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« Reply #195 on: March 18, 2010, 09:38:28 AM »

ORDER OF NINE ANGELS - "The Abyss Is The Gate" (C50, narco 006)
KLINIKAL SKUM - "Medicine Grin" (C60, narco 007)
BACHIR GEMAYEL - "Assassination" (one sided C80, narco 008)
FLESH COFFIN - "Demons In The Mist" (C40, narco 009)
WINCE - "Chaude-Pisse" (C20, narco011)
KNULLKRAFT - "Rannstensromantik" (one sided C40, narco012)


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« Reply #196 on: March 18, 2010, 10:46:19 AM »

POST SCRIPTVM "grey eminence" CD
TEsco 079
Hey, dammit! New Tesco release, which captured me with nice cover collage. 3 panel digipak with matte finish, with brownish/grey'ish collages. I thought release with this kind of cover can't be bad. And it wasn't. Most of it is very organic industrial. Bells or other "tonally ringing" percussion elements, some hi-tech editing perhaps, but most of all very tasty sounds. One of the tracks goes pretty close to modern day PE realms. With heavy flanger vocals and dense layers of loop sounds creating rhythmical piece. If you look at the Tesco catalogue, I would guess Contrastate is the closest reference?

check sound/visual teaser:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-xKHDHzphs&feature=player_embedded#

I know I have had this project for sale already several years ago, when they did releases on smaller labels. But well, for some reason, this CD just captured me instantly, while the past releases I somehow ignored.. Got to catch up with past, I guess.
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« Reply #197 on: March 18, 2010, 12:11:43 PM »

And lets say about the same for:
VORTEX "Phanopoeia" CD
Tesco 074
It starts little bit something in "Deflagation of Hell" era Deutsch Nepal maybem but due as many as 10 tracks in this CD, it goes into many places. Sometimes it is the well produced dark ambient realms, occasionally perhaps more experimental & hand made sounding. Good sounds of metal junks and various other sources. Never noisy, but well made. With listens of little of old D. Nepal and some Zoat Aon or such first, one couldn't go wrong choosing Vortex! Cover explains the artistic movement Vorticism which was spawned in England 1912 till 1915. Connected to Cubism. How much music manages to capture Vorticism ideals, is yet to really decide, since many tracks have somewhat ritualistic & "occult" wibe, while some may turn into more surreal sound compositions. Nevertheless, I reall there has been some questions about where you find more well crafted and hmmm.. "dramatic" industrial sound nowadays, and these couple new Tesco releases actually are something I'd immediately recommend! Not spilling their beans in first few minutes, but actually compositions done with talent and good ear for aesthetics of doing good album!
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« Reply #198 on: March 18, 2010, 12:39:39 PM »

POST SCRIPTVM "grey eminence" CD
I know I have had this project for sale already several years ago, when they did releases on smaller labels. But well, for some reason, this CD just captured me instantly, while the past releases I somehow ignored.. Got to catch up with past, I guess.

I am a die hard fan of them since I have listened the first track of the brilliant CD on Hermetique featuring Italian sample from Pasolini. It really made my hair grow back and fall again.
Also this CD is excellent.
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« Reply #199 on: March 18, 2010, 03:51:53 PM »

BURZUM "Belus" 2LP

Quite curious thing is, that this album hit the official record charts in Finland, as high as #8. There's new Jimi Hendrix, Lady Gaga, etc. Check out official IPFI listing for this week.
http://www.ifpi.fi/tilastot/virallinen-lista/albumit/2010/11
I find it pretty amusing, that Burzum album can be on top-10 charts.
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« Reply #200 on: March 18, 2010, 04:01:17 PM »

I read some awful reviews of that LP but most seemed to be someone with an ax to grind or just wanted to see Varg fail. After reading yours I decided to take the plunge and order it anyway. I'm still waiting to receive mine.

It is...strange that Burzum would be in any charts in any country, but I say good for him. There's now a rumor circulating with a link to a bogus website that all the proceeds for the LP are going to the earthquake victims in Haiti. What's even more amusing is that people believe it.
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« Reply #201 on: March 18, 2010, 04:09:04 PM »

It got a decent, although not raving, review in our biggest newspaper. The review was written by a knowledgable music journalist with a fairly open mind. I haven't read any other reviews in mainstream media here, so far. The album is distributed in Sweden by Bonnier, which is our largest media company. That would have been unthinkable in the nineties.
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« Reply #202 on: March 18, 2010, 05:00:54 PM »

with no prejudice regarding Burzum (although finding funny that some years ago he declared metal as nigger music) I was pretty bored by this.
it has a couple of good tracks, but lost interest at the second liten.
I don't like the voice and the production, yet it has some memorable riffs here and there.
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« Reply #203 on: March 18, 2010, 07:40:17 PM »



HELM - To an End, LP

Luke Younger from Birds of Delay releases the first LP with his solo project HELM. The A side with its looped coughs and wheezings managed to make me feel slightly nauseous. The B side is a long and very well made drone which grows Mariana Trench deep as it sneaks up on you. Not as unpleasant as the A side but then again not as mellow as the first encounter makes out either. If the A side is a mans dying moments the B side is the eternal after. The plunge into a deep beyond. This is very good!

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« Reply #204 on: March 18, 2010, 10:13:41 PM »

Re: HELM - is the a-side reminiscent of recent Sewer Election work?

About rereleases - listened again recently the old LOTUS EATERS "Mind control for infants" CD from 2002 (?) which recently have been rereleased on vinyl. Other reason for rerelease than being members from other "famous" groups this material is far from excellent to my ears and could definitely have stayed only on CD. Mostly made up by guitar and bass, both acoustic and electric with effects. Maybe parts of it actually sounds like later day EARTH material without the drums. There are a few tracks that flow pretty well but most parts are silent and dull, without direction. Mini-LP on Ajna was much better, four tracks with limited track times maybe made it more interesting?
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« Reply #205 on: March 18, 2010, 10:24:38 PM »

I doubt I've heard any recent Sewer Election at all so I can't say.

Regarding Lotus Eaters, the same can be said for the LP version of Ginnungagap's Remeindre album. It's nice if a good person like Andrew who runs AB made a bit of money, and I honestly wish him all the success in the world, but musically I'm unsure if this should even have made it onto a CD. As a tape for a promising new band yes but nothing more. Others may disagree.
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« Reply #206 on: March 19, 2010, 08:57:50 AM »

good new dark ambient from Tesco. Add to items mentioned in my recent mails also THO-SO-AA "identity" CD (tesco 081). Dark, gloomy, heavy on bass, subtle melody of slow keyboard waves. Loops and physical sounds. Was listening to their 7" on Drone couple weeks ago, and it is great. Would be total BS to say 7" doesn't work for "ambient" pieces. That 7" is great. Few moments on this CD I wasn't thrilled about, but overall it's nice to see this kind of good, yet unpretentious dark ambient releases.
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« Reply #207 on: March 19, 2010, 09:51:32 AM »

Didn't I say the 90's is back? Much to my liking.
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« Reply #208 on: March 19, 2010, 11:09:15 AM »

Pestdemon - Doppelganger

heavy and rumbling bass sound background and harsh elements. Top release for Pestdemon
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« Reply #209 on: March 20, 2010, 01:47:13 AM »

Will go to a birthdat-party and will give away "The best of 2009 playlist" on tape. So tonight, the following have been copied:

A:
Jay Abner – I'm so depressed
Viking Jews – Polynesian Islands
Blank Dogs – Keeping all the time
The Poppets – Hold Tight
Animal + Men – Dont misbehave in the new age
The Rats – Descending Shadows
White – Defiance of God
Ättestupa – Änglamakerskan
No Balls - Another Fucking Hammer
Hellvete – De Gek
Apatheia – Rot in the core
Pistol Disco – Evigt Grön (PWR Remix)
Blessure Grave - Making the death beds for teenage vampires

B:
Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words – No Words 9,57
Teeth - Friskväderstorget
Black To Comm – Musik Fur Alle
Peter Wright - Amtrak

Had to leave the noise out of it
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