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« Reply #690 on: December 21, 2010, 09:54:43 AM »

There is old session of Nihilist Commando meet D.Fernow, recorded maybe 4-5 years ago in Finland. Don't know if it will be published or not.

but playlist:
Putrefier & Romance live collab 2007 LP
Harbinger
Damn, this sounds pretty close to recent LAFMS event Putrefier live? And then he had 3 members from one other band collaborating. You can't expect much of "Romance" type of killer harsh noise here. In fact, first listening was adjusted way too low in stereos. I was sitting down in chair, thinking should I turn it up, or will there be soon some total explosion of volume? No, there wasn't. So new rotation with more volume. This morning I decided to give more spin, and I know I must have said this before, but perhaps my tastes has matured. Not only tend to drink scott whiskey for taste of it, and finally "learned" to drink this crap you call coffee, but also learned to appreciate the noise, that seemingly goes nowhere. When the LP starts, it operates in ultra high pitched electronics. Metal sounds are not like huge sheets, but little think clatter without been loudly amplified. Electronic noises are short and fast. A lot of it is like clicks, pops, short lazer shots. Material indeed steps further and further away from the early "PE" of Putrefier, and perhaps even further and further from his Hyper Tension Classics era harsh noise. One could throw references to old electro acoustic and experimental electronic music. Good thing in this is, that each sound is very distinctive. You can follow texture of multiple things happening, you can hear the occasional effects what are placed in strategically good moments. Like from layers of dry and thin electronics noodling, one suddenly goes to deep bass levels while some other has short moment of extensive echo, which doesn't really disappear into chaos, but you can follow the duration and detail of echo with everything else happening on top of it. And this is one of the things what is missing in genres like PE or Dark Ambient. Artists not being able to see that even if echo is good, it may not be THAT good, if it becomes mandatory routine element to drive everything through it. Instead of using it with skill and taste. Nothing in this recording sounds like they would just leave equipment to do their thing. It seems like 2 guys are hands-on, actively processing sound all the time.
If you seek for noise a'la Romance or old/mid era Putrefier, forget this. If you seek for experimental electronic works, it's very nice.
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« Reply #691 on: December 21, 2010, 09:59:16 AM »


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« Reply #692 on: December 21, 2010, 08:46:04 PM »

Masked Diode [Chusu Shinshoku]

New EP CDr released by [...]dotsmark. Very good constructed power-electronics. Every noise layer stand out very clear together with the heavy distorted vocals, thanks to the great recordings work.
Pro printed CDr in DVD case with poster, insert and patch.

http://www.dotsmark.com/
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« Reply #693 on: December 22, 2010, 12:25:31 AM »

Ooh I like the look of the artwork for that. Gonna have to check it out.
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« Reply #694 on: December 23, 2010, 04:29:02 PM »

THOROFON - Maximum Punishment Solutions LP

The KE/HIL - Hellstation LP arrived today but I haven't listened to it yet. This youtube clip of their gig in Mannheim sounds good though. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXMQkZDSdlE&feature=player_embedded
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« Reply #695 on: December 24, 2010, 03:28:35 AM »

That Thorofon LP is pretty damn good as is their debut 7" appearance on State-Art. A split, I think?

Listening to Consumer Electronics "Crowd Pleaser" LP- it's ok. I'd like it more if his vocals were mixed a little lower into the electronics. Weak static/buzzing & his voice isn't very interesting, let alone, powerful.
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« Reply #696 on: December 25, 2010, 09:24:23 PM »

Yes, great album and another testament to what a force the German industrial PE genre once was. 7" is a split with Idpa who I'm unsure who it was/is. Still not too expansive so I might get that at some point.
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« Reply #697 on: December 26, 2010, 09:55:49 AM »

idpa is not very good, but Thorofon is. I think I should probably re-listen Idpa stuff. I recall it was boring minimal electronic noise. Or not noise, perhaps more minimal hum of sound, so perhaps it could be good now..
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« Reply #698 on: December 29, 2010, 06:35:03 AM »

bo cavenfors & kristian olsson-dödens ö/die toteninsel

pretty good but I wished there would have been quieter parts during the narration as bo has a creepy voice and I would have gotten more of the words. jag äter kuken....fittan fittan fittan...fisk äter pojkar.
I couldnt hear the human bone trumpets and I did try.


got my "free for being an asshole" copy of sky burials kiehtan. not my cup. I like texture and this was too slick sounding. maybe a little new age also but then not being prog enough to raise my intrest.

also listened to the first track of the confessions...album from fire in the head: very good electronic body music/discoindustrial
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« Reply #699 on: December 31, 2010, 05:12:26 AM »

STROM.ec - Divine Legions Beyond Psyche CD
Dead Voices On Air - Shap CD
Prurient - Fossil CD
Family Battle Snake - Vomit Dolls CDr

Skinny Puppy - VIVIsectVI LP
classic. HUMAN DISEASE

Author & Punisher - saw him play two weeks ago. I was really disappointed with the performance to be honest.


Classic indeed. Although the CD version boasts the extra tracks. Just wanted to spin it on vinyl though. The album is a very prominent highlight in their discography, make no mistake! Skinny Puppy will always be one of my favourite bands but it is sad how little they have achieved, with the exception of live performances, since their comeback a good 10 years ago. They are of course missing a third of their brilliance who has been and gone. Saying that, they were fantastic when I saw them in July but maybe because they stuck to the classics. The last two albums barely shine a light to the majority of their back catalogue - but I read somewhere that Ogre has claimed the forthcoming album will be very "raw". I will believe that when I hear it. Allegedly it will be called In Solvent See which is related to the insolvency of the record label who released their last two albums. If that is not a prime example of their general decline then I do not know what is. On a lighter note, that Fractal Zoom bootleg CD has some fantastic live versions of a lot of the Bites tracks. I have a spare copy for sale or trade with any other Puppy maniacs - I am particularly interested in obtaining the Heavens Trash, Intolerance and Land Of Technology CD bootlegs or the Choralone 5" flexi.

Author & Punisher has to be one of the only new projects that genuinely excited me. As soon as I heard Doppler I bought the CD. Crushing, well executed brutality at its finest. It may sound like Godflesh in places but to be honest, anything with guitars and a drum machine may steer close to that sound. A lot of genres I like are moulded together without appearing too contrived or out of place. Having seen videos of Tristan's setup it looks like something that is innovative yet perhaps difficult to pull off live. What did you not like about the performance you saw? Highly recommended regardless.

This may only be my second post here but I already prefer it to Chondritic Sound (do not even get me started on Noiseguide...) - nice to see some actual discussion happening. I should have joined here when I first browsed the forum a year ago, but it was pretty dead then!
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« Reply #700 on: December 31, 2010, 10:37:03 AM »

Sshe Retina Stimulants "margini sonori II", didn't enjoy this much

Folkstorm - "Victory Or Death", listening to this one a lot lately

MAAAA - "Human Waste", really liked this one more than other stuff I heard from this project in the past... I think this one gets more in the Death Industrial, PE vein.. will do more spins for sure

Haare - "Exogenesis" great tape

OVMN "Optimum Volume Maximum Noise", revisiting this dubbed C60 since I noticed Industrial Recollections reissued it, when did that happen? awesome!
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« Reply #701 on: December 31, 2010, 07:29:05 PM »

Allegedly it will be called In Solvent See which is related to the insolvency of the record label who released their last two albums.

They already used "In Solvent See" as the name of the 2009 tour, which of course featured none of the songs from the 2011 album.  I doubt the album will reuse the name. 
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« Reply #702 on: January 03, 2011, 07:49:31 PM »

Mania - Insidious and Alone (tape, Freak Animal): good noise, sparse use of vocals, but when they're used, they're very effective! Altogether, I prefer the Ultra-Negative album though.
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« Reply #703 on: January 03, 2011, 09:10:46 PM »

haus arafna - you LP
black witchery - inferno of sacred destruction LP
revenge - infiltration.downfall.death LP
deathkey - doctrine... 2LP
goatmoon - death before dishonour digi

great mixture....
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« Reply #704 on: January 03, 2011, 09:16:22 PM »

Hum of the Druid - Societal LP
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