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Digipak CD on Hypnagogia. Edition of 300 copies.
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Never properly heard these noisy fucktards before but i'm well aware that they're legendary noise pioneers, virtual demi-gods of the "anti-music" fraternity. I wish I could listen to them in the office but there's tender minds, sore throats & weary hearts around these parts & this rumbling, dystopian audio shit-fest may disrupt the relatively calm waters of the workplace today. So here I am, with me headphones on right. Well they're his headphones, not mine, I digress. But they are headphones all the same. And they're filling my wilting shell-likes with, what I can only accurately describe as Musical Concrete. Literally. If I hadn't already broken myself in the past by seeing Whitehouse & KK Null live & listening to Prurient for half a day once, i'd probably be utterly terrified of this racket. It really does take some getting used to but luckily none of the frequencies are too harsh or relentless. It's a very dense, organic mix of industrial collapse, a brief period including some mild whistling frequencies like cheeky baby dentist drills &, essentially, the sound of an eternal monster bulldozer land-shift thing happening outside your bathroom window. Either that or a nuclear holocaust inside an amplified cement mixer. Whatever, it's an interesting listen & kind of cleanses your mind, considering how filthy & wrong it all sounds. The other track is kind of the same with some extra bombs & huge boulders thrown into the mix(er). I'm sure I can hear pneumatic road drills in there, and a skyscraper falling into the ocean. But I may be just hearing things. Hopefully not tinnitus. The noisiest erm....noise recording i've heard in quite some time. Commendable stuff!
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