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Getting ready for the apocalypse with Marreck. Cetology is the new eight tracker from the man also known as Michael Hann. Taking you higher and lower than you've ever been, Marreck jacks up the bpm, doubles the layers and increases the intensity to breaking point, with these esoteric cosmic industrial tech-noise abominations. Out on CD Nute.

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Cetology by Marreck
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 13 February 2015

Marreck is a handle of Michael Hann aka Rejections (Opal Tapes). This is his second outing under the alias, following a cassette for Tesla Tapes and comes in an edition of 100 copies from Trensmat sub-label Nute.

Opener ‘Follo’ come off like Japanese psychedelic noise artists KK Null or Astro making epic trance. Then ‘Codex’ gets to work with some screeching synth action with accelerating intensity before winding down into cosmic ambient terrain. ‘Duedecimo’ builds with shuddering kicks and harsh claps before erupting into zapping, fizzing pulses. ‘Melusina’ really gets going half way through with dense textured synth washes and submerged melody.

‘Somina’ is like being on a Japanese bullet train that’s lifted off the tracks and programmed to travel to mars except along the way got sucked into the wormhole that is ‘Culver’ except it’s not a wormhole at all, it is actually a secret droid whale factory at the bottom of the ocean.

Closer ‘Octavo’ is probably the murkiest, eeriest track of the lot; like floating in black shark infested waters, just waiting for one of the bastards to come and liquidise you in a couple of munches. Cool sense of lingering paranoia in this track that’s appealing. As loud as you can get away with on this album is most definitely the way to go.


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