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« Reply #8160 on: November 24, 2020, 04:55:27 AM »

Golem Of Gore - partial discography
Blasting goregrind, in the vein of LDOH. A bit more going on than later LDOH stuff though so it's slightly a more attentive listen. Best goregrind I've heard in awhile anyway.

Meatal Ulcer - partial discography
Same as above but Australian this time. Older stuff is better and lacks the comedy element.


I just happened to download that Meatal Ulcer discography last night and they really nail the vocals effects. Having trouble finding a Golem of Gore discography on Bandcamp, any links or physical release only right now?
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« Reply #8161 on: November 25, 2020, 05:51:32 PM »

here's a link to it on discogs, couple copies available:
https://www.discogs.com/Golem-Of-Gore-Stages-Of-Human-Decomposition-STAGE-ONE-AUTOLYSIS-The-Fresh-Stage-Collection-/master/1804467

*misread your post, but hey maybe of interest..!
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« Reply #8162 on: November 27, 2020, 01:07:53 AM »

Shredded Nerve - Acts of Betrayal CD

I like wild chaotic Japanese style harsh noise and on the other side of the spectrum carefully structured layers of sound textures. This record falls nicely into the 2nd category. Al the tracks build up slowly but convincingly and the whole album has a consistent feeling with all the pieces flowing into each other naturally. No surprises in the sound material used but the way the whole album is crafted makes it a great listen and it was on repeat in my car for the last couple of days. As it was my introduction by this act I will need to check out some of the older stuff.
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« Reply #8163 on: November 27, 2020, 11:46:24 PM »

Veprisuicida ‎– Chinese Meat CD

Bought this a while ago. Listened a few times in the background and put it on the shelves until yesterday when I listened to this 3 times in a row. This 2020 reissue seems to be a bit overload but it turnes out to be my favorite of the Veprisuicida CD's. Nice mix of abstract sounds, samples and primitive noise. Seems like it's recorded spontaneously without a lot of editing showing old school craftsmanship.
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« Reply #8164 on: November 30, 2020, 08:48:21 PM »


Strict
- Impulsion
One of the greats

Incidentally, I just pulled out "Kiss" today for the first time in ages.

I wish Impulsion would get a re-issue. Best STRICT material in my opinion.
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« Reply #8165 on: December 01, 2020, 12:57:29 AM »


Strict
- Impulsion
One of the greats

Incidentally, I just pulled out "Kiss" today for the first time in ages.

It's a shame that the pressing is so poor, because the material is truly excellent.
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« Reply #8166 on: December 02, 2020, 12:27:23 AM »

HOMExINVASION - Noise Wall Compendium, 6x CDR set(Harsh Noise London)

Got the files for this to review as I have a few things by this UK project. Good set of tracks, all walls differ greatly with different themes spread across each disc. Longest release by the project, good use of silence in some works where the invasion of it is effective.

ANTICHILDLEAGUE - Entrenched Extreme (Obsessive Fundamental Realism)

I think this is one of the projects best releases if not the best one, now she doesn't organise many gigs, the work seems to get nastier and better. I'd say the releases on OFR are often the best ones she does. The vocal is completeley inhuman and the noise is solid.

ORDEAL by ROSES - City of Forms (Outsider Art) - got the cd and tape of this, done 2 great tapes so far, but this is even better. Welsh PE described as Trauma Electronics, I'd say sonically this parallels Suffer in April, Cremation Lily and another Welsh project Slow Murder that is amazing too.
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« Reply #8167 on: December 03, 2020, 03:44:01 AM »

Akitsa - Sang Nordique
akitsa!
This is the first recordings that opened my eyes to the project. The project is enduring over the last 10 years.
Album still good since I last listened in 2009.
Good tempos and vocals, good recording.
Good foundation for other works.
Still good.
Thumbs up!
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« Reply #8168 on: December 05, 2020, 09:36:03 PM »

Crazy Doberman

Just discovering and diving into this group and it's exactly what I was in the mood for. Very trippy/psychedelic music that is perfect when you need something weird and out there on the slightly quieter side of experimental music. Each release is a little different, but the core sound is like if the 70's kraut-rock guys were slinging mushrooms with the free jazz guys of the 60's and then jammed out. What if Tangerine Dream had jammed with the Sun Ra Arkestra?

The editing by Tim Geck on the studio albums is what really seems to make the music unique in my opinion. Managing and flowing the sounds from all the various members together in a cohesive manner. Absolutely in love with this band, great stuff. Some favorites so far:

Free LSD LP
Rust Clatter of the Midwest 7"
Crazy Doberman self titled tape
Illusory Expansion tape
hypnagogic relapse and other penumbral phenomena LP
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« Reply #8169 on: December 05, 2020, 11:09:39 PM »

Crazy Doberman

Just discovering and diving into this group and it's exactly what I was in the mood for. Very trippy/psychedelic music that is perfect when you need something weird and out there on the slightly quieter side of experimental music. Each release is a little different, but the core sound is like if the 70's kraut-rock guys were slinging mushrooms with the free jazz guys of the 60's and then jammed out. What if Tangerine Dream had jammed with the Sun Ra Arkestra?

The editing by Tim Geck on the studio albums is what really seems to make the music unique in my opinion. Managing and flowing the sounds from all the various members together in a cohesive manner. Absolutely in love with this band, great stuff. Some favorites so far:

Free LSD LP
Rust Clatter of the Midwest 7"
Crazy Doberman self titled tape
Illusory Expansion tape
hypnagogic relapse and other penumbral phenomena LP
New to me, and it sounds right up my alley.  5 minutes into Free LSD, and it was reminding me of HNAS and that crowd as they got weirder (not necessarily better), Cromagnon "Orgasm", and Limpe Fuchs (Anima, Anima Sound).  Krautrocky Smegma/LAFMS.  Too bad their name isn't something like Rust Clatter.
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« Reply #8170 on: December 06, 2020, 12:39:14 PM »

Thanks for the kind words FM & ZM. Glad heads are discovering the sounds.
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« Reply #8171 on: December 06, 2020, 04:08:33 PM »

Mattias Gustafsson - Tapeworks Volume III
https://altarofflies.bandcamp.com/album/tapeworks-volume-iii

I've been aware of the work of Altar of Flies for some time, but never really bothered to check him out properly. I think I assumed it would be Nordvargr-esque industrial with BM aesthetics for something... So I was surprised when my brother who doesn't listen to much noise recommended this release to me. This is right up my street. Loops and tape deftly controlled to make sounds that are atmospheric, harsh, quiet, and loud in perfect balance. Something about the overall effect of this is very bleak, very dirty, very power electronics without really being power electronics. I get the same vibes from this as I do from a lot of my favourite Grunt works even if they are very different artists. I was happy to see how vast the discography available on bandcamp is, I'll be spending some time with this artist for sure.

Altar of Flies - Female
https://altarofflies.bandcamp.com/album/female

After being blown away by the above, I checked this out, as it's the only Altar of Flies I could find on Spotify. I liked this even more- harsher and darker even than the Tapeworks collection. It ends with one of the most disturbing samples I've heard in industrial, I was walking home from the shops in total darkness when I listened to this and was staring straight ahead wondering what the fuck could possibly be happening and not really wanting to know...

God is War - ApexPredator
https://godiswar.bandcamp.com/album/apexpredator-2

I've only got positive things to say about Koufar and Terror Cell Unit, but I think the first time I listened to God Is War it was maybe before the sound became so focused. It was good, harsh, really individual sounding stuff, but maybe not what I was in the mood for that day. Boy am I glad I checked back in. This is absolutely razor sharp, filthy, punchy electronic music. Noisy as fuck, dissonant and glitchy but definitely music, to my ears anyway. Right this second I'm in the process of listening to everything I can under the God Is War moniker. Rarely does a sound so truly live up to the song titles or project title, but this is totally barbaric shit.
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« Reply #8172 on: December 06, 2020, 06:43:47 PM »

Altar of Flies - Female
https://altarofflies.bandcamp.com/album/female

After being blown away by the above, I checked this out, as it's the only Altar of Flies I could find on Spotify. I liked this even more- harsher and darker even than the Tapeworks collection. It ends with one of the most disturbing samples I've heard in industrial, I was walking home from the shops in total darkness when I listened to this and was staring straight ahead wondering what the fuck could possibly be happening and not really wanting to know...

His best that I’ve heard. The way each sound morphs from one moment to the next is very impressive. Plus it has an absolutely perfect, gross, decayed tape sound and vague, ominous atmosphere of dread. And the end... definitely makes the skin crawl. Powerhouse album.
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« Reply #8173 on: December 08, 2020, 01:42:08 AM »

Beherit - Bardo Exist LP+CD (Kvlt Fi)
https://kvltfinland.bandcamp.com/album/bardo-exist
The latest Beherit record is pure dark ambient. Long drawn out tones, piano, barely audible vocals. Remarkably evocative, with crisp and clean production. This release is more akin to a soundtrack than either of the other electronic Beherit records. The LP comes with a bonus CD that ended up being my favorite material related to this release; pure droning tone with sharp bell tones ringing through. While a far cry from even the energetic electronic music of Electric Doom Synthesis, Bardo Exist rumbles with a brooding and bleak occult atmosphere.
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« Reply #8174 on: December 08, 2020, 02:30:07 AM »

Altar of Flies - Female
https://altarofflies.bandcamp.com/album/female

After being blown away by the above, I checked this out, as it's the only Altar of Flies I could find on Spotify. I liked this even more- harsher and darker even than the Tapeworks collection. It ends with one of the most disturbing samples I've heard in industrial, I was walking home from the shops in total darkness when I listened to this and was staring straight ahead wondering what the fuck could possibly be happening and not really wanting to know...

His best that I’ve heard. The way each sound morphs from one moment to the next is very impressive. Plus it has an absolutely perfect, gross, decayed tape sound and vague, ominous atmosphere of dread. And the end... definitely makes the skin crawl. Powerhouse album.

It's a while since I listened to it but I always thought the end of Female was a child birth recording? I never got the creeps from this. I put it firmly in the Ron Lessard True Sound of Love® category (versus, e.g., Runzelstirn & Gurgelstock Asshole/Snail Dilemma).

Recent listening here ...

Micro_Penis - Schlim LP, La Maison de la Justice LP
I love everything they've done but Schlim is probably my favourite of all their output. Usual elements are all there: some trumpet/trombone/accordion (?), banging/clanging, demented vocals, some noisy electronics, some brooding electronics, etc. Manages to sound unhinged but totally together at the same time. Like the rubber cabbage leaf included with the previous LP, Tolvek - makes perfect sense / no sense (why include a rubber cabbage leaf with the LP? why not include a rubber cabbage leaf with the LP?). Easily one of my favourite groups of the past 10 years or so. And the cover art for La Maison de la Justice!? Ha!

Paul Panhuysen - Long String Installations 3LP
Really excellent set of recordings from 1982 - 2017. Very broad range of sounds. Samples at the label site should give a good indication. Beautifully packaged too. One of my favourite Edition Telemarks.

Kiran Arora - Wormwood Scrubs CD
First release I've heard from Kiran Arora. I'm guessing this will appear on a lot of 2020 lists. It's on mine for sure. Excellent album.

Andy Bolus, Joseph Hammer, John Wiese - Prelude to Hawaiian Radio
Dream team hook up ... doesn't disappoint. Another one for the 2020 list here.
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