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1 review | 4 people love this record: be the 5th! I decided to bring this home to review as whenever harsh extreme noise music is played in the office it becomes hard to do your job because a) it’s fucking intense and super oppressive and b) it creates bad vibes and a shedload of moaning. So my daughter is in bed and I’m listening to the harsh power electronics of Aaron Dilloway and Kevin Drumm. Whilst I’m listening I’m tr ... »

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I Drink Your Skin by Aaron Dilloway & Kevin Drumm
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4 people love this record. Be the 5th!
8/10 Phil Staff review, 30 January 2013

I decided to bring this home to review as whenever harsh extreme noise music is played in the office it becomes hard to do your job because a) it’s fucking intense and super oppressive and b) it creates bad vibes and a shedload of moaning. So my daughter is in bed and I’m listening to the harsh power electronics of Aaron Dilloway and Kevin Drumm. Whilst I’m listening I’m trying not to look too much at the manky looking zombie which is genuinely upsetting me. Though I am strangely drawn to it (like I was with the original Big Black headache sleeve).

This is a reissue of an old cassette from 2001 on American Tapes and it sees each artist experimenting with each others tape loops and sounds. The Dilloway track is harsh and dark. Loud fuzzings battle with screeching, hums, distortion and aggressive angry sounds for supremacy. There is no clear winner. It’s 100% hard work, though if you’re into power electronics then you’re standing in familiar territory.

Onto everyone’s favourite noise dude of the mo...Kevin Drumm. There’s even more harsh power electronics which sound truly evil. It’s an electronic holocaust of noise which is not for the folks with pacemakers. This is true sonic violence and it if you can stomach this kind of thing then you’re onto a winner as it sounds like good quality noise music. If you can’t then what on earth are you reading a review for a release called ‘I Drink Your Skin’. Brutal, oppressive yet compelling. Those are my final words on the subject.


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