Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: bitewerksMTB on May 05, 2018, 12:51:19 AMDoes anyone have rips of theother two CdG tapes? If so, let's trade. Shoot me a pm! Same goes for rare PE compilations.
Quote from: Theodore on May 04, 2018, 10:04:08 PMScum FC - Compensation Culture : My first exposure to Scum FC. Eh, i need some time and more listens to digest this ! First notice is this thing has personality. Out of the ordinary. It's full of samples from TV / radio and i was thinking "i shouldn't like this" but i think i did. And then comes Side B. Total madness ! To me this release has more in common with noisecore than with PE or noise. After the initial "what is this" question, i had a smile on my face all the time during and after the tape was finished. I think i ll love it. If i don't love it already. What is love ? Baby, do hurt me, more, more. Why i am singing, writing this shit ? Need some water on my face.
Quote from: bitewerksMTB on May 10, 2018, 04:59:07 AMHIMUKALT "Knife Through the Spine" LP (Malignant Records)- the title says it all. There's some nasty stuff going on here especially the distorted, phaser vocals. Kinda reminds me of what goes on over at Galakthorroe especially Subliminal. Nice editing, kind of minimal as there is no heavy layering. Nice static, crackling & moaning that sounds great on vinyl. Worth checking out (esp. if you're already a fan of the previous releases).
Quote from: Bloated Slutbag on May 10, 2018, 04:37:18 PMAhlzdeveloper – Ahlzdeveloper cdTook me a while to work up the nerve to comment on this. With this kind of cut up stuff, this... hyper-spasmic spine-jerking neck-twisting bung-ripping... I'm exhausted before the first word hits the page. I'm exhausted before I press the play button. I'm exhausted before I peel off the fucking shrinkwrap. The simple aim: go in, harrd, explore the incisive, sphinctpipe-rending texture of slice, rip, stab. The ignoble end: come out sounding like spastic gibbering mess
Quote from: Bloated Slutbag on May 12, 2018, 06:06:58 PMI posted a link to this in the terminally ill-advised "swamp music" topic, but out of guilt decided the project needed more comment.Bryan Lewis Saunders – Near Death ExperienceA capella power electronics. Does it exist? It does now. Emo a capella power electronics. This chap is way too articulate, intelligent, to hang with pe thug contingent. But maybe he could hang with the pe emo contingent. (Or Wm Bennet. Or Sotos. Or my dick.) If it exists. (I'm telling you, boy, my dick exists. Get on it!) Consider the last Con-Dom record. Or don't, see if I care. Point is, this guy delivers power, POWER, POWER - without electronics- singularly with his vocal chords. Not just the vocal chords, of course, but the things he has to say. Knowledge is power. The word is power. Power in the word, long long long before there were electronics. Incidentally, if you give a shit, there are electronics, but they are incidental. The best bits are completely without that stupid electronic stuff holding the voice, and what it has to say, back. I am in love with this guy, with the Voice, with everything it, emphatically is, ripping into my aural passages. If people feel compelled to jizz it up with electronics, more power to em. All I want is the voice. Ripping me, the world, the universe, a new asshole. Because it can.
Quote from: Bloated Slutbag on May 12, 2018, 06:06:58 PMI posted a link to this in the terminally ill-advised "swamp music" topic, but out of guilt decided the project needed more comment.Bryan Lewis Saunders – Near Death Experience