Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 17, 2011, 08:42:17 PMSlogun new CD, fucking hell! Could this be up to very top in Slogun discography! And now as ltd 300 cd, being smaller pressing than almost anything in back catalogue. Don't miss!
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 10, 2011, 09:12:25 PMHaare "death happening" 7", hahahah!!!! English guys have the good taste to treat our Finnish drone shaman! First At War With False noise put out cd with front cover saying HAAPE and now Turgid Animal unleashes the amazing beast of suomi-leijona into back cover!! Total classic!!! Red-neck drone? I think that is something what really needs to be there. I'm pretty impressed. What comes to the music, Haare is surprisingly chaotic and disharmonic here! Layers of reversed sounds creates demonic roaring noise. Which isn't harsh, but very far from relaxing. I'd like to congratulate band for being able to bring some nice new things to its approach! Other side is much more conventional Haare with eerie guitar drones and lots of layers of things happening. Could it be that reversed side is the other side.. just reversed? Nevetheless, Good 7"!
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 18, 2011, 07:59:22 AMComplexity of the songs and variation in sounds is higher than ever before. It is still Slogun. So for example delay drenched vocals having "same sound" is present in many tracks, but now some changes on that department too. To me it sounds like Slogun is the most experimental and the most innovative about the sounds he uses than for years.
Quote from: hannes on February 18, 2011, 09:17:02 PMPrurient - The History Of Aids, LPI don't think I need any other Prurient release besides this one. So good!
Quote from: Ashmonger on February 19, 2011, 11:47:08 AMAnenzephalia - Noehaem (LP, Tesco/Zaetraom): Started weird with the first track being kind of classical music (dark, subdued kind of but still), not what I expected, then the second track starts with electronics, but in a way compliments the first track very well, so this works fine. (That first track in itself is good as well, just was not what I expected, hehe.) Overall this is some really good Death Industrial. Really like this LP.
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 19, 2011, 03:51:01 PMPimp Aktion-Slutgun LP.Loooong awaited record, being the slightly cut version of original nearly unreleased C-60 tape on Zero Cabal. Nearly - because I think the planned anti LP packaging never happened, but some copies of tape with insert was sent around. I happened to get it back then, and thought the rough and crunchy noise was just too dull to capture my attention compared the genius works of Streicher. Years later, I listened tape again, and it was much much much better than my old memories. And now when I listen this LP, I must say this is my impression still. It is simple, crunchy and relatively low fidelity harsh noise wall, yet it has this "non pedal" sounding overdrive in all what happens. Making is very tasty and nice sounding, not too distorted. Not too thin. Not too processed. The moaning or howling voice is such a demented thing, when it arrives once in a while, you rarely hear such element in noise! Totally brilliant! I don't know if it's just the lack of very high crispy sounds combined with dry extra cold weather (-25 *C or whatever..), but surface noise is pretty extensive. Snap, crackle and pop is there constantly.
Quote from: TheGreatEcstasy on February 19, 2011, 05:11:33 PMQuote from: Ashmonger on February 19, 2011, 11:47:08 AMAnenzephalia - Noehaem (LP, Tesco/Zaetraom): Started weird with the first track being kind of classical music (dark, subdued kind of but still), not what I expected, then the second track starts with electronics, but in a way compliments the first track very well, so this works fine. (That first track in itself is good as well, just was not what I expected, hehe.) Overall this is some really good Death Industrial. Really like this LP.Try listening to this album and nothing else for an entire day. Preferably when not leaving the flat/house. What at first seems boring and non eventful evolves into a truly oppressive album if given enough time and effort. It'll make you feel quite anxious and uncomfortable. The first time this album really hit me was when I was stuck in one of the many never ending queues in the London rush hour. Perfect!
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 19, 2011, 03:51:01 PMIf someone can advice for more stuff like this, please go ahead!! Perhaps not the cleanest pressing heard in world of vinyl, yet sound is so suitable for vinyl format.