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2 reviews »The Cicciolina Holocaust side of this LP has been digitally remastered directly from analogue tapes and was originally released as a private cassette back in 1984. Performed by Florim Prishtina and Rezart Veseli whose setup in this instance consisted of a couple of Korg Poly 61 synthesizer, Korg KPR77 drum machine, cornet, self-built machines, guitar, effects pedals and tapes. Zigomar is a brood ... »

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9/10 Ant Staff review, 12 May 2011

The Cicciolina Holocaust side of this LP has been digitally remastered directly from analogue tapes and was originally released as a private cassette back in 1984. Performed by Florim Prishtina and Rezart Veseli whose setup in this instance consisted of a couple of Korg Poly 61 synthesizer, Korg KPR77 drum machine, cornet, self-built machines, guitar, effects pedals and tapes. Zigomar is a brooding opener with processed vocals and claustraphobic beats. The darkness continues on 'In Tempore Non Suspecto' with the beats ticking away, again giving the feeling the walls are closing in. It's really quite mechanical sounding and what I would refer to as "proper" industrial music. 'Silent Killing' is the strangest track of the three with some really evil demonic beast sounds gurgling away. This is superbly crafted total nightmare shit! Sermonizer's 5 tracks were recorded between 1983-86 on 4-track. Here the tools consist of synth, guitar, drum machines, found objects, electric shaver etc. Tracks range from the spooked dark ambient of 'Mystery' to the twisted machinations of 'Acid68 to Dica86' to the Throbbing Gristle-esqe 'Sibelius Spiders' and 'Copulator' complete with disembodied female sexual panting and deranged electronics. Fantastic bad trip gear.


Andy The Electric Guitar Effects Pedals Man said:

I loved Throbbing Gristle, great name check and got me thinking. Going to have to give this a try!!

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