Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: Baglady on August 09, 2019, 09:26:09 AMMACRONYMPHA - Relentless Agony C60 (Art Konkret)Judging from the discogs rating (as if that's a reliable indicator) this is hardly a fan favorite. But it is a favorite of mine. What it might lack in impressive execution (compared to the more well known works), it makes up for in atmosphere. Although this is from 1994, before Stimbox had anything to do with Macronympha, I come to think of his better stuff, and also a whiff of Crack from the year after. Psychotic nightmare panic noise. Someone is clearly not right in the head here. All the usual time typical Macro ingredients are here, but filtered through a veil of high fever and sick sweat. And the samples; the 911 call sample in "The Hatred of Death" and the distorted-to-splinters opera sample in "Coal-Mine Structure Collapse". Bad bad vibe noise.
QuoteFinal Solution's "Mass Death" cd (Der Bunker)
Quote from: bitewerksMTB on August 10, 2019, 05:21:25 AMI've listened to the brand spankin' new compilation compiled by Worth on his label, Prose Nagge, entitled "The Silent Continuity Of All Existence With Which The Victim Is Now One" featuring Kakerlak (best track overall), Heinz Hopf, Mania, Thot Gor, Body Care, Hymenal Opening, & a whole bunch more all distorting everything to death. Strong tracks all the way through with a few like Kakerlak,H.H., H.O., & Shredded Nerve being the highlights.
Quote from: bitewerksMTB on July 30, 2019, 01:55:15 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.
Quote from: THE RITA HN on August 10, 2019, 09:02:33 AMQuoteFinal Solution's "Mass Death" cd (Der Bunker)I've had this on repeat since it arrived.
Quote from: Major Carew on August 23, 2019, 04:08:05 PMSARIN SNOW - 'Incurring Wisdom' (Slave Chandelier) TAPEPicked this up at Kontti a couple of weeks ago. I greatly enjoyed what Sarin Snow did live, it was basically what is on this tape (ominous droning, effected vocals, buried samples and whatnot) but by technical necessity more disjointed, louder & rougher which gave it another edge that was just....weird, but in a good & unnerving way. Vocals were louder live etc. The tape is the same but more sluggish, in a good way, and the other elements that appeared more clearly live are way more buried here. I like how the vocals are disembodied and inhuman compared to a lot of other US projects which are way too nasal and overly shouty for my taste, and the whole release doesn't force itself upon you. Sarin Snow's vocal approach here is quite similar to something Steel Hook Prosthesis would do. Very cold and almost mechanical. The tape is also just the right length, not too long. Fills a lot of space without doing too much.The cover art is also great. Highly recommended.