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« Reply #6540 on: September 27, 2017, 04:09:58 AM »

Cominform self-titled CS (NNP, 2017)
       Extra rough and blurry, simplistic “tape loop atrocities” (distributor description) that for a while are barely discernible as loops until rhythm is emphasized later, before some voice snippets kick in with skittery pitch-speed work.  Very nice warping that sounds “physical.” Lots of bleed-through without much distinction between layers/details (which later is less the case, especially once some truly weird reverb effects kick in), and a nice sense of texture. Wouldn't be surprised if most of the sound was sourced from thrift store tapes or even the sound of tape machines themselves. Almost Haters-type stuff going early on the B-side, moving to more Sewer Election-ish territory. Has more dynamic differences between surface high details and bassy undercurrent than A-side...I'm actually somewhat confident the B-side is just a rearranged version of the A-side, about thirty minutes total. For fans of whirr, buzz, crunch, warble, flutter and squeal. Not quite as developed in terms of a specific sound, but may appeal to listeners of Shredded Nerve, Current Worming, what have you. Will follow in the future if there's more to come.
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« Reply #6541 on: September 27, 2017, 01:12:14 PM »

Cominform self-titled CS (NNP, 2017)
       Extra rough and blurry, simplistic “tape loop atrocities” (distributor description) that for a while are barely discernible as loops until rhythm is emphasized later, before some voice snippets kick in with skittery pitch-speed work.  Very nice warping that sounds “physical.” Lots of bleed-through without much distinction between layers/details (which later is less the case, especially once some truly weird reverb effects kick in), and a nice sense of texture. Wouldn't be surprised if most of the sound was sourced from thrift store tapes or even the sound of tape machines themselves. Almost Haters-type stuff going early on the B-side, moving to more Sewer Election-ish territory. Has more dynamic differences between surface high details and bassy undercurrent than A-side...I'm actually somewhat confident the B-side is just a rearranged version of the A-side, about thirty minutes total. For fans of whirr, buzz, crunch, warble, flutter and squeal. Not quite as developed in terms of a specific sound, but may appeal to listeners of Shredded Nerve, Current Worming, what have you. Will follow in the future if there's more to come.

Sounds ace from your description. I need it I guess.
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« Reply #6542 on: September 27, 2017, 06:43:14 PM »

TORBA

ggran (2016)
gurvl (2017)

rewindin and replayin these... crude found sound collages... xlent shit!!
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« Reply #6543 on: September 28, 2017, 01:29:19 PM »

The Muse by Sutcliffe Jugend is so good I can hardly bare to listen to it.
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« Reply #6544 on: September 28, 2017, 05:30:07 PM »

Mania - Little Pieces of Violence CD - Phage Tapes - it's hard to say what makes one Mania release better than the next, but something about this album has a perfect balance of all the things I enjoy about Mania. crisp and clear sound which serves the metal work so well; fried electrical fizzing; those weird low end synths; and of course, vocal eruptions from beneath it all. there's an actual sense of album progression and things really pick up in the 2nd half of the CD. the aforementioned Klute sample in the last track makes it the stand out for me. I love that movie and the track has the most effective atmosphere of dread and violence. this is just hitting me perfectly. highly recommended.

Mania / Bloomer - Ready to Do Damage LP - Gaping Hole - only had a chance to listen to the a-side which is the collab portion. good stuff, not super brutal but very damaged sounding which I dig. looking forward to playing the b-side tonight.

Anenzephalia - Noehaem LP - Tesco - got this album super cheap a year or two ago. I've started to prefer it over everything else. even though it's simpler in a certain sense than other Anenzephalia material, and less aggressive, the atmosphere is unrivaled. anyone have the tape re-issue with the extra track? is it worth picking up for that?

Transgressor - Ether for Scapegoat Cassette - Hexed Cemetery - great reissue of this early Japanese death metal album. picked this up 2 years ago and it's grown on me since. The album is solid, but unusual in sound. it's not very "heavy" in terms of brutality or slowness/speed or production. it's more weird and twisting than anything. it's easy to hear ideas that would later be developed more in Anatomia, albeit at a much slower tempo. on this re-issue comp tracks are added to the end of the tape, while not necessary, they're a nice addition. they are more aggressive and straight forward. if you're into Japanese death metal, or just weirder death metal generally, I definitely recommend this one.
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« Reply #6545 on: September 29, 2017, 11:22:21 AM »

Worryingly I got up and listened to The Victim As Beauty by Sutcliffe Jugend
I am now listening to Bleeding Head Wound by Richard Ramirez
Prior to that my inner hunchback was desperate to (and did) hear VHS Rip by Rummaging

Soon, Biocyst.
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« Reply #6546 on: September 29, 2017, 03:15:19 PM »

Beyond Enclosure - Dungeon of Total Void (CD, Malignant Records): Bleak, rather claustrophobic PE/Death Industrial, rumbling synths, emotionless vocals. Good stuff!

Maybe little surprising that this has not been mentioned more? There is perhaps some relation to Sektor 304. If nothing else, then at least Coelho mentioned as guy who mixed it. I know it could appear lame to make comparison to Puce Mary, AntiChildLeague and such, just because there is female responsible for commando, electronics, devices, metal etc., but there is some similarities beyond gender. At the same time, it hardly requres to be compared with them. You could also describe this to be tasty s/m themed industrial. At the same time traditionally industrial, but at the same time almost surprising to be on Malignant Records as level of physicality and noisiness gets to very different levels than one can usually expect from labels releases.

Lots of piercing feedback, brutal cold electronics echoing in chamber, repeating patterns of rhythms, but not beats or anything danceable. Sound quality feels as if this was recorded live or some other ways than simply line-in or software based. Some synths feel simulations, but even they are blurred with sound quality byond "virtual effects". Not blown up analogue tape, but this slightly tinny and distant feeling makes it better than many clean sounding releases. At the same time, it doesn't have crunchy and loud pressure.

I'd surely recommend to check out.

HALTHAN "Strength Throught Dis-ease" tape
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Best Halthan? I guess so! I'd dare to say that musically, this must be the moment when Halthan finally lives up to all expectations. Really well done, good and grim post-mortem / industrial-waste / power electronics. Fine traditions of The Grey Wolves, Survival Unit, and so on. Perhaps even little bit of Con-Dom type of feel. Multi-layered textures with actually good sound and interesting compositions of sound. Vocals could blend in a bit better, but otherwise one could say that I'd be surprised if someone wouldn't be into offering full length for band after this...

Various ‎– Drone-Mind // Mind-Drone Vol. 2 LP
Various ‎– Drone-Mind // Mind-Drone Vol. 3 LP
Various ‎– Drone-Mind // Mind-Drone Vol. 4 LP

Drone Records
Been fan of Drone Records 7"s, but never before I listened this "new" series of compilation LP's. Basically same idea. 4 artists per LP giving them length of 7" to deal with. What we have here, lacks the personality of individual 7", but at the same time, my strong assumption is that vast majority of people rather listen LP than four 7"s? On negative side, I don't like the design, but as positive side, this allows Drone Records to keep putting out drone and experimental sound on vinyl, in affordable and listener friendly format. I feel that forcing drone projects to submit into relatively short format is good. No 70 minute pieces of slowly evolving minimalism, but you got 10 min max. Show what you got. Other succeed. Other far from perfect. General rule to me is: The less software, the less contemporary gear in general - the better.
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« Reply #6547 on: September 30, 2017, 10:01:52 PM »

re: drone

once sir särkkä of kaukana väijyy ambient label was playin DJ set of ambient/hypno stuff. bag full of drone records records (heh) and playin 2 at the same time. changing speeds and fading back and forth between decks, but goin mostly with 2 playin on top of each other -- brilliant!!
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« Reply #6548 on: October 01, 2017, 04:36:57 PM »

Discordance - Supremacy CD

PE-Project by Gabriele Giuliani (Dead Body Love). Damn good! Lots of feedback and nasty vocals.
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« Reply #6549 on: October 02, 2017, 12:03:14 AM »

BRB - Der Gipfel Der Genüsse tape

German noisecore classic from 1992, goes from wild short blasts of brutality to silly samples of children songs in German, butchered "Personal Jesus" cover (of Depeche Mode), random noise, and more brutal blasts.
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« Reply #6550 on: October 02, 2017, 12:24:48 AM »

Francisco Lopez; i have some of his untitled pieces and was listening to them today. I find it really hard to make up my mind about this artist. One dimensional, monotonous sounds + lack of packaging and/or information makes it really hard to get in his material. On the other hand, some of his stuff sounds nice..
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« Reply #6551 on: October 02, 2017, 12:26:35 AM »

Discordance - Supremacy CD

PE-Project by Gabriele Giuliani (Dead Body Love). Damn good! Lots of feedback and nasty vocals.

Yes, i love this one too! For those who do not have it; lots of cheap copies around..
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« Reply #6552 on: October 02, 2017, 09:27:29 PM »

Am currently listening to The Tom Smith and Kevin Drum(m?) collab. which is absolutely absolutely absolutely amazing completely dense and constantly permutating
prior I was listening to a bit of Aaron Dilloway, Taeter and lots of Filthy Turd. I also checked out Peterson's Im Blau - Nocturnes​/​Etudes which I thought was very cool.
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« Reply #6553 on: October 03, 2017, 01:20:05 PM »

Sete Star Sept - Messenger From The Darkness: Grindcore turned in a slurry, loving it.
Satyricon - Nemesis Divinia - Overly produced, overly melodic artefact from my past.
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« Reply #6554 on: October 03, 2017, 02:12:30 PM »

Francisco Lopez; i have some of his untitled pieces and was listening to them today. I find it really hard to make up my mind about this artist. One dimensional, monotonous sounds + lack of packaging and/or information makes it really hard to get in his material. On the other hand, some of his stuff sounds nice..

I have way too many of his releases and its hard to remember what one "untitled" release sounds like compared to all the other "untitled" releases. But, couple years back he released a series of field recordings from various jungle/forest locations and I would highly recommend them. His album of New York tower recordings from 2001 is still a great late night listen
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