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Anthony Pasquarosa has been active as a member of the hardcore trio Aerosols, the post-form fuck-duo SQRM, and Josh Burkett's trad-folk unit, Frozen Corn as well as a solo performer. His sonic vision includes weird science fiction and a brevity worthy of Deviants or Deep Fix. Feeding Tube records seemed duly impressed and have thus unleashed this album on their own imprint.  Edition of 210. Includes a download code.

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  • FTR123LP / Ltd LP on Feeding Tube. Edition of 210 copies
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Solar System by World Domination 1 review. Add your own review. 8/10
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8/10 Staff review, 01 August 2014

Anthony Pasquarosa of Aerosols, SQRM and Frozen Corn goes it alone here as World Domination, with an album which to this reviewer's ears and eyes seems to be inspired by the unhinged noise punk and line drawings of Rudimentary Peni, the drum machine punk of Suicide and the tens of imitators that followed them, the satirical robot rock of A Frames and the illuminati/reptilian paranoia of David Icke.

It's done well, the guitars sound really blown out and noisy, the vocals are monotonous and creepy and the drums are all tinny like they're being played next door. It's dark, blown out and repetitive, stomping unstoppably forward on its drum machine legs all cloaked in echo and harsh, loud distortion. Cold, confrontational cyberpunk dirges for alienated conspiracy theorists and fans of bands like Teenage Panzerkorps, Tropical Trash and the ones I mentioned in the previous paragraph. Would listen again.


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