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« Reply #8670 on: November 25, 2022, 06:15:18 AM »

Anal Drill - Stimulating The Masochist CS

Crushing Ramirez noise. Not wallish or static. Occasional phaser sweeping and warbling laser beam feedback. Active and exciting. Plenty of range while still remaining heavy and punishing and possessing the perfect amount of analog tape crud sound. Some brief agonized vocal sounds in places even which are super welcome. Tasteful use of vocals in harsh noise? Never a problem for me if done correctly! Overall monster of a release. Classic!

Absolutely fucking essential Ramirez !! The absolute best of his in my opinion !

It’s definitely one of the best in my mind as well. Really exciting release.
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« Reply #8671 on: November 26, 2022, 01:14:05 AM »

Rudolf Eb.er – Om Kult: Ritual Practice Of Conscious Dying Vol. I-III

This has been on a heavy rotation lately. High pitched squealing, drone, rumbling, distorted voices...All tracks flow to each other smoothly. I used to have the Joke Lanz split LP. Brown record that had to be played from the center to edge. I sold it but regret now! Maybe I thought it had too much air in it...long pauses with nothing and then suddenly weird noises. Om Kult is a lot different and it's probably my favorite recordings from the artist. All in neat digipaks. I have mainly listened this while working remotely and there doesn't seem to be much difference between the records, but it's easy to listen these in a row. 

Rudolf.Eb.er - Meditation on a Broom Stick

Lot more aggressive than Om Kult. There is one extremely annoying track but otherwise this is great. Love those screaming parts.

Lunar Womb – The Sleeping Green

When I read that this is some sort of dark keyboard music from the 90's, released by Hospital and nice green covers, it got my interest. Well...it's a bit too cheesy fantasy music. There are some nice parts and it has a sort of medieval atmosphere. Last bonus track is quite awful and doesn't really fit in.
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« Reply #8672 on: November 26, 2022, 07:46:11 AM »

PLAYLIST 26-11-2022

Not that it matters - STAR and WORTH are in their own league and should be acknowledged for that...

Aside from that my playlist has been; Snobb Slakt, Kerno (GR), Merzbow "Solonoise", Pain Appendix sources, Psychward Sources, Macronympha "Baroque", Frank Zappa & The Mothers, Atrocious Madness "Total Control", Kano, The Germs "Let's Pretend", Xantotol (POL), Fukkheads (AUS), early Suzanne Ciani, Forbidden Temple (BEL) "Demo II Promo", Sleepchamber "Succubus" multiple different versions
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« Reply #8673 on: November 28, 2022, 08:41:49 PM »

Ah Cama-Sotz - La Peste 1997

If there is a thread on more deserving of interest, this guy should probably be mentioned.  I know there is one for Japanese noise, but in a larger sense?  I never listen to Ah Cama-Sotz.  In my mind, they're a comp project that is most notable for being associated with early Ant-Zen and Hands.  Those comp tracks are often good, if not very good, but it's still not a project that sticks in my associative block chain.  Part of that is albums that go all over the place.  You know, like Coil and Controlled Bleeding.  I don't have a problem with beats, or even dancy rhythms, but when you're rolling along with quality ambient/death industrial/industrial work, and then you toss in something other, it often loses me.  Though, I'm more forgiving these days than I once was.  I'm more willing to roll with it.  All to say that AC-S is loaded with quality material.  There must be at least 30 albums.  Maybe they're more revered in the rhythmic noise world than in the industrial?  I could hear fans into Deutsch Nepal, Hybryds, Rapoon, Megaptera, Stratym Terror being into them.
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« Reply #8674 on: November 29, 2022, 10:05:00 AM »

Merzbow - Animal Liberation (Until Every Cage Is Empty)
Loving the title and artwork so it was a quick process to decide to order the new Merzbow album. Five tracks, clocking in at about 50 minutes total. Tracks are kind of similar, with a rumbling, darker layer in the background. Mostly made from synth-loops or maybe even some "musical"-loops. The dark stomping sounds evoke some pictures of slaughterhouses, so the maybe that was the intention? At least they provide a somehow structured foundation to add some higher-frequency layers on top. Distorted electronics and feedback, fed into a filter for movement and dynamics. In some tracks there seems to be some sheet-metal work too. Listened to it a couple of times during the weekend and I still enjoy it a lot.
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« Reply #8675 on: November 29, 2022, 03:44:32 PM »

Ho - Fucked to death by a horse,c30 (IOPS)
Guess this title alludes to the mythical Mr Hands, who was fucked to death by a rutting stallion in 2009 according to the Gregorian timeline. Going beyond the theme, I have to say that this is one of the best releases on cassette this year. Cutting sharp-harsh noise that makes the eardrums truly agonized. Even from a distance, I hear dead souls tormented inside a calculator. Squealing, pounding, hard. Total support.
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« Reply #8676 on: November 30, 2022, 06:13:18 PM »

Bizarre Uproar - Pakkosyöttö 2xCD

Relentless harsh noise album. Not having tracks separated on the reissue is certainly fitting for this kind of thing. Funny part on CD1 where volume goes much lower for some minutes and rumbling/gagging sounds are playing, makes the listener want to raise the volume to hear better, then suddenly snaps back into max volume harsh blasting. NK and some other tracks from this were among the first BU material i ever heard when discovering the project ~5 years ago, so this one is crucial for me. Great to finally have it in shelves as proper double CD.

Worth - Sacred Violence Noise CD

Third or fourth time listening to this, I haven't really been able to get any kind of grip of the album as a whole. I don't mean that as a negative comment, there's just so much to take in, different interesting sounds, field recordings, harsh noise ear candy... gonna have to dedicate many more listens to properly explore this one. Interesting liner notes describing the creation process and concepts.
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« Reply #8677 on: November 30, 2022, 08:38:27 PM »

Evening trekking with hope by merzbow.
Heavy mid 90s merz vibe on this.
Really like it.
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