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« Reply #765 on: January 18, 2011, 01:10:31 PM »

Twodeadsluts Onegoodfuck (12"LP, Apop Records): Short noise attacks, with lots of feedback and rather strong vocals. B-side tracks are a bit longer and a less chaotic, but 'Another Dead Walpole Kid' sounds very bleak. Good stuff, even though it only lasts for about 17mins.

Twodeadsluts Onegoodfuck - Girls Born in the Nineties (3"CD, Apop Records): 14 tracks in 8 minutes. 4 tracks in the same vein as the LP, 10 tracks, forming one longer track, titled Girls Born in 1990 to Girls Born in 1999. Good stuff as well, though from the first listen I like the LP a bit more.

Neuntöter Der Plage - Swine (7", Nurse Etiquette): Dark Ambient/Death Industrial with Black Metal shrieking vocals with delay. Simple formula, very dark outcome, really like this.

Lodge of the Ancient Order - In Nomine Diabolus (7", Hellville Records): Read something about this obscure act and got interested, so I bought it to check it out. No bad guess. Kind of mixture between ritual/ceremonial drumming and a layer of noise, makes me think, together with the packaging aesthetic (being simple, but in a sort of medieval style), about Hexentanz, more or less same sort of atmosphere even though the music is different.
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« Reply #766 on: January 19, 2011, 01:45:20 AM »

Any infos about the current status of the project or if it´s member (Daniel Wihlstrand) is doing something under some other monicker?

I think it is pretty much over. Last time I met Daniel (a year or two ago) he hadn't been doing any music for ages. He is a playwright today and to my understanding that is what he does.

Thanks for the info!
Interesting to know the guy is a playwright now.

As for a playlist, I was trying to organize my tapes today and listened some nice old stuff:
- 7 MON / NECROSE split tape
- FINAL EXIT / NAPALMED split tape
- PAINJERK / STEAM SYMPHONY split tape
- EYEHATELUCY "The First Attempt"
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« Reply #767 on: January 19, 2011, 04:25:32 AM »

Ash Pool - World Turns On Its Hinge CD
Bauhaus - Kick In The Eye (Searching For Satori E.P.) 7"
The Sisters Of Mercy - Temple Of Love 7"
Killing Joke - America 7"
Killing Joke - My Love Of This Land 7"
Killing Joke - A New Day 7"
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« Reply #768 on: January 19, 2011, 08:48:56 PM »

Ramleh - Hole In In The Heart 2CD
I've never really investigated this group properly. The interviews in ALAP and Niche Homo raised my interest enough to acquire some more cheap examples. Very nice stuff, atmospheric and yet it doesn't wander off too much to pointless directions or detours. I can definitely see the connection to "desolate urban lanscapes". The bleak psychedelic touches are just perfect.

Tangerine Dream - Cyclone LP
I guess this one is generally considered to be the sell-out album from this bunch? Doesn't matter, I like it all the same. Side A is more prog/pop-influenced but very well done with some stellar vocals. Side B on the other hand does the full-on kosmische thing for one long track.
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« Reply #769 on: January 20, 2011, 05:27:57 AM »

Bizarre Uproar - Filthy Communions 2005/2009 CD
Bizarre Uproar - Musta Rotta 7"
Macronympha / Bizarre Uproar - Split 7"
Perispirit / Cowards - Split 7" lathe
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« Reply #770 on: January 20, 2011, 04:38:43 PM »

One Dark Eye "Transmissions of the Fistulae Auris"
Taeter "Parasite"
Kakerlak / A Fail Association split
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« Reply #771 on: January 21, 2011, 12:53:07 AM »

The Pheromoans - s/t, CS Weird garage punk. Not sure about if its good or not, some tracks make sense and some not.
Trepaneringsritualen - Septentrional, CS A big step forward from the HHR tape, looking forward for new releases.
Pulse Emitter - Longing Tresholds, CS
Key - Crown of Winter, CD Really nice folk, wouldnt dare to call it neo-folk but it kinda similar. Have played this disc constantly since I got it.
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« Reply #772 on: January 21, 2011, 03:13:42 PM »

mutiilation - 1992-2002 ten years of depressive destruction 2LP

dwarr - animals LP
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« Reply #773 on: January 21, 2011, 10:02:55 PM »

Teintablood - Seven Chalices
Genocide Organ - In-Konflikt
Survival Unit - Will To Zero
Nyogthaeblisz - Apocryphal Progenitors of Mankind's Tribulation
Deathkey - Doctrine Of Intolerant Hatred
Blasphemy - Fallen Angel of Doom
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« Reply #774 on: January 21, 2011, 11:26:31 PM »

Severin Bestombes (Vom Horse Gore Club) "Auszug und abgesang" LP (Punch)
--Some years old side-project LP from Nový Svet's Jürgen Weber, far away from their other works as NS, this is more into calmer experimental dadaistic vein. Focus on soundscape with strange breaks more than collage. Good, and requires repeated listenings.

Robert Turman "Way down" LP (Dais)
--Old works from 1987. I haven't heard the tape set Hanson released but I guess this must be quite different from those recordings. This is guitardriven, instrumental monotone synthpop almost. Only a few good tracks and hardly the masterpiece the label tells us.

Andrés Krause "Move ground" LP (Streamline)
--Two long tracks of the slow, and intense, calm drone with field recordings I enjoy a lot. Fits nicely on Christoph Heemann's label.

Ke/Hil "Hellstation" LP (Tesco)
--Haven't heard much of this one anywhere? Strange, considering it's Wilhelm H. from Genocide Organ and B. Moloch from Anenzephalia/G.O. Quite easy listening and not really upsetting material, stuff in the T.G. vein, coupled with influences from more accessible synth/industrial music. Good, but not genuinely engaging. I had preferred new Anenzephalia any day!
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« Reply #775 on: January 22, 2011, 04:54:37 AM »

Panicsville+Prurient - Rubber Baron 8": Crude and noisy synth with alternating pitched-down spoken word and shrieking vocals. Sources seem to indicate this is a split release but sounds like a collaboration to me. I think I like this release a lot.
Curved Blade - Be Like Death cs: Supposedly Bone Awl+Prurient+Akitsa collaboration project? Enjoyable but far too short and the ideas don't seem fully fleshed out. I definitely like some of the things I am hearing but would like to have seen more time/thought put into this release and have a solid full length.
Prurient+Nico Vascellari - Jesus 2xcs: Nice stuff! One side on each cassette of a live collaboration and the other side (I'm presuming) is a collage studio work. Live actions are minimal with lots of feedback and screaming, the "studio" tracks are moody incorporating spoken samples. Liking this a lot.
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« Reply #776 on: January 22, 2011, 10:45:49 AM »

Ke/Hil "Hellstation" LP (Tesco)
--Haven't heard much of this one anywhere? Strange, considering it's Wilhelm H. from Genocide Organ and B. Moloch from Anenzephalia/G.O. Quite easy listening and not really upsetting material, stuff in the T.G. vein, coupled with influences from more accessible synth/industrial music. Good, but not genuinely engaging. I had preferred new Anenzephalia any day!

Maybe it hasn't yet been spread very widely? I have heard people getting it already month(s?) ago, but still waiting my copies. Expecting LP and CD to distribution as well.

I haven't seen anyone to mention Pacific 213 2xCD release either. And it SHOULD be of interest of anyone into old industrial-noise. We're talking of double CD collecting material from old reel-to-reel tapes from bands archives.. and was it mainly era of 1st LP and before? Not just re-issue of something, but actually stuff what has been never heard before. That too, I'm still waiting to get. For myself, and for sale.

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« Reply #777 on: January 22, 2011, 08:05:27 PM »

The only thinkg I remember frm Pacfic 231 was the LP that had a tarpaper sleeve, "Power Focus" & it wasn't very good. Never checked anything else out from them. Is earlier material better?
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« Reply #778 on: January 22, 2011, 10:48:57 PM »

http://www.special-interests.net/forum/index.php?topic=45.0

Unusual Perversions LP = totally great. And in my opinion, far better than anything that came after. That's why waiting for the 2xCD of old stuff.
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« Reply #779 on: January 22, 2011, 11:16:05 PM »

I d/l'd "Unusual Perversions" so give it a listen soon. Says it comes from a tape..

Holy shit, this is good!
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