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« Reply #7590 on: September 08, 2019, 02:49:56 PM »

talking about alfarmania.. anyone know anything about a forthcoming LP? read something somewhere, can't remember correctly...

weekends playlist have been:

skrewdriver - hail the new dawn
absurd - asgardsrei
xenophobic ejaculation - ss-division wiking/tampere skinheads 1983
mistreat - faith and fury
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« Reply #7591 on: September 08, 2019, 08:27:37 PM »

talking about alfarmania.. anyone know anything about a forthcoming LP? read something somewhere, can't remember correctly...

As far as I know there is one coming sometime on Tesco.


There will be another AL recording; it'll be part of a cass. comp box set. Mania is also included. I have no idea when it'll  be completed & released.

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« Reply #7592 on: September 08, 2019, 11:46:18 PM »

Been listening to a LOT of martial pop lately, specifically Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio. I've picked through most of their catalogue with "Rosarius" in the name, haven't gotten to much of the simple Ordo Equilibrio stage. Overall this band is the pinnacle of articulate misanthropic / Satanic hedonism. The album Songs 4 Hate And Devotion is obviously their best, and I've generally found almost everything else to be pretty hit-or-miss but rewarding to play repeatedly. Their new single "Two Girls and a Goat" is pretty fucking weak, but it inspired me to check out their most recent EP and holy shit... if you want nihilistic reflections from an aging hedonist look no further than "Menage a Trois: There Is Nothing To Regret." If you have dismissed ORE at any point because of his pretty cheesy vocals, I don't blame you, but goddamn the lyrics are unmatched. Usually lots of talk of cumming and fucking and hating and killing. But like, poetic, man.

"There is nothing to regret, we did it all
There is nothing left to feel, we felt it all
There is no one left to kill, we killed them all
There is no one to resent, we hate you all"

Oddly enough, I was inspired to really dive into ORE after hearing "I Am the Sun (Anus Dei)" on the Forest Passage podcast episode interviewing Augustus Sol Invictus. Really hits that triumphant imperial vibe. Other favorites are "I M B E C I L E -  My Idiot Lover", for those girls that can't take a hint that you're no good, and "The Misanthropic Polygamist (How Gods Dream)" for when you're feeling really fucking arrogant:

"When I dream I dream of three, when gods dream they dream of me..."
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« Reply #7593 on: September 09, 2019, 12:30:42 AM »

There will be another AL recording; it'll be part of a cass. comp box set. Mania is also included. I have no idea when it'll  be completed & released.

Thanks for all the comments concerning "All Aftermath". The next two recordings are completely different. One being much harsher & creepy then the material for the cass. box is so-called 'post mortem PE'.

This week I've listened to Alfarmania "From fix to fix" cd (Old Captain) & Genocide Organ :Leichenlinie: cd (Tesco)

Do you or anyone else ever have problems with the Old Captain CDs? Mine always start skipping about halfway through. Discs are clean, I've tried playing them on different CD players, and I've even bought additional copies of the same release to see if I got a bad disc with the exact same skipping resulting.
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« Reply #7594 on: September 09, 2019, 12:33:50 AM »

Recently;
Final Solution - Mass Death CD
SKM-ETR - The Rugged Meat Cleaver
Cervical Smear - Real Death Enthusiast
Graustich - See You When You Get There
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« Reply #7595 on: September 09, 2019, 12:44:03 AM »


SKM-ETR - The Rugged Meat Cleaver


Excellent album- picked it up after seeing them live
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« Reply #7596 on: September 10, 2019, 12:24:11 AM »

There will be another AL recording; it'll be part of a cass. comp box set. Mania is also included. I have no idea when it'll  be completed & released.

Thanks for all the comments concerning "All Aftermath". The next two recordings are completely different. One being much harsher & creepy then the material for the cass. box is so-called 'post mortem PE'.

This week I've listened to Alfarmania "From fix to fix" cd (Old Captain) & Genocide Organ :Leichenlinie: cd (Tesco)

Do you or anyone else ever have problems with the Old Captain CDs? Mine always start skipping about halfway through. Discs are clean, I've tried playing them on different CD players, and I've even bought additional copies of the same release to see if I got a bad disc with the exact same skipping resulting.


Yeah - one of the Chod discs wont read properly on a number of CD players.
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« Reply #7597 on: September 10, 2019, 07:49:21 AM »

This has been mystery in the past. Question how digital release would have problems. Normally if it is coding error, then entire pressing should be affected. But it rarely is.

I had two encounters with such pressings on my own labels. One black metal release had closer to 10, but it was already years ago. One Freak Animal title had 1 reported case not so long ago.

When sending disc to factory for inspection, it turned out that metal surface of the disc was too thin in that particular disc. This is what can happen in mass production, and generally machine settings that do quality check of pressing, checks optically every 100th disc. When machine spots the error, then CD press needs to be adjusted. Yet, some copies may always pass the automatic check. In mass production, there is always possibility for error, and as CD used to be such huge mass product, it is not possible to adjust disc quality check for every copy. One out of hundred may be maximum.

Nevertheless, many discs that have too thin metallic layer, may still work 100% in most of players. Just some particular CD player isn't able to handle it, while others can't find any problem. Still, it is possible to contact CD pressing and conclude they should look into this issue. Even based on one incident, of one disc, CD press I have used adjusted their press to put thicker layer of metal to avoid such problem. They told layer can't be too thick, or it will cause other issues. So it's fine balance of tiny fractions of millimeters.

If factory constantly produces such discs, and it affects great number of each pressing, I'd say labels should most definitely tell them to adjust machines. I would not be surprised if someone does less metal coating on disc just to save couple euros on long run. Even if price would be totally insignificant per disc.
 
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« Reply #7598 on: September 11, 2019, 06:08:35 PM »

Toshiji Mikawa – Radio Code cd reissue
Sound, for the airwaves by the airwaves. RADIO CODE exists to give away power. Get it while it’s hot. Scorching hot. This message, delivered via blackbox electronics, will self destruct in fifty-one minutes and fifty-eight seconds. Crack the code, spy the heart of Incapacitants, pierced, piercing, pallo, cloaked in fuzzloads of erratz AM distortion. Mikawa before The Mikawa- or at least before the person of Kosakai was commissioned to partner in the Mikawa-orchestrated dissemination of blackbox electronics.
   And yes, behind all that erratz AM distortion, quite the scorcher here lurks. Vibrating fuzz-loads, layers of them, buzzing with frazzled-raw energies, sizzling, slathering, foaming at the mouth. It feels controlled, contrived even, a sickened sense of logos emergent from the blackest boxed contrivance. The man with the plan draws out the mania, slowly teasing convergences, contingencies, attentions inexorably drawn into overlapping patterns of gritty gray sheen, grainy ambient glitters winking in the darkly frozen scathe-scape.

Hold on, back up, did someone say ambient?

   Well why not? Consider the electro-singed digitalia of more recent Incaps extraction, or some of Mikawa's latter-day solo work- the futzy-buttzy drillage on the latter half of I, Noise. Among the more electrified synergies, a tip of the hat to Merzbow's Pornoise, whiffs of the more synthetically engaged Euro detachment rounding out the bouquet. Sprinkle: a pinch of morose Shift dis-restfulness, a dash of good man J Duncan, crackling hard in blackest drone-pitch, and you're just about there. (How's that for name dropping?)
   Now, keep in mind this is still Mikawa (aka the name to end all names). No set of synthetically engaged amplitude modulation would be complete without a nice bit of ear-drilling squeal-nasties, however cloaked in fuzzed up- futzed up- electro-storm. Electro-storm acclimated to the brittle freeze of ground-up crinkle textures, miniature AM blurts repeatedly bleating throughout the storm, ending hard on crumbling avalanche of degraded, lower end, sphinct-grind.
   Keep in mind, too, that the material is already otherwise released, under the guise of Incapacitants. (Which we have learned more recently via the good graces of the Pariah Tapes boxset). Properly said: Radio Code (1988) is Incapacitants Pallo 1 (1985), tape the 1st on the Project Pallo ‘85 set, with Side A repping “Jaapsoc” and Side B “Leprosy” and “Manic-Depressive”. Such pearls are in fact dropped by good man J Duncan hisself on the radio broadcast in question. So why even bother? Good question. But a question soon left after a brief A/Bing of the two (Radio Code and Pallo 1). Where Pallo 1 is, simply, purest amped-up harsh of the scorching Incaps persuasion, Radio Code is carefully filtered, like a fine wine, the scorchingest perversions extracted in favor of more, um, ambient incursion. Perhaps as owing itself to the long degraded recording medium but who really cares. Results are what matter and ambient is as ambient does.
   Keep in mind I use the word ambient in passing. As in, relative to the pure earhole-drilling HARSH of Incaps proper, practically every other goddamn thing ever recorded is ambient. But just wait- JUST WAIT- till you hit the utterly brilliant ten-minute mark of Side B. The fevered ambient organ overlap, the inevitable harsher electro-scorch convergence. Like, fu-uuuu. Just, fiiine.
   Before that though, a certain degree of HARSH to contend with. And by harsh, I mean, sincerely straining my desire to continue listening. Just this ridiculous repeating dog-yapping sample. Or what could be manipulated vocal. To imitate that incessant dog. Dog-yapping-cum-manipulated vocal alarm siren. Over and over and over. And over. It is, frankly, irritating as fuck. Like, let's park our collective ass next to badly neglected dog pound while earholes carefully audition new piece of pure broken-electronic surge-fizzle. For optimum results may I highly recommend playing this for your neighbors at maximum volume at 3:30 in the fucking morning. Like, holy fucking shit this is harsh. Yap! Yap! Yap! Yap! Like who in their right mind could listen to this shit. (Aside from your irritating neighbors. Fuck them, and that yapping pooch.) Then at the above-mentioned ten minute mark, the brilliance. Short-lived, but brilliant. The shift into high gear, literally and figuratively. The ridiculous, brilliantly, brutal repetitive doggy-yap enters into upper ended alarm phase, pace well and accelerated (and just fairly distracting from any possibility of enjoyment). There are moments. When the yapping slows or briefly stops. And the underlying electro-futz current duly steps up. It is at these moments, however brief, that one can appreciate the multiform layers in play. And in which one repeatedly switches, in rapid eye-blinks, back and forth between the old dahmer-genius equation.
   In the closing minutes, as the sound appears to get more erratic and out of control, one might swear as to detect hints of “Live”, the closing live track from Feedback Of NMS. These moments of utter brilliance are few and far between but are sufficient in suggesting to this perv that awesomeness has potentially descended, if for but a sublime, abbreviated, instant.

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« Reply #7599 on: September 11, 2019, 06:17:18 PM »

"Archive I" - Genocide Organ

The strong point of this short album was that it featured a lot of variation in rhythm, harshness, and even song length.  I especially enjoyed the second track.  Now to listen to the rest of the Archive series.
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« Reply #7600 on: September 11, 2019, 06:27:54 PM »

MNEM - For Delta Relics CD (Kaos Kontrol)
A choir of abandoned machinery and antiquated electronics with just enough voltage left in them to keep going.

Perfect description of the project.
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« Reply #7601 on: September 11, 2019, 07:33:20 PM »

Toshiji Mikawa – Radio Code cd reissue
   Keep in mind, too, that the material is already otherwise released, under the guise of Incapacitants. (Which we have learned more recently via the good graces of the Pariah Tapes boxset). Properly said: Radio Code (1988) is Incapacitants Pallo 1 (1985), tape the 1st on the Project Pallo ‘85 set, with Side A repping “Jaapsoc” and Side B “Leprosy” and “Manic-Depressive”.

I had no idea... where is it stated that Radio Code is in fact a re-issue of Pallo 1? I'm glad you said this as I contemplated buying Radio Code, but looks like I already own it in the Pariah Tapes boxset.
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« Reply #7602 on: September 11, 2019, 07:45:30 PM »

Toshiji Mikawa – Radio Code cd reissue
   Keep in mind, too, that the material is already otherwise released, under the guise of Incapacitants. (Which we have learned more recently via the good graces of the Pariah Tapes boxset). Properly said: Radio Code (1988) is Incapacitants Pallo 1 (1985), tape the 1st on the Project Pallo ‘85 set, with Side A repping “Jaapsoc” and Side B “Leprosy” and “Manic-Depressive”.

I had no idea... where is it stated that Radio Code is in fact a re-issue of Pallo 1? I'm glad you said this as I contemplated buying Radio Code, but looks like I already own it in the Pariah Tapes boxset.

Per the full and overwrought commentary, I'd say you don't (already own it) even if you've got the Pariah Tapes set. Truly, the net recording qualities are drastically removed. I can listen to the one, then the other, several times, and feel no direct overlap. At least as far as texture. But I say this as a maniac too far gone to care. Honestly, I'm infinitely overjoyed to have them both, just to endlessly compare and contrast. Like the sick fuck I am.
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« Reply #7603 on: September 11, 2019, 09:25:19 PM »

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« Reply #7604 on: September 11, 2019, 10:15:59 PM »

Toshiji Mikawa – Radio Code cd reissue

Thank you for the thoughtful review. I was just trying to wrap my head around this one yesterday and you beat me to the review. The "B-side" is certainly brutal with its unrelenting ultra repetitive sample. But the "A-side" is so damn good, it can be forgiven.

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