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Over Depth

To say that the legendary Mick Harris (Lull, Quoit, The Weakener, Monrella, Painkiller, Napalm Death etc.) is back with a bang after Scorn takes a well deserved kip would be an understatement. Prior to 'Over Depth' there was a single Fret 12" released in 1995 on a Downwards offshoot label, and then nothing. Now he returns to the alias, full-forc...view item »

Gravel Bed

Dark lord Mick Harris is back on the Combat label with his second 12" for the imprint under his Scorn tag and he continues his rough and menacing vision of dubstep that he's been creating recently. 'Gravel Bed' is as dark as I've heard from him, with a pounding kick and mega heavy bassline. It's a massive tune that'll have sound systems crumbl...view item »

Refuse: Start Fires

This somehow managed to evade our review pile upon its CD release a few weeks ago. Now it's on on juicy double vinyl so it seemed appropriate for me to tell you how FUCKIN GREAT this album is. Now there is one thing you can say about Mick Harris' output; that is that it's consistent. Any style he appl...view item »

Super Mantis/ W Blackmass Plastics remix

Ant here kick starting my day with a tasty brew and this here Scorn 'Super Mantis' 12" and it's a fine way to begin the day. Birmingham's master of all things slow, dark and heavy has created a monster of a bass heavy tune. Loosley within the dubstep template, it sounds like he's been inspired by the current wave of producers but his approach ...view item »

In The Margins

As far as I'm concerned Mick Harris is a total fucking genius. Since the days of Napalm Death he's been making extremely deep and uncompromising music under like a zillion different names with his most popular being Scorn. Recently he's been recording under that alias and creating some of the heaviest, murky, industrial dubstep on the planet. Thi...view item »

Sleeparchive / Regis & Scorn / AM-PM
We Can Elude Control

My special surprise this week got me excited when I clocked it. It's a limited edition CD called 'We Can Elude Control' with three pieces that were commissioned for some audio visual installations. The artists involved Mick Harris (Scorn/ Lull etc), Karl O'Connor (Regis/ British Murder Boys), Roger Semsroth (Sleeparchive/ Skanfrom) and Radovan Scas...view item »

Greetings From Birmingham

on Hymen is the new Scorn CD which is some dude from Birmingham (the title gives it away...)who used to make thrash metal and now he makes intense electronic music with crazy sub bass sounds and big beats.... Greetings From Birmingham is CD only and a thunderously joyful affair...view item »