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« Reply #7515 on: July 29, 2019, 02:09:54 AM »

FFH..... Just heavy low-end & static.

No vocals?! How disappointing. I guess he will never beat “make them understand”.

There are vocals but they are sparse and VERY buried in the mix. I personally love it. Definitely a heavier influence of harsh noise on this release, but it doesn't disappoint.
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« Reply #7516 on: July 29, 2019, 03:01:38 AM »

I don't recall hearing anything that sounded like vocals! Maybe the entire tape was playing fucked up & I didn't know it until it finally died.
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« Reply #7517 on: July 29, 2019, 04:08:09 AM »

I'm misconstruing it as "vocals", but I hear howls and screams in the first track. There are vocal related sounds buried in the mix, so I retract and say there aren't vocals per say but voice related noises in the mix. My bad!
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« Reply #7518 on: July 29, 2019, 08:32:24 AM »

Alfarmania ‎– The Waiting Grave: Live In Finland 2015/2017 (Freak Animal)
This would have made a nice LP or cd just so the cover art of the guy fucking a tree was larger.

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« Reply #7519 on: July 29, 2019, 04:36:32 PM »

KIRAN ARORA - Formication CDr (Prose Nagge)
I've had the pleasure of living with this thing now since May. I haven't heard all of Kiran's releases, but of those I've heard, Formication is by far the nastiest. It's also the most accomplished. A restrained and slowly burning 40 minute symphony of blurting, farting, belching, sizzling, throbbing, slurping, snipping and cutting sounds, all arranged with care and malice at the same time. My favorite track (wont let you know which) sounds like dozen oaf brains being patiently squashed in red hot amplified waffle irons. Another favorite track sounds like some dimwit mashing and snorting bugs with a straw under rising excitement. I find it hard to compare this to much else out there at the moment. Imagine older works by Ochu being played in a huge cinema. Or something.  No, not quite. One could also say it sounds a bit like Worth, but it still doesn't. Kiran has found his own corner in the ring, I'd say. Brilliant album, best played in 1970's Carlson speakers.
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« Reply #7520 on: July 29, 2019, 06:27:55 PM »

BIZARRE UPROAR "Indoctrination of fist & cock" CD
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Album is in many ways "traditional" BU, but pretty much equally many ways something completely new!
What we have here, is more crispy sound, more attention to detail with tasty filter-box modulations of crashing metal junk loops and oscillations. It is slow paced, it is somewhat minimalist, but nevertheless step towards the older style of BU where crashing metal loops are in key role. No aggro vocals, no blurry boombox recording, plenty of repetition, yet always something happening. I like where BU is heading, clearly not stagnating into one style!

I finally got around to listening to Indoctrination of Fist & Cock and have to agree with your review. It's definitely a more subtle affair when it comes to BU, but as with everything else he does, it has a special feel to it. I REALLY like this release and direction of the material, I hope he explores this style more on future releases.
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« Reply #7521 on: July 30, 2019, 12:55:15 AM »

Form Hunter ‎– Dripping Curve (Prime Ruin)

Excellent! Gotta get their other releases & sure hope a proper full-length is in the works. Some of the best rough noise I've heard since the Treriksröset LP on Harbinger.
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« Reply #7522 on: July 30, 2019, 05:43:55 PM »

so I've been in a music loop for the past two weeks. it looks something like this:

Unsane - Visqueen (2007) or Scattered, Smothered & Covered (1995) - my favorite 2 Unsane albums;

Solmania - Metamorphor Chorus (1991) or Evil Bed (1996) - my 2 newest Solmania purchases, both excellent;

不失者 [Fushitsusha] - 悲愴 [Pathétique] (1994) or 完結されもしない死 [A Death Never To Be Complete] - both absolute crushers, but slightly less soul-rending than 来たる時 [The Time Is Nigh];

Hammerhead - Into the Vortex (1994) or Duh, The Big City (1996) - somewhere between The Jesus Lizard and the sound of gravel being pound into dust.

Rinse and repeat.
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« Reply #7523 on: July 31, 2019, 11:39:44 AM »

BIZARRE UPROAR "Indoctrination of fist & cock" CD
F&V

Album is in many ways "traditional" BU, but pretty much equally many ways something completely new!
What we have here, is more crispy sound, more attention to detail with tasty filter-box modulations of crashing metal junk loops and oscillations. It is slow paced, it is somewhat minimalist, but nevertheless step towards the older style of BU where crashing metal loops are in key role. No aggro vocals, no blurry boombox recording, plenty of repetition, yet always something happening. I like where BU is heading, clearly not stagnating into one style!

I finally got around to listening to Indoctrination of Fist & Cock and have to agree with your review. It's definitely a more subtle affair when it comes to BU, but as with everything else he does, it has a special feel to it. I REALLY like this release and direction of the material, I hope he explores this style more on future releases.

I've been listening to Unsafe & Insane and liking that one a lot lately so I guess this might have to check the new one out.

Mademoiselle Bistouri - Daily Routine/Solipsism CS
Starts out with a great atmosphere on A side. Primitive and crackling harsh industrial noise with feedback howling from channel to channel. The B side starts pretty well too, but doesn't captivate as much. There's still some good ripping sounds when it goes on. an overly long violent porn sample towards the end killed the momentum pretty well for me at least. Might work better for others. Still a good and enjoyable tape.

Musta Toteemi - s/t CD
Pretty nice stuff. Collaborative project with Läjä Äijälä and the guy who does Hiisi Productions. Primitive synth beats and drones. I really like the restrained feeling on this. Reminds me of Ø. I just hope it would be longer.
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« Reply #7524 on: July 31, 2019, 03:12:15 PM »

Form Hunter ‎– Dripping Curve (Prime Ruin)

Excellent! Gotta get their other releases & sure hope a proper full-length is in the works. Some of the best rough noise I've heard since the Treriksröset LP on Harbinger.

Found Remains is releasing the Form Hunter full-length, I want to say sometime in the Fall
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« Reply #7525 on: July 31, 2019, 05:43:31 PM »

Form Hunter ‎– Dripping Curve (Prime Ruin)

Excellent! Gotta get their other releases & sure hope a proper full-length is in the works. Some of the best rough noise I've heard since the Treriksröset LP on Harbinger.

Found Remains is releasing the Form Hunter full-length, I want to say sometime in the Fall

Just got the Dead Gods tape today, excited to spin
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« Reply #7526 on: August 02, 2019, 06:31:20 PM »

Cemetery Piss - Order of the Vulture 2016 - melodic, 90's black metal influence is it's center, but it is a real hybrid of sorts.  With that in mind, I don't it messy at all.  The vintage thrash moments are very cool.  Heavy metal in "Sex and Metal".  A Kraftwerk cover.  They do a lot well.  Their most recent EP release is two covers, Jerry's Kids and Dead Can Dance.  They don't sound like Tomb Mold, but if you keep an eye peeled for bands that can competently take from a lot of influences, here's another to give a listen.  Not a good moniker.  

https://cemeterypiss.bandcamp.com/
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« Reply #7527 on: August 03, 2019, 03:54:48 AM »

I haven't reviewed shit in ages, it's not like you're missing out. Been sitting on the tapes awhile...

Sadio - "Sophisticated Methods In Torture"
Love the art. Rusty, metallic swaying and build ups, throbbing electronics. Fucking proper. Probably my favorite package as a whole, sound and presentation, in some time (since maybe the Felony Sexual Assault cs?). Makes me wish I was a pervert but instead I just like vanilla vaginal sex with women I find attractive, like some fucking poser.

Rvbber VVitch - "Mastvrbations Malveillantes MMXVII"
One woman black metal solely dedicated and focused on her rubber/gummi/latex fetish. I could actually see this on IOPS if it was to ever release Metal. The vocals are quite good, spastic gurgling rasps that have a distorted distant sound like they are spit through a megaphone. Programmed drums but you're all used to this by now if you listen to bedroom/ombm. Not bad. The slag is on the gram:  https://www.instagram.com/rvbber_vvitch/

Body Stress - "Statures Of Indignity"
Anxiety noise. Momentum carrying hurried textures of grinding buzz. Side B might make you puke if you listen to it through headphones.
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« Reply #7528 on: August 03, 2019, 05:43:22 PM »

Control Resistance - Germ Warfare 10"

from 1998 on loki foundation sublabel Power & Steel. still available thru discogs for some reason, for not much money. 300 copies is a lot i guess but it seems this project has flown under the radar. despite the, lets say, "political climate" of the times i'm not sure why it isn't in the canon of classic american noise. appearance on Nihilist Assaultcore comp besides big names. work with Con-Dom, split with Streicher. it's also fucking nasty in and of itself. perhaps lack of a definitive lp a la "GR." Industrial Recollections reissue includes a track recorded much more recently than the others. i have to say i like very much the idea of some weirdo in Texas occasionally cranking out pe crushers over the past 30 years.
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« Reply #7529 on: August 05, 2019, 04:53:25 PM »

I haven't reviewed shit in ages, it's not like you're missing out. Been sitting on the tapes awhile...

Sadio - "Sophisticated Methods In Torture"
Love the art. Rusty, metallic swaying and build ups, throbbing electronics. Fucking proper. Probably my favorite package as a whole, sound and presentation, in some time (since maybe the Felony Sexual Assault cs?). Makes me wish I was a pervert but instead I just like vanilla vaginal sex with women I find attractive, like some fucking poser.

Rvbber VVitch - "Mastvrbations Malveillantes MMXVII"
One woman black metal solely dedicated and focused on her rubber/gummi/latex fetish. I could actually see this on IOPS if it was to ever release Metal. The vocals are quite good, spastic gurgling rasps that have a distorted distant sound like they are spit through a megaphone. Programmed drums but you're all used to this by now if you listen to bedroom/ombm. Not bad. The slag is on the gram:  https://www.instagram.com/rvbber_vvitch/

Body Stress - "Statures Of Indignity"
Anxiety noise. Momentum carrying hurried textures of grinding buzz. Side B might make you puke if you listen to it through headphones.


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