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Quote from: Baglady on July 10, 2018, 01:23:20 PMMNEM - Hegonon LP (Sentimental Productions)Like waking up on an unmanned and antiquated, rusty old space craft heading nowhere in the middle of nowhere, in outer space, constantly getting stuck in space time loops. Or on abandoned equally antique submarine suddenly coming to life by itself in the Mariana trench. Reminiscent in atmosphere of the Irgun Zwai Leumi LP Klirrfaktor with all that ghostly decaying electronics thing going on, but above all, very Mnem. There's been a nice resurgence of industrial of this eerie nature as of late, at least in my head, with Jim Haynes - Electrical Injuries, Arkhe - Deep In Sleep and Alfarmania & Proiekt Hat - Flugornas Herrar sending me to similar places but taking their own respective routes. A great great album.
Quote from: Fistfuck Masonanie on February 12, 2023, 03:31:47 AMSkin Crime – A Soul Eaten By Darkness c60 (Hospital Productions)Nothing compares to modern Skin Crime. All Hail Skin Crime!
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 27, 2023, 07:44:47 PMWORTH "Penumbral Calypso; Early Garden Walls" tapeHospital productionsIt is good all the way, but I wouldn't think there is like utterly clear compositional direction - or if there is, he avoid the obvious. No building up climax etc. So many of the individual sounds are so full of spontaneous life, always modulated into something new, but very much tech free -feeling.
Quote from: Fistfuck Masonanie on March 04, 2023, 02:01:23 AMSkin Graft – Final Judgment CD (White Centipede Noise) Only just now getting around to listening to this CD. It has been sitting in my "to listen" pile since... JUNE 2022... shit. I knew this was going to be a really good album, but no clue what the hell took me so long. Well worth the wait though. Heard this was supposed to be a Troniks CD but due to a hiatus got picked up by WCN. A really engrossing and enveloping sound. I feel fully consumed by the texture. Maybe because I'm blasting it at high volume as well, which always helps. Extremely blown-out textures. Really blown out. Really pummeling and I can't find the words right now to encapsulate the fullness and power behind these frequencies. I also enjoy how it's really one large developing piece with movements and dynamics.It's funny, or sad, how an album like this where you can tell the artist put his blood, sweat, and tears into creating it, can go with little to no lip service whatsoever afterward. I bet a lot of people really enjoyed this album as well, you just never HEAR about it!Anyway, I really really enjoy Skin Graft, and this is an excellent album. Next up on my neglected listening pile is the Worth Sacred Violence Noise CD. I also have Savage Gospel Horrors Of Nature in the queue.
Quote from: MT on February 19, 2023, 08:58:30 PMEdwige - The Inconsolable Widow Thanks All Those Who Consoled Her CDOne of those CDs that people should be raving about a whole lot more! Three man destruction unit consisting of Mania, The Rita and Sewer Election. And as one should already guess, there's no goddamn way this can be bad. Sound is crunchy as hell, has that power of SE production, excellence of Mania junk metal 'n vocals and The Rita piledriving the static noise phallos into the sweet hole of Edwige Fenech. Great example of a collaboration where every artist compliments the other, no one is getting driven over and all sounds just blend fucking beautifully into this harsh noise chaos. Seriously, every noisehead NEEDS to have this CD! I have no experience of the later recordings when Mania had left this "band", but this one I classify as underrated, and maybe even hidden gem. Available for cheap!