise by numbers" and really unremarkable but it's done incredibly well and has enough variation to keep the listener interested.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVWArFSGnHI

Prurient - Rainbow Mirror

3hrs 20mins. Maybe too long for people who aren't unabashed Prurient fans like me. The first listen gets you accustomed to the terrain of this massive record, and the second one lets you appreciate the details- rarely abrasive, rather evoking a sense of enormous scale through sparse reverberating electronics. Honestly closer to a Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement sound than Prurient, but then Dom has often borrowed sounds from more strictly genre-focused side projects to explore and develop fully as a Prurient record. Hugely enjoyable for me, though I can see this not being everyone's bag.

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« Reply #6646 on: December 05, 2017, 08:19:59 AM »

Human Larvae - Home Is Where The Hurt Is

I am really hoping someone releases this on vinyl.
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« Reply #6647 on: December 05, 2017, 07:18:15 PM »

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Nice noise and PE compilation.
Featuring: Bizarre Uproar, Halthan, A Machine Called Orgasm, Barrikad + MK9, Rulla, Cloama, Funeral Mongoloids, Moke Grotton, Watchdog, Sist En 343, Tuho, Gelsomina, World Downfall and Squamata
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« Reply #6648 on: December 06, 2017, 01:11:50 PM »

Unreleased Tuho material?
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« Reply #6649 on: December 06, 2017, 03:18:38 PM »

Unreleased Tuho material?

All I am aware of is Tuho on another compilation ( https://www.discogs.com/Various-Suomi-Finland-Noisecore/release/3130436 ) and it's a different track, so maybe?.. In my opinion, yes it's otherwise unavailable material (why wouldn't it be, they're a noisecore band(?))... Maybe that was a rhetorical question...
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« Reply #6650 on: December 06, 2017, 09:00:40 PM »

Prurient - Annihilationist 2011 - if you have any non-Alberich titled, Alberich collaborative or contributor favorites, please mention them.

Cazzodio - Surgical/ Mechanical 2016 - a favorite - when I think of talented, unsung artists, he's on the list - was he simply not approached, so titles are limited?  Or did he turn down offers, or take long periods to create?  I should ask him.  Such great material collected here.

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« Reply #6651 on: December 07, 2017, 11:42:09 AM »

Unreleased Tuho material?

All I am aware of is Tuho on another compilation ( https://www.discogs.com/Various-Suomi-Finland-Noisecore/release/3130436 ) and it's a different track, so maybe?.. In my opinion, yes it's otherwise unavailable material (why wouldn't it be, they're a noisecore band(?))... Maybe that was a rhetorical question...

Not, it was a very serious question. Also, I have a Tuho CDR with 188-songs from 2003ish (official demo CDR), hence why I was asking. If the material on that compilation is unreleased as of yet, I might have to get it...
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« Reply #6652 on: December 07, 2017, 12:13:20 PM »

Unreleased Tuho material?

All I am aware of is Tuho on another compilation ( https://www.discogs.com/Various-Suomi-Finland-Noisecore/release/3130436 ) and it's a different track, so maybe?.. In my opinion, yes it's otherwise unavailable material (why wouldn't it be, they're a noisecore band(?))... Maybe that was a rhetorical question...

Not, it was a very serious question. Also, I have a Tuho CDR with 188-songs from 2003ish (official demo CDR), hence why I was asking. If the material on that compilation is unreleased as of yet, I might have to get it...

Sounds like they're new tracks (1-76 in about 4 mins), why would they cut a demo up? It's a great comp. any how, splash out I reckon, it's dead cheap on Discogs.
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« Reply #6653 on: December 07, 2017, 04:11:17 PM »

With a discography running to less than 10 minutes Sewer Drainer are a very nasty blob of ultra distorted grubby noise rock. (for fans of Violent students or Bloated Subhumans).
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« Reply #6654 on: December 07, 2017, 07:18:04 PM »

Prurient - Annihilationist 2011 - if you have any non-Alberich titled, Alberich collaborative or contributor favorites, please mention them.

He also played synth on Prurient's Stun Gun 7", which I just heard for the first time in the past year and would highly recommend.
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« Reply #6655 on: December 10, 2017, 09:54:54 AM »

Both new Järtecknet LP's has been getting lots of rotation.
Sewer Election "Internal" LP, at first seemed like there could be "more substance" - but then 5 times later, I'm in conclusion this could be the best S.E. album! It is noise, but not the old style harsh noise of S.E. It is tape-loop, amplifier experiments, but not the same way he did in kassettemusik or such. It appear more bleak, more rotten, more painful than albums before. Kind of delivering the true audio challenge and ripping difficulty what often lacks from "noise walls" and harsh noise. Somehow it made me think Repo era of Incapacitants - but being still totally different. Combination of having fierce edge of noise, curiosity and experimentation of art, the necessary sound-nerdiness of focusing on getting all the rot and decay to be just right way. Not just blasting energy.

Sfär LP, which is yet another Johansson / Ottoson collaboration. So what's different now? Sessions of scraping sounds and tape manipulations/loops, fierce ripping electronic damage.. I guess they could have easily continued this recording under one of the other names they have been using, but who am I to judge for someone doing multiple noise projects with some personal reason? hah... Also album what in first listen seemed quite anonymous, quite raw and bleak session... and grew to be masterpiece after several rotations.

Vidna Obmana "The Face That Must Die" CD
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Only listened once, so got to return into this. I've been appreciation all these re-releases of early stuff. This CD is between the old industrial - almost power electronics type of works and in moment of transition towards his later ambient works. It makes material very good. It still has the edge of raw industrial built inside it, but also his technical know-how and tools at hand has seemingly advanced a bit. I have never been very interested in his ambient works, just because I'm not listening ambient that much in general. Now becoming slightly curious to see what material would be inspiring and somehow "hand made" feel to it, even in his ambient works? Got to give this couple more listens first.

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two new tapes on Dogmatics in Outline good stuff, old Monochrome Visions label CD's, Genocide Organ "Civilization" both vinyl and CD set sounds very good.

 
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« Reply #6656 on: December 10, 2017, 01:35:38 PM »

yet another Johansson / Ottoson collaboration.

It's actually Gustafsson / Ottosson = Altar Of Flies + Blodvite.
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« Reply #6657 on: December 11, 2017, 04:48:57 PM »

Yes - Classic Yes LP+7" - picked this up cheap and in great condition few weeks ago after recommendations in the prog topic. I only really knew Yes through my Uncle who is a huge fan and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (Roundabout is the outro song). Figured for a band with a back catalogue as big as theirs might as well start with a greatest hits and damn if these hits aren't great. Somewhat surprising to me was a I had already heard quite a few of these songs and sort of knew them already. but then one of my friends I camp with always plays prog and such when we camp so that's probably why I knew some of these songs already. Anyways I'm very interested in checking out their full lengths from here.

Pain Nail - Magneettinen Kohtalo CD / S/T cassette - When Magneettinen Kohtalo came out I did not connect with it right away, and it felt like I was missing something since everyone else was praising it. Been revisiting it, especially while driving in the grim weather recently and it suddenly makes a lot more sense. the cassette which was put out for UFoI II is a really nice companion to it as well. I really dig the atmosphere of the album, the vast openness of the sound. I think before I was expecting something with more immediate punch, but now this seems even better than End Times, or at the very least as good.

Scatmother - Purulent Sublimity CD, Flowers of Maltreatment CD - giving these another go. much like my above comments, I'm enjoying these more as I get to know them better. I probably lean in preference towards Flowers... but they both have some really good tracks. looking forward to checking out Vaniticism sometime soon.

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« Reply #6658 on: December 17, 2017, 06:31:07 PM »

DARKTHRONE IS DEAD/ Noisecore
Rehearsal December 2017! Video clip

https://vimeo.com/247692102

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« Reply #6659 on: December 19, 2017, 03:21:23 AM »

Aeoga - Obsidian Outlander 2017 - if this was from the 90s, we'd be talking about this album in the 2000s and beyond.  Possibly a classic.

It's been a good couple of days for new discoveries.

Converter - Blast Furnace 2000 - so well done that I had to surrender.

Mark Shreeve - Embryo 1980 - fantastic synth music ala Schulze, Tangerine Dream, and any great that might come to mind...as good as it gets.  Looking forward to hearing these other old cassette albums.
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