Wolf Eyes are severe! Real severe! Like, ripping the eyes from your newly born child's sockets and playing a little game of keepsy upsie's in the hospital car park with 'em! 'Always wrong' is maybe the most severe of the Wolf Eyes records i've been fortune enough to be exposed too and i'm sure it won't disappoint the legion's a crazy fans they've managed to amass with there take on psychedelic post-industrial noise terror. The sounds on this L.P are well fucked up! Heavily treated drums replace electronic beats and a crazed saxophone back-up a course, untreated and very angry vocalist on opening track 'Cellar'. It's cool that the vocal sounds scarier untreated rather than treated, very gravelly. Second track 'Living stone' hints at ambience for a few minutes before breaking into a frenzy and fractured beats and insane down-tuned guitars that is 'Broken order'. Again, rage spits forth from the vocal mic and i'm huddled in a corner fearing for my life! This record gives me the fucking shits yo! Harsh industrial ambience is clearly the order of the day but i get the impression this album is made up primarily of organic sounds which gives it an accessibility to new listeners that is not apparent in previous releases. Title track 'Always wrong' begins with one of the best drilling noises i've ever heard outside of a building site and the the tune kicks ass, like a mid 80's hardcore tune drenched in putrid noise and filth!! YES!! Keep on keeping on good sir's.
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