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« Reply #7245 on: February 15, 2019, 11:55:42 PM »

TRERIKSRÖSET - Kristen Musik från Rågsved LP
Been going through this a number of times now, including a couple of sober listens during the day, and feel like I've got it now. One could say something along the lines of "vintage Treriksröset, dude, you know it's absolutely spectacular", or one could go off on a pretentious rant about how this is actually deeper than expected. Imma do both. This is vintage Treriksröset, dude, and you know it's absolutely spectacular. It should also be said that this is actually quite deep, and raises more than one interesting point about the nature of harsh noise and aesthetics in general. If you think you know pretty much what to expect, as I did, the brief intro is totally out of left field as far as the sonic atmosphere goes. For a brief moment I thought I had mistakenly stumbled onto some "post mortem" industrial stuff. This feeling was interrupted in a supremely surprising and equally satisfying way by pure, unmortem harsh noise of a type any fan of Sexregler will recognize instantly. Treriksröset, bitch. Extremely organic despite its sharp harshness, complex despite its virtually mono-layered structure and, most importantly: violent and chaotic without ever becoming obnoxious or annoying. These are things that could be said about all Treriksröset recordings, but apply more than ever when it comes to the two tracks making up the A side of this presentation of Christian music from Rågsved. The B side houses only the title track which, ever so subtly, crosses a barrier or two by somehow summoning angels of a a nature slightly more corporeal than you'd expect from previous encounters with this project. I've not been able to pinpoint it, but a certain physicality can be detected throughout the track; there's something industrial in the literal meaning of the word going on here. It's captivating, no matter what. As a final note on the actual sound, it should be said that when you realize you've spent five minutes listening to the locked grove before realizing that there even is a locked groove on the album, then you know you've found some good fucking harsh noise (as well as someone dedicated to getting his locked grooves just right). The cover and artwork is also mindblowing in its balanced perfection. It is too soon to start making lists over best 2019 releases, but whatever happens, Kristen Musik från Rågsved will make the top 3.
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« Reply #7246 on: February 16, 2019, 03:03:02 PM »

V/A "Lapse From Virtue" tape
Sound of Pig
Back in 1989 Yutaka Tanaka (s*core) compiled this C-60 of japanese noise for Sound Of Pig tape label. Even if many famous names are included, atmosphere is quite unlike the "japanese noise of the 90's".
Solmania, Merzbow and The Hanatarash next to industrial sound of Contagious Orgasm , S*Core, and delicate experimental violin sound of Agencement. And bunch of oddities Liminal, Nihilist Surfin' Group, Noizrt and Thug System to mention. It reminds far more the "experimental tape scene", than what was published just few years later as Japanoise. Not a perfect tape by any means, but good stuff nevertheless!

MACRONYMPHA "1990-91 vol. 2" tape
MSNP
All info that can be found about this is "Recorded 1990-91 Pittsburgh PA. Edition of 30 copies issued by Rodger Stella." Material sound somehow familiar at parts, but it is hard to say what kind of sessions this compiles? Is it unreleased stuff? Is it sound material that was later used on some other tapes? Almost entire C-90 is good stuff. Lots of metal noise loops, that are highly textured. One beat oriented track is quite useless among brilliant material.

KILLY DOG BOX "Against the forgetting" tape
Линия Шума
Russian label did tape version of that was year later re-released as CDR. Again one of the UK bands I have really no clue what and when they have been active and how this tape ended to my shelves. Edition of 59 copies, hand stamped covers, quite good experimental / ambient / industrial soundscapes of some sort. Not something I get overtly excited, but stuff I like to listen to while doing mailorder packages etc.

Another release with plenty of UK artists presence is PROTUBERANCE comp tape. Cementimental, Filthy Turd, Bongoleeros, and suddenly followed by massive track of Concrete Violin... tape just playing as we speak so still 3/4 to be listened before heading towards live gig of Blood of thee christ, Young Hustlers etc this evening!

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« Reply #7247 on: February 16, 2019, 05:31:01 PM »

Natural Orthodoxy - Trust Exercises. Cassette 2018. I discovered this project on here on the UK PE thread and decided to buy a tape after the link was posted. I did a full review on my blog. I liked how he pulled all the very different tracks together. I found the work very bleak in a Northern English way and thought that made it unique. There was a good sense of experimentation too, it didn't seem that conservative as a result. Like other younger UK stuff it seemed very personal and I liked that. I played a load of stuff off his Bandcamp and got into it, I will be on the discogs hunt for more stuff over time.

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« Reply #7248 on: February 18, 2019, 11:32:01 PM »

Reynols - Minecxio Emanations 1993-2018 box set 2019
Pica Disk

Monumental box set just released on Marhaug's imprint celebrating this cult Argentinian group.  Amazing lofi live recordings for the most part, some nice collaged approaches to how the tracks run together.  Improv and jam after improv and jam but I have been listening for hours with no boredom at all.  I'm not sure how but this band really manages to be a cut above lots of other free psych stuff of a similar nature.  Only here will I make mention of Miguel Tomasin's Down Syndrome condition as a possible reason for this?  It exists beyond just the scope of actively trying to be some kind of noisy improv band and simply....is what ever these guys do with very listenable results?

I'm only listening online as my box hasn't arrived yet and I can't wait to see the thing properly.  One of the best bands ever?!
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« Reply #7249 on: February 21, 2019, 11:26:18 PM »

Controlled Death  ‎– Black Lucifer Rising

Sickness  ‎– No One Cries For The Death Of A Disease...

Dark Sonority  ‎– Kaosrekviem

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« Reply #7250 on: February 22, 2019, 04:36:30 PM »

Climax Denial - All of My Loves Are Like Dreams - (Assembly of Hatred, 2010) - I bought this a few years ago and keep coming back to it from time to time.  I was doing some work so I drifted in and out of it. It does that low level thing, distant vocals etc and I think it does that very well. The reason it stood out is I was listening to a release that revelled in low level,vocals in the distance stuff and it didn't work as well and this is an example of that kind of thing being done very well. My Jewel Case for it is wrecked though, need to get a new one.

Climax Denial - Sexuality is a Curse - ( IDES recordings, 2006) - This I also got years ago, it's more explosive than the other release and I really got into it. This I got with the cd as I read about the IDES label and Climax Denial in As Loud as Possible. Do love these two bits I have by the project, but this tape really goes off on one and I like it more.

The Implicate Order Volume 1 and 2 - ( Self released, 2002 -3) This project was Justin Bennett and Paris Sadonis - I got rips of these from a friend as I knew Paris from Shadow Project and Premature Ejaculation. He's done loads of odd Dark Ambient stuff like this, Involution, Foxfairy, Paris, Gravehill, Witch. This is fairly dark with odd bits thrown in, it gets sparkly in parts and a bit PE in parts. I am slightly obsessed with this, it's like a lighter Premature Ejaculation, but good, will find these someday on original. It was self released and sold on the project's old MySpace, how I miss those innocent days of social media. I am a complete Premature Ejaculation obsessive and tend to like projects vaguely linked to it.

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« Reply #7251 on: February 22, 2019, 08:21:20 PM »

IRM "Closure" cd (Malignant Records)- goddamn, I would consider this a modern day classic of industrial music & the label has it for $5. It took me this long to buy the damn thing as it just slipped my mind back when it was causing a minor stir as it whether or not it was 'Power Electronics'. Who the fuck cares? It's intense & dramatic from start to finish. Highly Recommended esp. at the current price.

If anyone in the U.S. has Irm or Bladh-related materials, drop me a line.

S.P.K. "Live at the Crypt" cd (O.E.C.)- new reissue that's pretty damn good. Not a lot to say, really.
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« Reply #7252 on: February 22, 2019, 08:31:30 PM »

IRM "Closure" cd (Malignant Records)- goddamn, I would consider this a modern day classic of industrial music & the label has it for $5. It took me this long to buy the damn thing as it just slipped my mind back when it was causing a minor stir as it whether or not it was 'Power Electronics'. Who the fuck cares? It's intense & dramatic from start to finish. Highly Recommended esp. at the current price.

I need to revisit this. Not sure if I've heard it since it came out. I think my favourite IRM material might still be the stuff from the Nihil 2LP on CMI.
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« Reply #7253 on: February 22, 2019, 08:42:57 PM »

IRM "Closure" cd (Malignant Records)- goddamn, I would consider this a modern day classic of industrial music & the label has it for $5. It took me this long to buy the damn thing as it just slipped my mind back when it was causing a minor stir as it whether or not it was 'Power Electronics'. Who the fuck cares? It's intense & dramatic from start to finish. Highly Recommended esp. at the current price.

I need to revisit this. Not sure if I've heard it since it came out. I think my favourite IRM material might still be the stuff from the Nihil 2LP on CMI.

I pulled Nihil to give Irm another listen & have "Oedipus Dethroned" on the way along with an order for "Order" on Discogs I'm waiting for an invoice. I've always liked Irm but never gave the rel's much attention beyond the first listen. Hell, I didn't make it all the way through the Bladh/Sotos cd... "Closure", though, hit me instantly. Played it twice the day I received it.
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« Reply #7254 on: February 22, 2019, 10:40:52 PM »

I just got Irm's indications of nigredo in the mail today I ordered it out of the blue only because ive liked the concept of nigredo and I wanted to see what the image on the cover was up close!


Ive seen them live and heard a few things but nothing really stuck out, I'm excited listen
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« Reply #7255 on: February 22, 2019, 11:07:20 PM »

I just got Irm's indications of nigredo in the mail today I ordered it out of the blue only because ive liked the concept of nigredo and I wanted to see what the image on the cover was up close!


Ive seen them live and heard a few things but nothing really stuck out, I'm excited listen

I'm listening to "Indicator of Nigredo 1" on youtube right now & I want this record! His vocals are pretty much the same as on "Closure" but with more heavy PE elements. I also listened to the Four Studies For Crucifixion 10", which, is good but I prefer his vocals on Nigredo more. Excellent droning tones & panning heavy white noise.
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« Reply #7256 on: February 22, 2019, 11:31:18 PM »

I just got Irm's indications of nigredo in the mail today I ordered it out of the blue only because ive liked the concept of nigredo and I wanted to see what the image on the cover was up close!


Ive seen them live and heard a few things but nothing really stuck out, I'm excited listen

I'm listening to "Indicator of Nigredo 1" on youtube right now & I want this record! His vocals are pretty much the same as on "Closure" but with more heavy PE elements. I always listened to the Four Studies For Crucifixion 10", which, is good but I prefer his vocals on Nigredo more. Excellent droning tones & panning heavy white noise.

I think I'll spend some time revisiting IRM now that all of these titles are being brought up. Kind of realizing that I haven't listened to any in some time now. The Red Album is probably their ultimate work - have you heard that one, Keith?
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« Reply #7257 on: February 23, 2019, 05:49:03 AM »

Martin Bladh is one of great talents/unique minds in this genre. His solo works/collaborations are all brilliant too! There are some on YouTube.
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« Reply #7258 on: February 23, 2019, 05:55:54 AM »

IRM - Indications of NigredoMan. Leave it to Seger Huva to yet again provide me with one of my favorite releases. Perfect clear drones and classic decaying/delaying textures. One thing I notice a lot in PE that I really am turned off by is copycat vocal delivery when it comes to timing- none of that predictability here- and very sincere delivery as well.


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« Reply #7259 on: February 23, 2019, 08:55:36 AM »

I just got Irm's indications of nigredo in the mail today I ordered it out of the blue only because ive liked the concept of nigredo and I wanted to see what the image on the cover was up close!


Ive seen them live and heard a few things but nothing really stuck out, I'm excited listen

I'm listening to "Indicator of Nigredo 1" on youtube right now & I want this record! His vocals are pretty much the same as on "Closure" but with more heavy PE elements. I also listened to the Four Studies For Crucifixion 10", which, is good but I prefer his vocals on Nigredo more. Excellent droning tones & panning heavy white noise.

I love IRM. I think that 12” is the single best I release. But Order4 is very good too, and pretty similar. The addition of the bass guitar really kicks it up a notch. But now Im remembering how good Virgin Mind is too...
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