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Blue Sabbath Black Cheer are responsible for my allocated Noise record of the week. Thanks guys. They've put a most intriguing horned beast on the cover of their latest horror-core waxing which initially sounds like rotting tapes of a seance in a freezing abattoir next to a haunted disused train station. That's at 33 1/3rd anyway. It's probably supposed to spin at 45, i'll try the next track at th ...

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Dead Death by Blue Sabbath Black Cheer
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6/10 Brian Staff review, 01 October 2009
Blue Sabbath Black Cheer are responsible for my allocated Noise record of the week. Thanks guys. They've put a most intriguing horned beast on the cover of their latest horror-core waxing which initially sounds like rotting tapes of a seance in a freezing abattoir next to a haunted disused train station. That's at 33 1/3rd anyway. It's probably supposed to spin at 45, i'll try the next track at that shall I? Oh, razor sharp feedback, please desist from hurting my ears so much whilst you hurl around in a vortex of shrill hatred and you can tell that screamy type bloke that his dear mum just rang up to ask if he wants the crusts cut off his cucumber & cress sandwiches. Nobhead. However, as a noise record it's most effective is this, proper wanabee satanic shit that's up there with some of the best misanthropic Wolf Eyes speed sludge, but on a Wednesday afternoon when I feel a bit run down & weary i just want to punch its noisy hateful face clean off. That's why i'm UNMOVED and I simply can't face side 2 which may be the finest thing ever committed to vinyl.

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