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« Reply #930 on: March 25, 2011, 08:06:41 PM »

wolf eyes/sickness:There Is A Part Of Me That You Will Never Know
has there been discussion on collaborations? my own take on them is that most  are shit and I have a strong aversion to mail collabs but I doubt this one was made face to face so there are exeptions, edwige was good too.

I'd say another mail-collab worth mentioning is the BizarreSSmania LP. I think it's very good example of talent being combined to show the best of each artist instead of just watering down their respective skills.

I've heard mixed reviews about the Prurient & Kevin Drumm CD on Hospital. I personally think its the best thing K.D. is connected to but I'm probably in the minority for this. Apparently Prurient and K.D. have done a lot more material together but Dom told me that K.D. is not comfortable releasing it so I guess it will remain unheard... :(
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« Reply #931 on: March 25, 2011, 08:43:02 PM »

I'd say another mail-collab worth mentioning is the BizarreSSmania LP.

aint heard it, ive hold it in my hands and smelled it but havent heard the noise.
I wonder which ones ARE done face to face. BU+gelsomina was legendary in its greatness but again im not 100% sure if it was done in person.
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« Reply #932 on: March 25, 2011, 09:13:32 PM »

I think that was part mail, part live? I haven't heard that one myself, been searching for a copy for 2 years!

I suggest getting the BizarreSSmania asap if you can.

Listening - V/A - FILTH LP - Beastly. Too good to be so limited I think. I guess you had to quick, lucky or fanatic to get a copy...? Not generally a fan of Ramirez related projects but the Priest in Shit track is punishing. BU material is similar to the WOM Split and the Deathkey Split. And N12 does not disappoint, even harsher than I expected. Hopefully new full length will have tracks like this!
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« Reply #933 on: March 26, 2011, 05:12:53 PM »

"enoch: graveyard disturbances
horror soundtrack music from big names killjoy and mirai of sigh. im a fan of the "genre" so I liked it alot."

CLASSIC!!!!!!!!!! is there a lp version of this ?
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« Reply #934 on: March 26, 2011, 05:34:54 PM »

Listening - V/A - FILTH LP - Beastly. Too good to be so limited I think. I guess you had to quick, lucky or fanatic to get a copy...? Not generally a fan of Ramirez related projects but the Priest in Shit track is punishing. BU material is similar to the WOM Split and the Deathkey Split. And N12 does not disappoint, even harsher than I expected. Hopefully new full length will have tracks like this!

Agreed. I'm not too familiar with Ramirez's projects but on this very release, Priest in Shit delivers great, fierce noise.

What I don't get is having entire silk screened back cover filled just with the label logo. BU/Deathkey split had such too. Minor detail but still...
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« Reply #935 on: March 26, 2011, 10:00:59 PM »

I'd say another mail-collab worth mentioning is the BizarreSSmania LP.

aint heard it, ive hold it in my hands and smelled it

haha, yes. That one has a unique smell indeed. Probably a special kind of ink they used to print on that heavy board?

But yes, that collab is fucking great. It never gets old.
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« Reply #936 on: March 27, 2011, 12:15:08 AM »

Bereft - Chlanna Nan Con Thigibh Aso's Gheibh Sibh Feoil (C20, Destructive Industries): Yeah, I copied that title, haha... After the first listen, I felt like: is this all? Why? Because it's a minimal recording, monotonous tracks as well. But after every listen it seems to get better. Cool vocals in the covers as well (I don't like you!!!). Funny thing, think I know more pe covers of Skrewdriver by now, than I know Skrewdriver material itself.
I heard that Malignant (if I'm not mistaken) is going to re-release the split with Sewer Goddess on CD, that's definately something to look forward to.

V/A - Tied To An Abuse (C48+C50, Nil By Mouth Recordings): Great packaging, I really like the booklet! Bought this because it has some artists I wanted to hear more from and others which I wanted to check out (always the best reason for me to get a comp.). After a first listen, I certainly was not disappointed. Different styles are represented, some noise, some power electronics, some death industrial. Worthy purchase!

Abnegate - Vassalage (C20, Danvers State Records): Good PE, good gritty filthy stuff with some nice feedback. Female vocals that remind me a bit from some of the Sewer Goddess vocals. Anybody knows whether this act is working on other releases?

Anal Barbara/Funeral Mongoloids (C20, Untergeschoss): Got this for a friend, but since the people involved are known for their other acts, I gave it a listen. Conclusion from listening to this (and other stuff) is that noisecore isn't my cup of tea really...

Just for the record, on the Metal side, stuff like:
Grave Miasma - Realm of Evoked Doom, Apocalypse Command - demo 2006, Absu - In the Eyes of Ioldanach, Nifelheim - Envoy of Lucifer, Vasaeleth - Adorned & Irridescent, Motörhead - Motörizer, Proclamation - Execration of Cruel Bestiality. All great stuff of course.
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« Reply #937 on: March 27, 2011, 01:47:58 AM »

CORPUSCLE - Loam Drape C30
NEGRU VODA - Vald De Luxe 3xCD
DEFILER - V.III CD-R
LUSTRATION - Goetic Invokator
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« Reply #938 on: March 27, 2011, 02:40:26 AM »

Aaron Dilloway - Second Foul
Regression - The End of the Day
Terry Riley - Les Yeux Fermés & Lifespan
Heinz Hopf - II
Eric Lunde - How close one is to the center, if I took the earth, without changing its mass, and compressed it smaller
Naked City - Absinthe
Intrinsic Action - II
Josh Lay - Rotted Afterlife
Cranioclast - Lost in Karak
Klaus Schulze - Picture Music
Burzum - Burzum
Skullflower - This Is...
Bernard Szajner - Some Deaths Take Forever
Aidan Baker - Book Of Nods
Nadja - Touched
Coil - The Ape of Naples
Tangerine Dream - Green Desert
Cluster & Eno - s/t
Sky Burial - Dream Decimator (test pressing - approved!)
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« Reply #939 on: March 27, 2011, 12:52:33 PM »

DEFILER - V.III CD-R
How is this? Got his tape on Death Posture Ritualis from a couple of years ago, that was some good dark ambient stuff...
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« Reply #940 on: March 27, 2011, 02:20:56 PM »

Eric Lunde - Colorado Terrain Investigation
Lo-fi noise and racket and lots of topography(?!) field recordings, samples and images.
Weird album in a good way.

+ Lots of: Alchemy of 21st century, Haare, Ashley C, Dissecting Table and Brandkommando
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« Reply #941 on: March 27, 2011, 04:41:42 PM »

DEFILER - V.III CD-R
How is this? Got his tape on Death Posture Ritualis from a couple of years ago, that was some good dark ambient stuff...

it's very, very good.  murky and fuckin dark ambient/industrial.  three tracks feature john from STEELHOOK PROSTHESES, and there's collaborations with CAMISOLE and T.O.M.B.  recommended.   
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« Reply #942 on: March 27, 2011, 05:07:39 PM »

Marduk - World Funeral
The Vomit Arsonist - Reciprocation
Porcupine Tree - The Incident
Merzbow - Pulse Demon
Merzbow - 1930
Merzbow - Merzbeat
Kiss - Alive
Fuck Patrol - Contact
Sick Seed - The Great Corrupter
Custodian - I
Aske - Saatan Legio / Goatfuck
Khold - Hundre Ar Gammal
Pain - Dancing With the Dead
Bizarre Uproar - Musta Rotta
Endstille - Hundre Ar Gammal
Gelsomina - Disease With A Purpose
Grain Belt / Wince - Live In the Twin Cities
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« Reply #943 on: March 27, 2011, 05:13:39 PM »

Catherine Christer Hennix-The electronic Harpsichord CD (Die Schachtel)
Ryan Bloomer-In Response To A Threat CS (Harsh Head Rituals)
Lionel Marchetti & Seljiro Murayama-Hatali Atsalei (Intransitive)
Moniek Darge-Soundies (selected work 1980-2001) CD & Crete Soundies CD (Kye)
Graham Lambkin & Jason Lescallet-Air Supply CD (Erstwhile)
SCHIMPFLUCH-GRUPPE-AKTION 961123/970223 LP (Tochnit Aleph)
FORERUNNERS-Swedish electronic and concrete music 1955-65 CD (FYLKINGEN)
G*Park-Reuters LP (Tochnit Aleph)
Sten Hanson-Text Sound Compositions LP (FYLKINGEN)
Dan Fröberg/Joachim Nordwall-Plays Rönnells Antikvariat LP (Håll Tjäften/Rönnells)
Dylan Nyoukis-Carrion Hut LP (Singing Knifes)
Kevin Drumm-Impish Tyrant CD (DAGDA)
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« Reply #944 on: March 27, 2011, 05:39:13 PM »

Control "deadly sins" CD - Good, yet very much in tradition of what he has done for long time. Maybe little new things could be included. Not perhaps progression, but slight changes in the sounds and how songs are build? It appears to be STRONGLY compressed. It has thing exploding quality where every layer of sound is competing which can be on the top. It's still unique, but in moment of thinking which album to listen to, it doesn't make so much difference what choice is made. All are good, but I'd hope something slightly different for change. Even if it would be.. less good?

GRIM "5eyes" tape
I'm sorry to say but Japanese grim may have experienced the same faith as for example Mauthausen Orchestra. This comeback material is lightyears behind what they used to be in 80's. Shame. Only couple good moments of percussive industrial beats with their trademark throaty vocals. Rest of material, not good at all.

Jeph Jermann/ dough theriault CD
2010 release on russian label. Celebration of pretty quiet and microscopic electro-acoustic. Not bad, but quite immemorable.  

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