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« Reply #870 on: February 23, 2011, 12:57:54 PM »

HALTHAN/BRANDCOMMANDO Split TAPE
Nice Halthan eagle logo. First H track brilliant, thick sound wall w/commanding vocals. Good sample placement. next 2 would perhaps have benefitted loud amps type of recording method. Last one NO REMORSE cover live and loud in bunker, very much what I like: filthy fierce and chaotic. Just like Halthan live has been at best.  
BC starts w/easy listening frequencies, loop like door going forth and back. I could listen this w/my grandmother and have a nice cup of tea. at some point feedback gets nastier creating strange mixture of hard and soft. nice idea. Unfortunately overall sounds are way too much "guy sitting front of lap top" like.

SHIFT"Morose" TAPE
Bleak,disturbing,Negative,Sick.Slowly evolving sounds and perfectly balanced vocals. Damn good! Vinylworthy.
 
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« Reply #871 on: February 23, 2011, 01:57:55 PM »

HALTHAN/BRANDCOMMANDO Split TAPE
Nice Halthan eagle logo. First H track brilliant, thick sound wall w/commanding vocals. Good sample placement. next 2 would perhaps have benefitted loud amps type of recording method. Last one NO REMORSE cover live and loud in bunker, very much what I like: filthy fierce and chaotic. Just like Halthan live has been at best.  

The last song beats all others from this release, actually making all others sound boring. Too bad all songs are not as raw and violent.
For what I remember from two listening, Brandcommando is decent but feeble compared to recent tapes on NBM and Unrest.
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« Reply #872 on: February 24, 2011, 02:05:58 PM »

S-21 "To keep you is no benefit..." TAPE (DISEASE FOUNDRY)
Good dirty Ramirez Harsh Noise.

http://www.discogs.com/Various-Tala-I-Avskurna-Tungor/release/2580901
TALA I AVSKURNA v/a TAPE (BOLVÄRK)
ALFARMANIA Kristian`s tape label. Very putrid uber filthy BM. Some bands pure hate and evil. Few silly ones. Overall excellent comp.

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« Reply #873 on: February 24, 2011, 03:07:51 PM »

crybaby, we left the 90's a few years back, might be wise to accept that, haha! do you even listen to the new stuff that gets released? i just find it hard to take your post serious when there's so much good going on now...

No, I seldom listen to new stuff - mainly because I feel many don't have much to offer conceptwise or images/overall style don't get me going. I think you are a much more open minded person than me, Dan. Still, I don't have a problem with being quite conservative - there's still much to explore from earlier years.
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« Reply #874 on: February 24, 2011, 05:30:41 PM »

KE/HIL LP is very good! I think the weakest moment is the Monte Cazazza tribute song, but even that is pretty good. Album as whole, I was very positively surprised how strong industrial album it is!

I'd like to congratulate them on making an album that is even more introverted and depressing than Noehaem. Whether it's as good is too soon to say but it's definitely good enough.

Two descriptions from two very different sources:

An American friend with a background in punk and HC compared it to The Normal. I can hear elements of that but it's The Normal on Thorazine to dull the bad trip.

One of the members described it as "old mans industrial" which made me chuckle.


It's BrandKommando with a K. Come on guys, this is European industrial. You know that C's do not apply.
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« Reply #875 on: February 25, 2011, 06:06:03 PM »

Praying For Oblivion - A Permanent Shadow (3"CDr, L.White Records): Pretty good record, 3 tracks. First track is gritty distortion, two others are less distorted, but nonetheless oppressive. The music itself uses quite a lot of delay it seems. Vocals with some distortion and delay as well.
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« Reply #876 on: February 27, 2011, 09:39:54 PM »

Multiple spins of the live side of the recent CLUB MORAL 10"
DIOCLETIAN LP
Listening to VULCANO "tales from the black book" now
PSYCHOUT "enforced sex"
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« Reply #877 on: February 28, 2011, 02:42:21 AM »

Pleasurehorse - Dropdead Deconstructed LP

Noise "remixes" of Dropdead songs. Sort of interesting, just low tones, nothing harsh or particularly stand-outish, a keeper in the end, though.
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« Reply #878 on: February 28, 2011, 05:33:22 AM »

Chris Connelly - How This Ends (twice today)
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« Reply #879 on: February 28, 2011, 06:54:03 AM »

Iron Fist of the Sun - Danny LaRue Died In His Sleep cassette
Shift - Morose cassette
Shift - Creation And Space LP

Immortal - At the Heart of Winter new reissue LP
Immortal - Damned In Black new reissue LP
Electric Wizard - Witchcult Today LP
Electric Wizard - Black Masses LP
Ascension - Consolamentum LP

and a lot of The Beatles at work...kind of ashamed that I avoided them for so many years and only now starting to appreciate them (only stuff from Rubber Soul and after, the early stuff can fuck off, heh)
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« Reply #880 on: February 28, 2011, 04:31:40 PM »

ALCHEMY OF THE 21ST CENTURY Beauty of Aesthetic Imperfection

ive heard one recording of the previous century which sounded pretty dated but this one I like a lot, I think the exxon slogan "im lovin it" would fit here. viuluviikarointi/the fiddling is much more than a monkey sawing at the thing which is usually the noise approach and the atmosphere  is very majestic yet crude. booklet is awful purdy too


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« Reply #881 on: February 28, 2011, 07:33:01 PM »

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« Reply #882 on: March 01, 2011, 10:06:46 AM »

CLUB MORAL "instrument of attraction II : Social hygiene" 10"
This is much better than the recent re-issue CD. It's not that far away, but just something hits my brain so much more than the CD. Also this has some of the most crude live recording with minimalistic sounds. B-side I have rotated much more. Dominated by angry vocals, sometimes the music itself is nearly irrelevant, but most of all it's fierce and noisy. A-side I have rotated much less, since it's more of this kind of "pre-EBM" meets sound poetry or what should you call it? Simple synth muzak rhythms with nearly non-sense vocal diarrhea on top. Good thing is, that it seems as if nobody would do this kind of stuff anymore (except Genocide Lolita covering the "Nazis of the night" found on this 10", hah!), but perhaps there are reasons for it... A-side has aged much less noble ways than B-side. Which gives kind of hint about the timelessness of good noise, compared to music that often is connected to very specific moment in history.
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« Reply #883 on: March 01, 2011, 10:27:51 AM »

CLUB MORAL "instrument of attraction II : Social hygiene" 10"

pitty the booklet is 100% the same as previous 10", according to the label they did this because the first 10" was impossible to get hold of these days : LOL
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« Reply #884 on: March 01, 2011, 01:10:00 PM »

CLUB MORAL "instrument of attraction II : Social hygiene" 10"

pitty the booklet is 100% the same as previous 10", according to the label they did this because the first 10" was impossible to get hold of these days : LOL

It was hard to find back then as well. Or rather, the label Kapellmeister was a scam meister. Jeroen Provoost who ran the label ripped off Segerhuva for 10 copies of the 10" (= 95 euros) back in 2003. I hear he's still dj-ing in Belgium, so I hope I can make it there one day to meet him in the dj booth.
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