Started by GEWALTMONOPOL, December 15, 2009, 09:30:59 PM
Quote from: RyanWreck on August 03, 2019, 04:54:48 AMI haven't reviewed shit in ages, it's not like you're missing out. Been sitting on the tapes awhile...Sadio - "Sophisticated Methods In Torture"Love the art. Rusty, metallic swaying and build ups, throbbing electronics. Fucking proper. Probably my favorite package as a whole, sound and presentation, in some time (since maybe the Felony Sexual Assault cs?). Makes me wish I was a pervert but instead I just like vanilla vaginal sex with women I find attractive, like some fucking poser.Rvbber VVitch - "Mastvrbations Malveillantes MMXVII" One woman black metal solely dedicated and focused on her rubber/gummi/latex fetish. I could actually see this on IOPS if it was to ever release Metal. The vocals are quite good, spastic gurgling rasps that have a distorted distant sound like they are spit through a megaphone. Programmed drums but you're all used to this by now if you listen to bedroom/ombm. Not bad. The slag is on the gram: https://www.instagram.com/rvbber_vvitch/Body Stress - "Statures Of Indignity"Anxiety noise. Momentum carrying hurried textures of grinding buzz. Side B might make you puke if you listen to it through headphones.
Quote from: ConcreteMascara on August 05, 2019, 06:10:21 PMPart of the issue was misplaced expectations. I often think '80s and '90s comps will be more brutal or aggressive than they are (Noise War and Americanoise aside), and I'm not always in the mood for the variety these old comps offer that's so often praised now.
Quote from: DecemberMan on August 05, 2019, 05:53:25 PM
Quote from: Spectral Burn on August 05, 2019, 11:33:09 PMK2 with Aube - Noise Tournament Vol. 5 (7", Banned Production/Kinky Musik Institute) - A perfect noise release. The A-side, "Junk In The Electro-Fortress" (fantastic title), is searing, classic mid-nineties Japanese noise brutality. The B-side, "Mindscraper", is a quintessential track. Pummeling low-end throb & tons of stereo panning. You can still get this for very good prices on Discogs. I'd highly suggest scoring it if you don't already own it.
Quote from: Spectral Burn on August 05, 2019, 11:33:09 PMK2 - Iron Kulture (7", Self Abuse Records) - A classic 7", a perfect companion to The Rust. Kimihide is still using junk/metal as his main sound source, though at times it sounds like machetes/knives are used. The cover art on this thing is a work of art in itself. Beautiful metallic green embossed "K2" on the front, green/black screenprinting on the back. Question to anyone who owns this: does anyone notice clicking/clipping sounds throughout it? It doesn't sound like surface noise, and it's especially prominent on the first side.
Quote from: RyanWreck on August 06, 2019, 05:05:13 AMQuote from: DecemberMan on August 05, 2019, 05:53:25 PMI lurk this thread exclusively for your reviews.
Quote from: Soloman Tump on August 07, 2019, 01:14:27 PMSaw Soft Issues at Supernormal festival over the weekend, amongst many other quality acts (and also missed loads. Wanted to see Justice Yeldham as never seen him live before but I was helping out on one of the other stages).So I picked up their self titled album at the Merch tent and after an initial listen it sounds very good indeed. never know what to expect with Opal Tapes but this is raw, aggressive and "punk as fuck"https://opaltapes.com/album/soft-issues
Quote from: Baglady on August 09, 2019, 09:26:09 AMMACRONYMPHA - Relentless Agony C60 (Art Konkret) the distorted-to-splinters opera sample in "Coal-Mine Structure Collapse". Bad bad vibe noise.