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« Reply #6660 on: November 30, 2017, 06:41:55 PM »

Tenebrae In Perpetuum  ‎– Onori Funebri Rituali
A name I overlooked back in the 2000s when they were active. Immediately dropped $100 on a few LPs. Great riffs, hateful vocals. Relatively simple but I like that.
One of my personal favorite black metal albums but the sophomore album is fantastic as well. Drumming/drum sound is just flawless, cold and piercing guitar work and vocals flow perfectly.

Demonomantic  ‎– Blessed in Eternal Cruelty
See above. This is fucking nuts black/death. Effected voices wavering in and out. Prefer this approach much more over Proclamation or other bands in the style.
Congrats for scoring one!

And since I'm here... well, playing vinyl version of Oksennus "Valkoinen Jättiläinen" atm. Happy to get it from the band since buying from the label in China would've end up costing me close to 50€ for one LP and Kalle was kind enough to include the latest Hirveä demo in the package as well. One of the more daring and experimental death metal bands out there without coming across as pretentious, artfaggy or just plain annoying. Some of the members are active supporters of our noise/PE scene which is nice. These are not some pansies scared to get down and dirty as we like it here in Finland. About the pressing, from MPO so quality there. I had the self-released tape version of this already but only remember that it sounded a bit thin. This one might sound a bit better but at some points the bass is a bit overpowering which could've been fixed during mastering process. The music itself is top notch, totally crazy and unpredictable twists and turns yet all the members are in perfect sync. Like improv and math mixed together or free jazz with skill and direction in form of death metal. Not even a single annoying riff which is an achievement in itself when speaking about experimental metal music. The latest album, Sokea Idiootti is fantastic as well... I'm sucker for those doomy sections on that album. The Bestial Burst vinyl version sounds just flawless. Monolithic sound on that one! All around great band!
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« Reply #6661 on: November 30, 2017, 07:54:12 PM »


Am Not - First Morbid Vibrations
Contemporary Am Not is so strong and dominant that my initial fear was that this may suffer in comparison. This was not the case, though. Very nice and deep sounds, not quite as aggressive as some of his best new stuff, but still very musical and round. Certainly a very good idea to reissue this and recommended, of course.


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« Reply #6662 on: December 01, 2017, 08:07:29 AM »

In a recent observations with FB over the last month, clearly they have implemented algorithms to 'choke' the reach of both site pages as well as individual profiles. Consequently I predict a mass exodus or underground types from the site as a result - but we shall see.

Regardless, I figured I would start to post reviews here again.

Today my short reviews of the latest G/O 7" and Ke/Hil 12" went up here: https://wp.me/p2IChd-1bT
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« Reply #6663 on: December 01, 2017, 08:30:10 PM »

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Tenebrae In Perpetuum  ‎– Onori Funebri Rituali
A name I overlooked back in the 2000s when they were active. Immediately dropped $100 on a few LPs. Great riffs, hateful vocals. Relatively simple but I like that.


Havent heard the 3rd album but 1&2 and demo etc are all perfect.  Sound quality, intensity, riffs - memorable cold and powerful tracks. 

I enjoy peripheral projects related but TIP itself is the perfect articulation of Black Metal "styled" playing.

Regularly in rotation.
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« Reply #6664 on: December 01, 2017, 11:18:57 PM »


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?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Gurdjieff

And it's a great album, indeed. Sick Seed never delivers 'more of the same' but always is good stuff. One of the big names in this huge-in-number-but-tiny scene.
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« Reply #6665 on: December 02, 2017, 12:36:07 AM »

Sleep Column - Colleen Dawn Adams
The first in the "Walls about missing people" series on Wall Noise Action, Colleen Dawn Adams is also the 842nd release on Wall Noise Action. The dedication of the Russian HNW online community (consisting as it does of like two people) cannot be doubted. The sound on this one is very much what we've all come to expect from Sleep Column: bass dominated harsh noise with a distinct texture. It's massive and consistent enough so you can basically skip around to your heart's content without hearing any relevant shifts in the sound, but still not literally an uninterrupted or static wall. There are tiny little rasps, strange little conundrums and always, always that ripping, urgent bass howl underlying the whole deal. Great stuff, at least if you sometimes think regular harsh noise has too much going on. No eardrum-piercing shock noises here: what you hear during the first minute, is what you get for the next thirty minutes. There are two tracks (each, of course, "untitled"), and they do in fact differ quite a lot from each other. Whichever order you play them in, the second one you listen to is always better.
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« Reply #6666 on: December 02, 2017, 06:58:21 PM »

And since I'm here... well, playing vinyl version of Oksennus "Valkoinen Jättiläinen" atm. Happy to get it from the band since buying from the label in China would've end up costing me close to 50€ for one LP

Sheesh, glad I grabbed the tape copy of this a while back so I can ignore the discogs flippery that seems inevitable. Seems kind of pointless to do 100 copies of an LP for a band that NWN! just signed but hey, what do I know? Anyway, they're a great band, I really dig whatever the heck they're doing. Sokea Idiootti is so frickin' wild, and I'm really looking forward to hearing what they release next.
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« Reply #6667 on: December 03, 2017, 04:16:53 PM »

PROMETHEAN
It's a french black metal band with quite technical skills and keyboards.
Saw them live yesterday, it reminded me of old EMPEROR, with the sound and atmosphere it seemed really end 90's :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZe5MtTxpZc
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« Reply #6668 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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eRkB5nm8bg
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« Reply #6669 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 #6670 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 #6671 on: December 06, 2017, 01:11:50 PM »

Unreleased Tuho material?
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« Reply #6672 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 #6673 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 #6674 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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