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Basillica come through with some quality turgid noise to hurt Uncle Brian's ears, the monging sound of an underground cavern being scraped out with shovels forged from the remains of concrete ghosts. Or the sound a rat in a damp alcove would hear if it was caught foraging in the wall recess of a murky pub backroom where some nihilistic sound sculptor was merging haunting guitar drone textures with ...

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Rotting Desert Queen And The Black Isolator Radar Strip by Basillica
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 08 October 2009
Basillica come through with some quality turgid noise to hurt Uncle Brian's ears, the monging sound of an underground cavern being scraped out with shovels forged from the remains of concrete ghosts. Or the sound a rat in a damp alcove would hear if it was caught foraging in the wall recess of a murky pub backroom where some nihilistic sound sculptor was merging haunting guitar drone textures with industrial field recordings. Quite muffled, freeform & strangely inviting, this particular Basillica don't sound anything like the Roman religious temple they're (almost) named after. They sound like the dank sewer running beneath, infested with all forms of mutant bacteria & deformed denizens of the night. Haunting stuff, the nattily titled 'Rotting Desert Queen And Black Isolator Radar Strip' is on the ever stubborn Blackest Rainbow, ltd to 100.

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