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Ein Sample ist bei ihm mehr als einfach nur ein Sound, sondern auch ggf,. Jetzt kehrt er zurück auf den Dancefloor mit dem ersten Album seit 9 Jahren, das er selbst als "electronic music for the soul" bezeichnet.

In den Songs verbirgt sich auch oft ein Dub-Bass oder -Effekt, auch ein bisschen Jazz via Klavier oder auch elektronische Texturen lassen sich entdecken in den dunklen, atmosphärischen Songs. Ein fesselndes Album einer an einen guten Wein erinnerenden Untergrundlegende. Mitglieder von Dampfmaschine und Panzerhölle aus. Paaren den traditionellen Metal mit 90er Doom-Einflüssen. Waren übrigens zuletzt passenderweise mit Crowbar unterwegs.

Soundtechnisch geht das in eine ähnliche Richtung, die Scheibe ist sehr rifforientiert und der Sänger wechselt desöfteren seinen Gesangsstil. Progrockanteile, Postrockdynamik, Jazzharmonien, Mike Patton-Projektartigen Soundtrackmomente mit Klarinette als Führungsinstrument auf Wolken elektronisch-ambientöser Musik, arabische Streichereinsätze, verzerrte Gitarrenlinien, momumentale Bläser, grandioses Jazzdrumming usw.

Horntveth ist der morphende Keykeeper aus Matrix, jeder Part öffnet einen Neuen, es geht immer weiter innerhalb der Songs auf dem reifsten, elaboriertesten und am beeindruckendsten Emotionen transportierenden Album, auf dem eine Überraschung der nächsten folgt und Lars zum Schluss jeden Songs immer einen gelungenen Abschluss findet. Bislang war die Scheibe nur als Kassette und exklusiv auf der Homepage der Band zu haben. Organisches und Synthetisches gehen eng einher auf diesem atmosphärischen Album, das von den Stimmungen und der Art des Songwritings her vor allem an die ähnlich gestalteten Songwelten von SOHN erinnert.

Das Duo bringt Dubstep mit einer das gesamte Album durchzieghenden, in Moll gehaltenen Sehnsuchtsnote zusammen, greift auf Stilmittel aus Dubstep und House zurück, reichert die organisch und reduziert klingenden Songs mit Klavierlines oder Streichern an und schenkt dem Album unter die Haut und ans Herz gehende Vocals, die durch Zeit und Raum zu schweben scheinen.

Und das zum einen in der von anderen, als auch in seiner eigenen. Die 12 neuen Stücke vereinen nämlich sowohl starke Smiths-Einflüsse mit dem Sound der Heavens - einem seiner Projekte das das einzige Album released hatte. Postpunk trifft auf 80er Pop und 90er Poppunk, was dem Herrn Skiba wie immer gut gelingt. Zwar kommen hier auch wieder Violine, Akustikgitarre, diverse Percussion, etc zum Zug, man hat den damals vorherrschenden Gypsy Punk bzw Pirate-Folk-Anteil aber deutlich runtergeschraubt.

Die 10 Stücke wurden eben überwiegend in klassischer 3 Instrumenten Besetzung komponiert und das hört man ihnen auch über aus positiv an. Damals befand sich die Mod-Bewegung in England auf ihrem Höhepunkt: Das alles bringen Monoklub authentisch auf die Bühne.

Trotz anglophiler Tendenzen singen die drei auf Deutsch. Den Rest übernehmen hanseatischer Charme und das nötige Quantum Selbstbewusstsein. Es wird getanzt und gelacht - bis einer heult.

Auf ihrem fünften Album zeigen sich die instrumentalen Groove Rocker so vielschichtig wie nie: Und Pink Floyd schimmern auch immer wieder durch. Eine eigenartige wie eigenwillige Fusion von Elementen traditioneller afrikanischer Folklore mit Tsonga-Disco, Kwaito und südafrikanischem House mit dem Geist der Shangaan People, Akkordeon und nach Old Skool-Casio-Electronica klingenden Elementen, durchgeknallten und übertrieben schnellen 80er Jahre-Drumcomputersounds.

New Wave-Einflüsse der 80er spielen hier genauso eine Rolle wie gepitchte und gesamplete afrikanische Vocals, die in einem Afrofuturismus aufgehen, der die weltweite digitale Diaspora in den Vordergrund schiebt ohne zu vergessen, wo man herkommt.

Afrofuturistische Ravesound für Nervöse und Weltoffene. Die elf neuen Lieder sprühen vor Lebenslust und guter Beobachtungsgabe, und das Augenzwinkern der Berliner Schnauze verabreicht jedem hüftsteifen Deutschen einen lieben Arschtritt, auf dass er sich seiner Hemmungen entledige und in die bunte, wild tanzende Meute stürze.

Die britischen Begründer des Gothic Metal melden sich mit ihrem Studioalbum fulminant zurück und präsentieren darauf einen perfekten Querschnitt durch ihr bisheriges Werk zwischen klassisch hartem Metal, tonnenschwerem Doom und eingängigem Düsterrock. Damals zurecht abgefeiert auf der Insel und britscher gehts nimmer. Ihre Singles landen regelmässig in den Charts und Popgrössen nahmen sich ihrer an u. Legende Ian Broudie Lightning Seeds , Und sie sind ziemlich genial im Adaptieren aller angesagter Strömungen.

Der Power Pop der 2. Vor kurzem vereinte sich das klassische 90er Jahre Lineup der Band erneut und lässt Skinless härter als jemals zuvor mit einer ordentlichen Portion von brutalem Death Metal aufleben. Das Album ist voll mit charakteristischen, markerschütternden Grooves und extremer Härte. Skinless sind zurück, und sie sind da, um Euch in den Staub zu hämmern! Die Jungspunde, haben ganz schön Drive, werden vom Potenzial ähnlich wie die Sleaford Mods gehandelt, klingen aber eher nach überdrehten McLusky mit pissed, british Vocals und Garage-Momenten, die man ähnlich auch bei den White Stripes finden könnte.

Mit trashy Drums, verzerrter Gitarre, alten Synthies und jeder Menge Hall auf den Vocals geht es dringlich und düsteren, roh und wild zu.

Gerade ist sie 18 geworden, 2 EPs veröffentlichte sie als 16jährige. Harvey und Cat Power hervortreten. Kunstvoller Minimalismus in rudimentären Grooves oder ungeschminkte Rauhheit ihres brüchigen, barmenden Gesangs bei den Folkstücken. Überraschend kommt da doch ihr neues Album, auf dem der kongeniale Produzent, Sänger und Technopionier Khan eine wesentliche Rolle als dritter im Bunde ausübte. Album der College-Garagerockband aus Nashville. Bekannt als Veteranin der Portland-Experimentalszene veröffentlichte sie sphärische ShoegazeAmbientPopsounds, die Twin Peaks assoziieren und doch Überquellen von eigener surrealer Schönheit.

The psychedelic mazes on the cover art are brought to you by the amazing, AP Shrewsbury. The album will be released in multiple vinyl configurations in a g, full color sleeve with a digital download code. The compact disc version and the digital download will include 2 bonus tracks that are not on the vinyl. Each year students will be working with a band to shoot promotional photo and video, draft a marketing campaign, and publicize the album release and subsequent shows.

Akustischer Punkrock, gepaart mit bitterbösen, teils auch sehr persönlichen Texten wurde in einer emotionalen Art und Weise dargeboten, die jeden berührte.

AF klingen wieder härter und aggressiver als zuletzt ohne ihre Trademarks zu verleugnen - und das ist gut so!. Das Album lehnt sich vom Titel her an den arabischen Frühling an, in dessen Zuge mehrere Diktatoren in arabischen Ländern nach demokratischen Protesten abtreten mussten. Re-Issue auf farbigen Vinyl, lim !

Songs wie "Rambo", "Stühle Rücken" oder gleich der Opener "Walbaby" zeigen überzeugend, dass etwas weniger Gitarrenverzerrung und generell feingeistigere Arrangements der Band gut stehen. Dissident bleiben, das eigene Unwohlsein artikulieren und eine Gitarre auch mal gegen den harmonischen Fluss laufen lassen - Captain Planet machen auf ihrem Debüt instinktiv alles richtig.

Wer sich schon immer gefragt hat was die Jungs vom Homestory Magazin machen wenn sie nicht gerade mit Dirk von Lowtzow Pfanner trinken: Zusammen mit Schlagzeuger Angry Stef und Gitarrensoli-Gott Reichsmarshall Omega gibt es 14x überaus witzigen nicht albernen - na gut manchmal auch albernen Deutschpunk, der mit einer dicken Pop-Kante und allerhand zitierfähigen Lyrics "Für die Diplomatie zu jung, für den Krieg zu alt" zum Beispiel..

Ein wahres Kleinod, das weder sich selbst noch andere zu ernst nimmt. Und wenn "Wicked Lady" ihre Finger im Spiel hat, kaufe ich blind.

Hand voll Copies am Start!! Der Sound liefert nach wie vor eine gute Mische aus Garage, 77er, Postpunk und Powerpop den man sich aus Nuancen der Wipers, Jawbreaker, Observers zusammenschraubt und mit deutlich mehr Eigenständigkeit versieht als viele Genre-Kollegen.

First come, first serve! Human Abfall und das eNde bitten zu Tisch. HA geben sich lyrisch wie immer kryptisch und instrumentalistisch klingt man auch diesmal wieder nach Früher Avantpunk. DE liefern Nachtisch mit "Himbeerpool" und "Muskatnuss". Selbstredend in Moll gehalten und nach vorn gepeitschte Stücke, die Punk und Postpunk verbinden - lecker!

Greift zu so lange es noch warm ist! Die künstliche Verlängerung der Adoleszenz war eines der erklärten Hauptziele, als die vierköpfige Notgemeinschaft Peter Pan sich vor 5 Jahren gründete. Die dafür zur Verfügung stehenden Mittel: Gitarre, Bass, Schlagzeug und Gebrüll.

Die Fähigkeiten als auch die Ziele: Seit der Gründung der damaligen Zweckgruppierung hat sich durchaus etwas getan. Musikalisch wurde die lang gepflegte 2,5-Akkordregel mehr und mehr missachtet und die rumpeligen Gehversuche entwickelten sich zu einer Mixtur, die sich am ehesten als eine Weiterentwicklung der alten Hamburger Punkrockschule bezeichnen lässt.

Neben den von der Notgemeinschaft bekannten kämpferischen und politisches Statements finden sich auf der neuen Platte auch so einige persönliche Stücke zwischen Wehmut, Durchhaltevermögen und Aufbruchstimmung. The band made of these and sold them at a few live shows; we exclusively have the rest of the stock.

Original pressing was limited to copies on see-through blue vinyl. Straighter als bislang wummert der Titeltrack nach vorn - think of M. Auf der B-Seite wird es wieder weirder, allerdings ist man ebenfalls weiter raus aus der Garage als bislang und präsentiert schrägen Postpunk der Marke Wire, The Fall mit Psychpunk-Elementen. Nicht schlecht, aber der Hit ist die A-Seite.

Erstauflage auf schickem clear Vinyl! Gespielt wird female fronted Hardcorepunk, der so aggressiv heute kaum zu finden ist. Die Drums rumpeln wie ein Mix aus der Wipers und Zero Boys-Rhytmusmaschine, die Gitarre keift und kreischt ohne Ende und Sängerin Maryjanes Vocals kommen, mal im Sprechgesang, dann wieder geschrien, so intesiv wie selten.

Limited colored first press! Von Hardcore ist keine Spur zurück geblieben, stattdessen gibt es vor Melancholie nur so strotzende Stücke, die mit einem Bein in den 80ern stehen und sich unüberhörbar an Bands wie den allmächtigen Joy Division orientieren, aber auch das Genre-Revival um Kollegen wie Cut City und Editors überdeutlich verarbeiten - und das schaffen sie nebenbei bemerkt auf ziemlich hohen Niveau.

Damit sind sie nun zwar ein paar Jahre zu spät um auf die Welle aufzuspringen, aber das macht es genaugenommen umso sympathischer und authentischer.

Eine vor Abwechslung nur so strotzende Achterbahnfahrt, klar ist nur, dass das hier progressives Songwriting auf allerhöchstem Niveau ist. Ich stehe diesem Werk ein passender Begriff gespalten gegenüber, bin aber eigentlich auch null überrascht! Die Jungs sind genial, technisch perfekt, kreativ, intelligent, offen für neue Ideen und sie haben einen Background an Möglichkeiten und Musik der sprachlos macht. All das spielen sie hier noch deutlicher aus, als auf dem Debüt.

Da werden Songs konstruiert, bei denen Ideen für 2 Platten drinstecken, da werden Manöver mit den Instrumenten und der Technik gefahren, da bleibt einem die Spucke weg, da traut man sich Dinge zusammenzubringen und Tiefen und Höhen auszuloten musikalisch, wie auch technisch , wie es sonst nur Kreativlinge auf obskuren Sammler-Labels wagen oder auf Ipecac, das würde auch für Mars Volta passen.

Wären da nicht z. Vinyl und CD sind demnach identisch. Seite 6 der Vinylversion ist Gravur, Aufmachung sehr chefig. Mastered for vinyl and lacquers made by the famous Stan Ricker, an audio engineer responsible for many of Mobile Fidelity's most heralded past releases.

Audio master sources are Limited Edition Gram Audiophile vinyl. High quality matte Gatefold jacket. Full Color 11 x 11 Insert! Walters Stimme bleibt eine der markantesten in diesem Bereich: Zusammenstellung aus der guten "Coffee Black"-Phase der Band!

Die Überraschung der Saison! Roch die Debüt-EP doch noch stark nach Motörhead vs. Poison Idea oder auch Discharge vs. Bathory, so hat Kurt Ballou Converge den Jungs nun eine derart mächtige Produktion auf den Leib geschneidert, dass es mir die Sprache verschlägt. Obwohl die HC und Punk Einflüsse noch zu spüren sind, ist der Einfluss des schwedischen Deathmetals kaum zu überhören.

Wo andere bösedreinguckendedoomster vor lauter Gefährlichkeit nicht eine Hook zustande bekommen, platzt "Heavy Breathing" geradezu vor Ideenreichtum, famosen Riffing und gnadenlosen Breaks. Vinyl im thick stoughton jacket!

Zählen zu den Aushängeschildern des Europäischen Hardcores! Könnte durchaus an den mächtigen Gangshouts, gepaart mit treibendem Groove, knackigen Breakdowns und nicht selten durchgedrücktem Gaspedal liegen.

Italienisches Geschoss, das genau das liefert was Name und Albumcover versprechen: Kann mehr als einige Genrekollegen! Hardcorepunk aus Schweden, der sozusagen als Nachfolger der Raped Teenagers fungiert. Steht tief in den 80ern und bediehnt die Sparte Angry Samoans meets Adolescents. Aufgenommenes Konzi vom Jetzt zum ersten Mal überhaupt erhältlich!

Wurd damals via 8-Track Rekorder mitgeschnitten und nun hierfür frisch gemixt und gemastert. Der Sound der Scheibe selbst ist natürlich kein audiophiler Schnickschnack aber trotzdem besser als so manch "produziertes" Album von Dead Moon. Johnny Tex und Warren Fisher setzen an wo man bei FP aufgehört hat und spielen geil trashigen Garagepunk der sich sowohl auf Neo-Garage und Psych beruft als auch unüberhörbar 60s Teenbands und die Cramps zur Gallionsfigur wählen.

Ein majestätischer wie psychedelischer Zauber liegt in der Luft auf dem neuen, in einem Amsterdamer Industrieviertel zusammengeschraubten Album des holländischen "Barock-Pop" Prinzen, Produzenten und Multi-Instrumentalisten, auf dem Traum und Realität zu verschwimmen scheinen. Eine märchenhafte Welt mit zeitlosem Songwriting, geküsst von den 60ern, mit einem Referenzspektrum zwischen Brian Wilson, Curt Boettcher und Syd Barrett, eingespielt mit u. Ästhetisch steht er mit diesem weltfremden Eskapismus und Retrofuturismus in direkter Nachbarschaft von Tame Impala, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, John Maus bis hin zu Broadcast und Stereolab, beweist aber Charakter mit einem unverkennbaren, eigenen Stil.

Neues Werk der "Australian psych lords" als Vinyl only. Alle Ingredienzien hypnotischer Lavalampensounds sind enthalten: Man kann zugleich von einer einzigen Suite ausgehen, ein Trip in das Kino der melodischen Abstrusitäten: Dazwischen Orgel, Acid-Gitarre, Congas, etc.

A super fine slab from the original Kings of Basement Rock! John Dwyer und seine Boys sind zurück mit neuer Platte. War man auf dem Vorgänger noch unfassbar dringlich, bedrohlich und so heavy wie noch nie, transportieren die neuen Stücke zwar nicht weniger weirden Psychrock, wirken weitestgehend aber versöhnlicher.

In den Hintergrund gerückte Synths, Akustikgitarre und rauschender Wind, der als Sample über den Stücken liegt schaffen eine ganz eigene, neue Atmosphäre. Wiederholungen gibt es bei den Jungs nicht - alles was spannend erscheint wird zu eigen gemacht und stetig weiterentwickelt.

Die Platte will zwar ebenfalls möglichst laut gespielt werden, die Drogen scheinen aber andere zu sein. Wirkte "Drop" noch wie ein wirrer LSD-Trip, erscheint die neue Scheibe eher wie ein zurückgelehnter Kiffer, der gelegentlich zum Kühlschrank hechtet - im besten Sinn natürlich. Die letztjährige Erstpressung auf Rise Above ist mittlerweile eine der meistgesuchten Scheiben auf dem Vinylmarkt. Gewöhnlich werden Exemplare im höheren 3-stelligen Bereich gehandelt.

Ähnlich wie ihre ehemaligen Labelmates Ghost halten sie ihre Identität geheim. Die Vocals tönen nach einem besessenen, bis hinter beide Ohren mit Acid vollgepumpten John Lennon, aber auch die Frage, ob es sich dabei nun um eine männliche oder weibliche Person handelt, kann nicht eindeutig geklärt werden. Reissue des erschienenen Albums! Deeply rooted in North African and European folk traditions, the album features evocative vignettes with breezy vocals and minimal accompaniment of classical guitar, strings and woodwinds.

As always, there is a mercurial quality to their lyrics. Ganz untypisch hat das Album fast schon einen Mainstream Sound. Dazwischen stieg er bei Sonic Youth ein und aus und verfeinerte deren Sound in ihrer Spätphase hörbar. Und jetzt wirft der Überbegabte uns einfach so ein zeitloses Meisterwerk hin.

Zeitlos, weil es makellos erscheint beim Songwriting, weil es eine eigenwillige Handschrift trägt, mit einer hohen Instrumenten-Dichte aufwartet, zu der auch oft das Klavier und immer wieder Orchesterinstrumente gehören.

Dabei erinnert am meisten an den geistesverwandten Robert Wyatt. Es wurde in über 5 Jahren seiner Entstehung immer wieder überarbeitet bis zum finalen Stadium. Nachdem das "scab dates" Werk eher unnötig war, hier das er-Album der Progrocker um Cedric Bixler und Omar Rodriguez-Lopez beide Ex-At the Drive In , das erstmals ohne "Roten Faden" auskommt, und noch improvisierter angegangen wurde, was aber überraschenderweise gar nicht so hörbar wurde.

Omar schrieb die kompletten Songs inklusive Bläser die diesmal mehr Raum bekommen haben etc. Keine Kompromisse wenn es um das Einlassen auf Hörgewohnheiten und Mainstreamerwartungen geht! Bei den Jungs ist man nie vor Überraschungen gefeit, bei dem neuen Album hat wohl ein antiques "Hexenbrett" ein altes orientalisches Spiel eine entscheidende okkulte Rolle gespielt!?

Ein musikalisches Erzeugnis, dass man von den beiden Querköpfen Omar Rodriguez-Lopez und Cedric Bixler nach dem zerjazzten 'Amputechture' längst nicht erwarten konnte. Ich wollte Abstand von der Musik gewinnen, die wir zuletzt gemacht haben. Das Album kommt tight und geschlossen, mit überschaubaren Songlängen. Einen nicht kleinen Teil tragen sich die sieben Musiker u. By , Pearl Jam were already well on their way to becoming one of the biggest bands in the world.

And this is a radio broadcast from that defining era. Verfeinern weiter ihren farbenfrohen, euphorischen Happy-Sound der besonders durch den eingängigen, "fiepsigen" Gesang besticht. Die zwei Gitarren merkt man, spielen sich gerne die ein oder andere raffinierte Lead zu, gerne auch gedoppelt.

Filigran, dynamisch, groovy, mit massenweise Breaks und Richtungsänderungen. Ein echtes Feuerwerk eingerahmt von den typischen Gitarrenriffs, die auf eine kolossale Rhythmussektion treffen. Eine mal Patchuli-verhangene, mal schleppende, mal nach vorne gehende Angelegenheit zwischen Psych-Pop und garagigem Vintage-Rock. Auch spanische Gitarren erklingen neben Doors-Orgel, rückwärts zu laufen scheinenden Lines und den verhuschten, fast Dream-Pop-artigen Vocals.

Dennoch dank der Schule von Sune Rose Wagner auf dem Vorgängeralbum bei den verschiedenen Gitarrenverzerrungen eine unruhige, aufmüpfige Scheibe, die auch immer wieder mit Proto-Punk flirtet und mit flirrenden Effekten aufwartet.

Selten solche Intensität in langgezogenen Songs gehört. Unerbittlich ihrer eigenen Vision folgend, die da sein könnte: VibratoGitarrenmodulationen gehen in HeavyBluesRiffs auf, mantrisch zelebriert, Orient-Glissandi steigen auf und alles leuchtet.

Wenn Gesang, dann aus der sanften Echokammer. Ein übergeschnapptes Übertreiben, ein unglaublicher Spass. I'm Your Biggest Fan". Ein Konzeptalbum über die Geschichte eines obsessiven Fans einer lokalen, fiktionalen Band namens The Moonlandingz und wie dessen Verehrung bald in Stalking und dann dramatisch schnell in etwas noch Schlimmeres umschwingt.

Ein Spoken Word-Hörspiel-Event, mit elektronischer Musik verschiedener Couleur, Kaffeehausmusik, Avantgarde und experimenteller Musik eindrucksvoll in Szene gesetzt, ab und an erklingt ein swampiger Marsch, ein krautig-motorischer Beat, eine ghosty Landscape entsteht, manchmal ist auch ein Miniatursong zu hören. Enthält die limited edition-Moonlandingz". Eine ihrer besten Scheiben, muss man haben!

Röhrt, dröhnt und fuzzed alles weg! Hier glühen die Verstärker! Damals live gesehen und eine Woche Ohrensausen gehabt. Haben richtig gute Songs in der tasche, die hängen bleiben, keine Selbstversänlichkeit bei dem Sound des Quartetts, um die gerade in L.

Eine elegante, zeitlose Zusammenarbeit, die die Qualitäten der beiden bündelt. Jad tut der stilistisch offene, aber doch immer wieder auch mit eher klassischem britischem Indie-Pop und gitarrenlastigem Powerpop flirtende Sound gut, den Blake in Songs hat einfliessen lassen.

Klasse auch der Jazz-Approach bei dem umwerfenden Titeltrack oder dem ideal für Motivationsseminare geeignete, mit ironischen Jad Fair-Lyrics versehene Americana-Klavier-Track "Now is the time", der genau wie das tolle "The real deal" Avant-Pop der besten Sorte darstellt. Oder das elegante "Add your Name" mit klasse female Backingvocals, das wie das gesamte Album Positivität ausstrahlt dank elegantem Songwriting und einem Jad Fair in lyrischer Bestform.

Shit, sind die cool. Album steht dem in gar nichts nach. Der Titel ist Programm. Wie ein gigantengleicher Geräuschmeister lockt und lodert das allgegenwärtige zyklisch agierende Schlagzeug; die Orgel schwelt und raucht vor verzerrten Drones: Krautrock der New Yorker Schule, knapper und stringenter als die früheren Alben. In seiner Tiefe beeindruckender Art-Pop, der sich aus komplexen Schichten von Bläserfanfaren und Orchesterinstrumenten schält, die auf ungewöhnliche Weise als Gerüst für die wunderschönen, warm klingenden, abgestuften mantraartigen Gesangs-Popmelodien dienen.

Dazu experimentelles, elektronisches, fast mechanisch klingendes Drumming, funkiger Bass, Gitarreneinschübe, sirrende Synthies und ein Gestus, der auch an die Talking Heads oder TV on the Radio auf Drogen denken lässt. Irre Rhythmusverschachtelungen und noch irrere Sounds und dennoch Pop. Farbiges g-Vinyl mit Klappcover back in stock! Rot wie die Wut. Rot wie das Anstreichen im Kalender. Rot wie die Liebe. Das Herzklopfen wohnt in jeder Textzeile des neuen Werkes.

Mai erscheint dieser Songreigen. Im Frühling kommen Frühlingsgefühle auf, so luftig leicht, so schwebend, so glücklich machend, berichtet der Songreigen doch v. Ein erwachsenes Album voller Schönheit und neuer Zuversicht in der textlichen Reflektion.

Mitunter noch lauten die Titel: Abgesang und Zustimmung der Generation zugleich. Vorbei der Sturm und Drang, hin zu der Romantik aufgeklärter Lebensbejahung. Das Private ist politisch und es ist wunderschön. Auf dem Vorgängeralbum schuf Ruban Nielson einen Trademarksound, der auf dem 3ten Album nun eine scharfe Kurve nimmt, was musikalischen Stil anbelangt.

Der rockige Psychedelicansatz von gestern geht auf in einem durch die Bank funkigeren Sound, gekoppelt an die Vintage-Sounds der 60er und 70er, an die etwas durchgeknallte Welt eines George Clinton, an Curtis Mayfield, auch an Prince, aber er dockt auch an akustischen Folk an.

Mit oft hohem, spitzen, aber auch mit Effekt verwaschenem Gesang reflektiert der Frontmann und Multi-Instrumentalist über vergangene Beziehungen, hat sich hörbar weiter entwickelt. Nachdem er auf "II" mit den Schmerzen des Alleinseins beschäftigt war, kümmert er sich nun um die Komplikationen des Zusammenseins.

Musikalisch gelingt ihm das exzellent mit einem Mehr an Groove, stellenweise auch mit dem wohlbekannten, brillianten Drumsound. Das Vokabular ist umfangreicher als bisher, kosmische Ausbrüche und Disco-Rhythmen gehören da jetzt und hier genauso dazu wie eine wilde Rock oder eine kontemplative Folkgitarre.

Zuletzt das Album mit Eugene Robinson Oxbow. Mahlend, destruktiv und abstrakt werden Emotionen in geräuschversunkene Progressivwelten getaucht. Das italienische Kollektiv ist Meister darin, zu verstören und gerade dadurch zu fesseln: Mathnoisemetaljazz, tiefgestimmte, dröhnende Altsaxophonmanierismen als wichtigstes Instrument: Gitarren, Bässe und Schlagzeug.

Peitschende Reizüberflutung, ein Hören mit behaglicher Pein. Ein Höllenspass, unfassbare Spielwut, die nie zerfranst, sondern präzise die Effekte aus dem Fabrikkeller raubt, um ein Spektakel sondergleichen zu vollziehen. Progrock durch die Noise-Perspektive betrachtet: Songtitel, die "Vantablack Vormitorium" lauten. Vinyl back in press.

Nachdem vorab schon Wunderstories über dieses Album kursierten, erfüllen sich die geschürten hohen Erwartungen tatsächlich. Album mit zugänglichem Tiefgang. Visionäre Folkmusik, die einen unglaublichen Reiz und Bildhaftigkeit entfaltet und vom Bandacting etwas Urban-Progressives hat, der hohe Gesang hat tatsächlich Ähnlichkeit mit den Fleet Foxes und verweist auf Brian Wilson.

Dabei wirkt diese Scheibe deutlich dynamischer, fantasievoller und klarer als die Vorgänger. Ein Album, das mit jedem hören zulegt und das sich auch nach 10maligem Hören noch lange nicht erschöpft hat. Limitierte Edition von ! Blackshaw ist einer der bekanntesten Gitarristen einer neuen akustischen Schule, vergleichbar mir Ben Chasny ohne dessen Orientverzückung und Feedbackräusche.

Seine 9 vorherigen Album waren ambiente, kontemplative, emotionale "Postfolk"-Exerzitien des Schönklangs. Schönheit ist weiterhin integraler Bestandteil des Sounds, doch überraschend anders: B von Slowdive an Schlagzeug, Flöte, Geige, etc. Die amerikanische Kultlegende hat den eigenen, entspannten Stil in ein Markenzeichen verwandelt. Die inspirierende Karriere von J.

Cale umspannt vier Jahrzehnte. Zuerst wurde er in den Siebziger. Einige Jahre später wiederholte Clapton den Trick mit ,Cocaine". Doch Cale hinterlässt inzwischen vielmehr: Repress des original erschienenen 3ten Albums! Das Vorurteil, dass Isländer melancholische Menschen sind, bestätigt sich wieder hier. Have the songs that I would have preferred, and that is why we released them after-the-fact.

Our version of "Night Prowler" recorded in was not a successful recording as far as I am concerned. I wanted to stay very clear of any political connotations as they were not necessarily my interest with AWB Recording in the first place, and they have absolutely no place in how BloodLust! Not far from grind core stuff? Elements of the new band were always there. Maybe the similarities are more obvious regarding the sound of live shows.

From until now, the music has evolved in a more raw, powerful direction. The sounds have become more straightforward, and my vocals continually develop in a more violent and hard direction. I no longer use effects on my voice as I am concerned with my lyrics being clearly delivered, while at the same time, I can do more with my voice now, ranging from straight delivery to guttural screams and shrieks.

The connection to grind-core is certainly there. I have been listening since the early Earache and Peaceville days, and while I dislike the silly aspects of a band like A.

The five years that I was in New York allowed me to see and hear a lot of grind, as it is a thriving style there. Lastly, Discharge was always a major influence, even down to the design of Intrinsic Action's record sleeves. We finished it during the week between Christmas and New Year's Eve of this past year. It took a long time to finish, considering it was started in New York in The CD is comprised of ten songs, all around five or six minutes in length, built from an average of sixteen tracks of vocals, synths, and sub-bass frequencies.

It is both the pinnacle of what I have been striving to do in the Power-Electronics genre and the launching off point for the next three CD projects that we are already developing.

The CD was re-mastered to include a video track. Joseph's Children", bonus track: Can you explain to me if you are a member of Surgical Stainless Steel? How did you manage to depict such an odd atmosphere of a victim being tortured on the "Murder Series" e. I did not think it was any secret that I was doing Surgical Stainless Steel as it was a part of the first Intrinsic Action CD, as well the name that I have used for various production credits I plan to use the name for the infrequent solo projects that I do, as opposed to using my own name.

The single that I recorded for the Self Abuse series was built up from layers of vocals with very little in the way of synth parts. Vocals continually hold more importance to me, so based on your question, I will assume the recording was successful. It is always an issue of finding the right energy and power in the studio, which can be very difficult without an audience in front of you.

Are these five tapes the only releases from your solo project: What has motivated you to do this solo project? How do you compose? There are also a few compilation tracks floating around. As for the solo tapes, I thought, at the time, that there was an opportunity to try out some different ideas as various labels were willing to put out the releases. There was really no need to release the cassettes, other than as a response to the courtesy offered by the labels.

I think that the material is a poor representation of what I generally create, and out of all of the releases that I have been involved in, these would be the ones that I most regret. The tapes are generally murky layers of vocals, none of which rise out of the mud.

I tried to use a minimum of synths on the tapes, and on the first BloodLust! The Super Eight Loop series is more interesting to me. Comprised primarily of 50 one hour cassettes with a few special editions of certain specific tapes , the releases successfully portrayed my interest in older "cult' Power-Electronics artists such as Mathausen Orchestra, M.

I used a variety of analogue synths, one per tape, building up layers of electronic patterns with absolutely no effects. The project was a bit obsessive and was really only intended for friends and fanatics. You said that you were ripped off by Tesco with the Fuck Yourself label? What is the whole story? While we once had a mutually beneficial relationship, we had a lot of misunderstandings that ended up with certain things that were supposed to be released not released, and two recordings that were not authorised by me being released.

While I think that the picture disc is pure shit, the CD is brilliant. They mastered it from a rough demo cassette, reproducing my liner notes almost perfectly, with a few funny changes. I have to admit that I listen to it a lot. Neither version struck me as more successful than the demos, which remain my favourite. As far as Tesco goes, to me, their attitude and their politics are ridiculous. Why such a name in French? Andrea Chiaravalli and I will both add more "up front" vocals to the tracks, and we will probably eliminate some songs from the running order.

The CD is over 70 minutes long, and it just seems too long. We can use the remaining tracks for a future release. It is probably obvious that I am in no hurry with any of these projects I have been doing this for 15 years, and at this point, I just want to do things in a satisfying way, not necessarily quickly. It personifies our friendship and our working relationship. A new, limited 7" called "Mothercare" will be out this year, containing two live "blast" tracks.

I cannot imagine releasing anything new under my own name, and as for Surgical Stainless Steel, there are no immediate plans. This question could be an interview in itself. Thank you for your support, and especially for your patience. I know that you have been waiting for an interview for a long time. I do not do them often, as I would rather let the music speak for itself at this point. None III C 1st ed. None Manhattan Power Surge 7" Ed. This is the official version of this great track, as Tesco picture Lp one is considered as a bootleg.

During title-track the powerful voice of Mark orders the slave to obey upon a minimal electronic loop sounding. The whole track is unhealthy sweating sadistic desires on one side and salvation and fear on the other one. This track is very simple in his structure but deadly efficient! Comes in grey marbled vinyl. This is an exhumed recording material from a former Whitehouse member, re-produced by Mark. The whole is dense noise wall in the typical 80ies sound.

This should please the MB nostalgic ones. This is another new recording from this Italian early electro-sadist. The electronic manipulations featured here are dense with a typical raw sound in the early steps of power electronics.

Title track describes a journey in the country of all possible lusts, under the Asian humid and suffocating heat. Pleasures at all costs. Radioshow and magazine from France. First issue is available for 30FF p. Famous American label run by Mason. He wrote me "The news is that after on more release "Land of the rising noise, vol. The label will stop so that I can have the time I need to work on my own music".

He adds, "I have another project, Flue, which is very experimental recordings using guitars, bass, and synthesisers, plus any other sounds we can find. I think our first release will be a 7" single from Obuh Rec. This is a nice digipak for a live in Japan CD of this musician. During 5 tracks recorded with 5 different guests in 4 different towns. The whole is very oriented through experimental guitar fixed with atmospheric soundscapes in a delirious way to produce a destructured and improvised material from 95 and Mason is even handling the drums on one track.

I like the 1rst and last track, something really different from what I am used too. I would recommend this to improvised music lovers. This is an English label. You all know that France is the land of Cheese and especially stinky ones! Concerning the future release Steve informs that "next up is a full length CD by Onomatopoeia "a marble holder from andover"; this is my personal project. The sounds on this disc vary from delicate ambience to noise using tape manipulation of many instruments and found sounds.

So please contact this cool guy and get into his true underground label. Joint release with Kinky music institute [KMI], this 4rth album features 3 tracks of 23 minutes each. K2 work is a mixing of harsh typical Japanese noise electronics with metal junks. Falling like hail of steel in fusion this dense noise is following no precise structure. The whole sounds quite live. The metal junks always give to me a human approach to the noise, as its implicated human intervention.

On another hand effects give more depth to this raging fury sounding like the nightmare soundtrack of a welding man. They have already done tapes in very special hand made packages in order from: Pictures of releases can be found at above website address. At the moment the main activity from Cling Film is organising concerts! I have asked her what are her current plans: I play in a classical guitar duo, saffraan, together with Elke Soenens. Recently we got the public price at a chamber music competition organised by "music en euroregion" in bergues france.

I just finished some electro-acooustic pieces that I made together with Kristof Lauwers. The pieces should be released on CD no label yet and a film is made for live performances 18 june at Logos, Gent.

I released some tracks under my own name on compilations on MSBR-records. Strona Starsza and other releases will hopefully be for after this school year, when I have a bit more time!

This CD was one of my first experience with this Japanese noister. I have been really impressed because as the label says He is one of the few sound workers who can create really a constructed noise with intro, blasts and fury or calm ambient tones, and a conclusion to his track. Using analogue sounds or typical harsh noise these 3 tracks are really great and original! I would recommend this to all noise people who wants more structures than random cut-ups but still powerful moments. Family move but the Po Box is still available.

It is a ritual prelude to Infernal Affairs, and thus not a "klassik" MZ. No release date yet, but it wont be long In return, you will receive 3 CDR of Folkstorm material before the year is over. Act quickly, only the first 23 people to do so will have get these discs". This is a masterpiece recording coming from a direct digital soundtracking of live show in winter in Sweden, as part of the Cold Meat Industry l0th Anniversary feast. Luxuriously presented whether CD or gatefold 2lp, this album is definitely the best Blood Axis material.

Grand, heroic, sinister, dark the music of Michael is strength. Mixing cold martial and pagan music with some symphonic or folk influences. This is the first released from this Swedish electronics project.

This is quite atmospheric electronics, influenced by likes of Dagda Mor or Anenzephalia. Not really convincing and quite linear. This Lp in white vinyl is the excellent 4rth album from the Swedish Black Industrial kings. The whole is very martial and solemn. A powerful and percussive hymn to war, with ritualistic percussion, samples of deep German language, and even a speech from Tomas Pettersson of Ordo Equilibrio.

Maybe their best release since first opus "Malfeitor". Now re-issued in CD with an extra track. Some were coming with a limited edition of a one sided EP. This has been re-issued since then in CD with the EP track. The 6 tracks go back to a more raw way of composing with Bass and tapes: This release is in fact coming from his guts more manuals, human, true and full of insatiable hatred.

This compilation has been an excellent surprise, because it shows that CMI was still in contact with the hard-core underground and also because it presented the new generation of Swedish bands. Music ranges from pure noise, dark industrial, music concrete, and power electronics. It comes with a nice detailed booklet. You have to discover this great initiative. This is the 2 nd LP from this Swedish electronics project. The best parts are the one mixing rhythm structure with vocals like on "Shabesh".

Better compared to 1rst release, with metal junks and samples. The cover of a skull covered by lichens or so in a deep green is very nice. This is typical new generation of power electronics inspired by the decadence of our society. During 13 minutes this Ep inflict vicious attacks of power-noise with vocals.

Coming in heavy vinyl and an 8-pages booklet, names like Slogun or Sutcliffe Jugend come to mind while bearing their mistreatments. Jarl strikes with 7 tracks of new European power electronics generation. This pink vinyl Ep is very powerful with brutal vocals, the G. Most of rhythm electro-loops are coming with furious propaganda type of vocals. This is the 3 nd LP from this Swedish electronics project, and so far the best one.

Catchy electro-loops, noisy drones, and powerful tones with even tribal rhythms: Comes with grey photographs of decomposed unburied corpses. Check a track like "Pigeater"! This is the 2 nd release of this project but the first full-length album. Coming in white vinyl, these 6 tracks get one illustrating postcard for each. Music is harsh power electronics with violent vocals mixing Euro-influences like Con-Dom or G. A very promising and efficient band dealing with world decadence.

But a very good point in the fact that projects present their texts which is unfortunately rare in this type of music. IRM confirms all the good I was thinking after their first release.

One based on car crash noise samples, and another in a more improvised way lying on rhythm structure. This is original electronics but my style. During each tracks Daniel Wihlst depict strong atmospheres. The lyrics are great but his handwriting is as difficult to read as mine. They bring original electronics with vocals based on unconventional sounds.

A project to look closely in the future. New Ep from the church burners under the sign of war. The Cover represents an old painting of knight riding into battle, with the crowned Swedish coat of arms, in colours blue and yellow, which gives a nationalist touch to it.

The 2 new tracks are heavy Death Industrial getting more and more in a hard-electronics way. This is the 2 nd release of this project based, which is coming in a very nice design red and black. The whole confirms the 1rst release but in a more atmospheric way If even this word is appropriated. On the other hand I definitely prefer first Lp and Nihil featuring. The last new and full length CD of the Swedish children lover is coming in a carved CD white box with the Necrose logo.

This is the 4rth and last releases of this Swedish act. The 8 tracks of Cold electronics treatments made of this album a dark atmospheric work with improvisation. Some parts are convincing power electronics some other is average level. Definitely not their best release. This is the farewell item of the Swedish master of Death Industrial. This release includes the 1rst and long time deleted Lp "songs from massive darkness" as well as the second album and 1rst CD "Beyond the shadow". Both CD are mixed down by P.

Söderberg, If you do not have the releases then you have to buy this. The digipack is nicely presented and includes a complete discography and a farewell note from Peter. S reviewed in the first issue of the Noiseist. This is a great work of true power electronics dealing with serial killers. Influenced by Whitehouse music, this released has been the revelation for me to this great New York newcomer. This is the spiritual son of David Berkowitz, watch out because at night he hunts!

No need to present this project of Kevin Tomkins ex-Whitehouse, see interview in previous issue. This is the first real new work to be released recently and it still hurts. It is maybe the most sadist each track is an ode to murder and violent project in power electronics, a pure display of hatred and brutality. I could not expect another second released so closed to the previous one.

It is still the unchallenged ultra violent power electronics with an incredible force and convincing power. New and last release in date, of UK most violent outfit. The 2 tracks are quite different than usual, created in a progressive manner of alternation of brutal assaults with crescendo violent vocals and calm atmospheres. This succession of ambient and harsh moments is driven by the most demented vocals you have ever heard. Here are the last releases for CD: The label also runs a full mail order catalogue, you should check.

This is the re-issuing of the first LP from this German project well known for its fascination for war. They have created their own music made of melodic but dark atmospheres. There are definitely some Laibach's influences there. The whole is a mixture of orchestral arrangements with many samples, screams, and noises. It then becomes the soundtrack of the most satanic death industrial music ever created. After that the early Cold Meat Industry bands have set the rules, Melek-tha is transgressing them on the altar of diabolical occult rites.

A title describes it perfectly "Hell on Earth"! This new project from Croatia makes some dark ambient music. The tracks feature low distorted vocals upon soundscapes. The whole sounds very inspired by magical rites. It is frankly unexciting dark atmospheric music, with no light or peak. Just Inner low sounds for ritual, so reserved for those who pray, kneeled naked in a pentagram and a cross in the….

These sound researchers develop high quality dark atmospheric music. Great stuff of sombre ambient exploration. This is the 2 nd release from this side project of MZ featuring 10 tracks of very powerful power electronics.

I do not see clearly the reason to create such a project. MZ could have progressed into such a more electronics way. This is an album strong and sharp for simple but efficient violent music. The concept is very strong with artwork and photographs inspired by Laibach.

The 14 tracks album of 59 minutes is even dedicated to the "Division Charlemagne and the idea of the imperium europaeum". This kind of mixture of Laibach and Turbund Sturmwerk, with deep voice and orchestral parts. But it is very melodic to me and even has some "gothic" sounds. So I think that these fighters should play less soft to get my involvement.

I have to admit that I do not know very much the previous work of this British act. A very dark and ambient music. The cover will feature all texts. All artwork and Packaging are manufactured and by now the master should have gone to the pressing Plant. I have no definite Plans for future releases but am beginning to plan some new recording for late this year - for compilations: This is the home from very active Scott.

Crionic Mind has released so far:. This is a new American power electronics outfit with distorted vocals and harsh sounds. During these 8 tracks you will bear ultra dense power-noise. The impression while listening is near to feel the burning and the blast of a constant explosion.

The left-hand path through its pentagram of blood will open your eyes, so it did for Richard Ramirez The serial killer of course. This is definitely a great newcomer to watch and take seriously. Blake is not a common person. I take the opportunity to ask him what has been so far the complete discography of his label: These cassettes more or less documented most of the sound projects I was involved in from to Also juvenile at best, noodlings which hopefully panned out into more interesting material.

Tape manipulations, processed field recordings, more noise experimentations. All Arc recordings, like Ehnemho, were improvised. Loopspool was even more ambient and, as the name implies, loop driven. One side was a little more "ethnic" with detuned guitar, and percussive elements; the other side featured a more "mechanical" interpretation.

Pretty "Zoviet France-y" by any standard. Edition of , released summer Edition of , released fall Original material recorded summer , released summer The only non-Vertonen release in the series. As the booklet says, "Two Nights" was the result of two nights of recording with Reni Tulsi while I was on vacation.

Improvised dronish retreats and attacks. Clear bluish vinyl, Japanese rice paper jacket, and the record and booklet were then wrapped in used typewriter ribbon. Edition of , released February 14, Edition of , released April 1, The last in the series. Each record is in an edition of and comes with a booklet and various inserts. The first volume, which features material from Sherman Johnson and myself, was released May Wards Island Circulation Joe and I had discussed a split release for a couple months before deciding on the concept of making recordings for, or deriving recordings from, a specific location.

Comes with descriptions of the locales. I believe Z'EV is one of the most versatile, important, and sadly underrated musicians the U. Known primarily for his innovative percussive work, Z'EV's short-lived uns project combined his interest in sound poetics and voice treatments with dense sonic landscapes; the result was-and still is-challenging, unique and rewarding.

This 70 minute CD combines two long-unavailable recordings: Life Sentence, originally released by Subterranean as a retrospective in in a cassette-only edition of , and "Save What? Everyone Gets What They Deserve. The fourth Crawl Unit CD, which I'm happy to say has been considered by more than a few folks to be one of his finest. The first CD by Chicago's premiere experimental duo. The resulting sounds range from sonorous minimal drones to jarring bouts of electronic noise and everything in between.

A challenging and enjoyable release in a nice anti-static bag. This CD is one of my favorites because it accomplishes two things: I start any project for the same reason: This has also been the aim of all the projects. As for name choice, the label name, crippled intellect productions, was something I came up with when I was about I don't think it really reflects what the label has been about for about 10 years though, so I prefer to simply go by C.

The spider logo was something I just sketched out one day and since I really liked it I just sort stuck with it. As for choice of names, vertonen is German for "set to music" and I feel like what I'm doing is gathering sounds, assembling them, and setting them to, or rather into, I suppose, music. Derail was decided on by the three members in the band; I think our reasoning was that a lot of our life stuff sounded like a train wreck Ehnemho is a phonetic rendering of NMO, which is how I labelled all the practice tapes for that project.

As for the autonotext project, I think I was just into word-banging at the time and came up with that In metal jacket, limited to copies. Each jacket is sequentially hand stamped and each inner jacket is autographed by Z'EV. The project that would never die. Or, rather, never be born. As of July , we're at one year, seven months and counting. CD on the groundfault label possibly a CD on my own label.

This is an excellent prolific American label to count with. James Grell has released many different CD from completely different styles. This CD co-produced with Malsonus Label features 5 tracks of one hour of very dark ambient electronics. The work is really disturbing because introspective.

Constructed with layer of sound upon layer, this collaboration creates a harrowing atmosphere full of despair. The long tracks develop a kind of suffocating claustrophobia to the listener.

Negru Voda is a side project from Peter Nystrom of Megaptera. Very dark ambient Death Industrial with Laibach type of powerful percussions. The work is dedicated to Dr Konstantin Raudive. Stefano Musso has begun his project in with 2 CDs, and by that time he also decided to create his own label Hic Sunt Leones for the distribution of his works, as well as other projects.

The future plans are: Regarding Stefano's work please check the above file, no need to present this great Italian artist. Serra is renown for his musical efforts in a more therapeutic vein. This ambient experimental electronic music is mesmerising through different atmospheres inspired by ethno-music. To be considered as a relaxing meditation soundtrack. This collaboration work is great ethnic album. The whole sounds like a ritual, with many tribal instruments, which list is too long to be printed here and shamanic soundscapes remixed in an atmospheric electronic way.

Stefano has sculpted with drones and atmospheres the Antonio Testa utilisation of hand made and ethnic instruments. A very good work. Both are also doing together Trust Obey project. This release assembled a kind of Best of from their previous numerous compositions. No surprise if I say to you that they are creating a cold atmospheric music. Tertium Non Data is Latin for the third is not given. According to Mr Bergin, "It is an alchemic term which refers to the process of combining two disparate elements to create a new, third element.

The process of transformation is a mystery - an unknown". This great compilation was previously planned on Jonathan Canady label Malsonus. Hopefully it is now finally available. Since Mikael Stravostand ex-Archon Satani is now working under his own name as a project, you may expect this CD to be his last release under this project. After several albums in a symphonic Death Industrial way, the project moves to a very dark ambient subliminal music.

The pervious release on Dark vinyl "nothing" is dating from was really deceiving. With this one he tends to get even more minimalist, and definitely fall into unexciting music made of low frequencies improvisation.

This project is calm and quiet music mixing electro-acoustic and natural sounds. It is very soft and calm soundscapes with some concrete sounds mainly from water. I would rather listen to his other projects especially Stratum Terror, but atmospheric addicts will find this great for sure. This is a new American project from the Crionic Mind manager. This is the first full-length album of Scott. Music presented all along this album is ambient noise tending to Death Industrial based on low frequencies.

It is really like a new way of composing Death Industrial. Definitely something interesting and to care about for the future. This is an American project of atmospheric and ambient music with acoustic guitar and vocals. I am not appreciating such style so it is difficult to judge this release. Nevertheless I do not think it is an interesting release. Smith from Tertium Non Data.

Music is dark atmospheric tracks like on previous Tertium Non Data album but with the vocals dimensions added to it. This should enjoy most of obscure and goth fans but not me. This CD comes in a nice simple printed cardboard sleeve. The music is guitar experiments, whether acoustic, classic, noisy, hard, tough riffs, doom drones, psychedelic, all along 12 tracks. I was a bit disaponted by this stuff, regarding the man behind.

I personally prefer other stuff, but guitar rebel should check this one. For those owho likes slow riffs check legends such as for Metal: This is a duo made of Brendan Krause from Metropolis Rec. In fact only one very long track of improvised minimal electronics beat rhythm in the BlackHouse type of sounds. During the 2 third of it delirious electro-experimental improvisations lie upon this beats in a good way, without request much attention but sounding pleasant.

Then the last part could have been cut. Something funny to listen to, not captive but ok when you want to read or so. I was bit surprised by this release. It is the third album from this Israeli project and it is actually a 2 CD set.

I am always suspicious when I see titles like "Amen" or "In nomine Patris", and considering their origin too. Anyway musically this long work have some very dark good parts, and some others more into the usual atmospheric tone. The Middle Eastern ethnic influences are definitely vibrating through their music, which incorporate also drones and concrete elements. A spiritual release to advise to ambient music fans. Music and artwork are based on the concept of war.

This album is following their debut split release with Veinke on Dragon Flight Recordings. It is a folk-inspired militaristic soundtrack that will appeal to all the fans of the fans from the Euro-pagan-wave.

It is well done and nicely produced, with nice harmonies or dark oppressive parts. But for my part I feel no guts here. Vocals are a bit too simple, as well as sometimes music.

It will surely appeal to blind masses anyway. I would say that this release is quite different from previous one. Moe accessible to listeners from other background, this 2 nd opus of American duo is surprising. First of all the female vocals and the drums give a melodic and rhythmic dimension to their dark atmospheric music. Some tones of Voice make me think of Bjork, and some drums part is not far from Scorn.

There are many ideas melt together into a dark work showing the talentuous skills of the duo regarding arrangements. Even if the whole is sounding more "easy" or "melodic" for listeners, I still think that I appreciate more this 2 nd release that the previous one, thanks to their original new direction.

This Famous German label check previous issue description , is not so active recently. The last release is reviewed here after:.

New CD from this Hungarian music art collective whom aesthetically is a lot inspired by Laibach. All the more that this has nothing to do with Death in June or Sol Invictus. In fact the singings sound like local choral society of young Christians. It is even laughable as they sing in their mother tongue language. When you are playing the role of the law of the strong you should be convincing. That is not Actus case. Since , with no less than 19 releases and many live gigs, Dive has become one of the leaders of the electronic scene of today.

The characteristic of Dive is the powerful beats emerging from its minimal approach of saturated sounds with strong vocals. Anyway a good shot before his album "True lies". Dive Lp Body Rec. I am personally more interested in their pure ritual old stuff.

Anyway it is a good opportunity to check them in a different environment which impact on the tracks approach. With this recent Live CD, I have thought that a retrospective view on this huge tribal project, could be a good idea. So they provide me with this official biography:. This band is known for its mind-expanding sound. Primitive ethnical and contemporary industrial influences are blended to create a unique style that has influenced many that were looking for spiritual dimensions.

Based on ancient influences and modern technology, the first tape demo: They released the first CD "The ritual should be kept alive part 1". An ethnic styled trance piece. Sound that crawl into the brain and brings the listener in alternated states, this time not with ethnical techniques but with LO-TEK technology. Each release being accompanied by spare live performances, "Cortex Stimulation" and "Tectonic Overload" gave birth to their new live project: A project dealing with the media, virtual reality and the future of the human race.

This time they take the meaning of industrial a step forward. This project balances on the edge of tolerance. Extreme, structured sound, frequencies that goes straight to the brain. Trance evokes spiritual dimensions. With "virtual Impact" Daft the cyberproject ends.

The millennium as doorway to new project in the fields of music and digital art and communication. On the end of we bring a new live project on stage: No other concept than Dance to Trance.

And Na-Dha, dark and experimental power electro: Contact them at hybryds planetinternet. This German label is known for exhuming old classics works but also for its many sub-labels gravitated around as D. The recent release on Paragoric is debut album by French band Hollenfurt "Blood For Dinner" CD as an hommage to the old Vampire legends, mixing gothic-dark wave and dark ambient. Phallus Dei New CD is planned for this summer. AT the same address you can reach Going Underground distribution catalogue for mail orders.

Another release from Ludo. This one is once again very satanic, cover and artworks shows the real face of Lord Evil! This is a demonic manifestation of pure Evil! A maelstrom of samples of cult films such as the 3 rd Exorcist or Blade not so good this latter , personalities such as Anton Lavey, War, Storm, and all the usual ingredients of M.

There is even one track with Crest of Darkness member playing guitar and growling. Another great blasphemous work. This German Label is also the contact address for the interesting project Yggdrasil. This is an original release from these 3 Noisecians engaged to fight for the Nature rights.

Yggdrasil is really interesting dark and droning ambient noise. A good surprise for me. Austrian act Eciton, is more raw noise in the old school industrial way. Anemone Tube, is original harsh noise. A good introduction to these 3 projects. I was quite surprised by this German Power Electronics unit from which I have never heard before, except that it is a side project form S.

The whole concept is dealing with mind control. This Ep features 3 powerful tracks with German vocals. A web site last year said: Recordings has been on hiatus since October Mail orders or Deadline have been backed up, but are in the process of being sent. I have not forgotten about them. I am also a fashion designer couturier - See the Richard Saenz Collection.

This now takes up all of my time. I may also be moving in I have hardly any time to devote to my noise work anymore. The future of Deadline is uncertain. I have considered giving the label to someone else to handle, but that's not working out.

However, there are still a few tape releases upcoming from Deison, D. A private edition CD of my solo work may also be released". Write for a new catalogue!

Richard Ramirez Selected Discography: Black Leather Jesus Selected Discography: Black Leather Jesus is: Kevin Novak and Richard Ramirez. To introduce this new German label I prefer to ask directly to its ruler Lutz: We are generally not looking for the most underground, the most reknown, the most extreme artists and sounds, but for high quality in this area.

As production prices of compact disc media is as low as ever, the result is that there are too many releases with inferiour quality, esp.

We would not care about people using the term "underground" or "independent" label but we prefer not to call ourselves like that, as these words are overused far too much for businesses, which do not deserve these terms. We produce small runs only, as the market interest is low. We are happy with this, as this keeps us from compromising with any other entities.

Profit is for sure not our goal. Besides releasing audio recordings, deafborn records also organises the "Noise Transmission" series of concerts in Germany". This CD compilation featuring tons of great noise artists creates the surprise! Production is good, choice of acts is also clever, veterans, newcomers, in good proportion.

It begins with Cazzodio death-electronics in an efficient structured mix. Then Grunt brings a good track with no voice and noise collage of broken glass structure. One good surprise is Narbenerde with a great structured noise track. Organisers from Rectal Surgery play their noisy mix of vomiting vocals with harsh eletro-mix and drums. Then Anemone Tube plays his so personal concrete-dark-noise ambient music evolves like a Daniel Menche track.

American Death Squad spit an old-school power electronics-fucking track with ultra powerful vocals in a live tone, always so sublimely suicidal! After such pain that no mercy for your ears, Macronympha plays an aural rape with great concrete stereophonics effects!

Alternating into a hypnotic harsh-electro loop. Murnau ex Eisengrau , is blasting a primitive pulsating saturated beats with distorted vocals in background but not that efficient. Then DL has a track dare I say ambient based on sample loops and electro oscillations, average. Irikarah is following with concrete mixing of a crackling noise with shouting vocals in back ground, excellent ultra violent assault!

Einleitungszeit offers a strident over reverbed live sounding track, with distorted echoed vocals and voice samples. Lefthandeddecison, with a very rhythmned saturated dense noise track, a bit too based on beats for me. Government Alpha with Japanoise larsens, piercing high frequencies at its best, great! Mourmansk with a saturated harsh noise with a lesser mix and distorted repetitive vocals. Satori the great English dark unit mixing power-noise with dark-ritual soundscapes.

Finally Skalpell produces a great cold power electronics in the Soldnergeist way. I always do the noise first to determine length and the approach I should take to the vocals and lyrics.

Have you tried some new things with "on the prowl"? What has influenced you for such album? Personnal prowling or famous serial killers ones richard ramirez, david berkowitz, ted bundy, There was no specific influence aside from the name of the release. That came from a series of porn videos by Jamie Gillis. There are songs that deal with serial murder on the CD but just as many about sexual violence.

Why such a different act? I just have done one release and one live show. Both that release and the live show were my attempt to do analog noise similar to MB. I started this project as an outlet for non-vocal and conceptual experimental noise but I haven't done anything with it in a long time.

Perhaps I'll do another release under that name one day. I am currently working with my friend David E. My hesitation stems from the fact that what we have written so far is vastly different from previous DW material. There is no heavy guitar and the songs are much more subdued. Here is an non exhaustive list: We concentrate especially on the needs of difficult and usually neglected music styles.

In order that these special and valuable quality releases don't get lost in the immense flood of records that are being released every week, we take care of these in the appropriate way. We spread promos, event dates, information and also help the labels with various matters such as advertising and distribution". After their 2 tapes on La nouvelle Alliance check review here and another Ep on Hau ruck, this Ep presents 2 tracks. Both a very militarist. One features French vocals upon a total martial rhythm, and the other one is in a more mournful tone.

A good release confirming the potential of this newcomer in the European unity front. This compilation will be a good shot for some of the French underground activists. Even if there is a king of unity and cohersion all along this sampler, It shows good and great units for Tommorrow's generation. This great appearance is a mix of low drones and religious chants. CHÖD follows with churched echoed monks' song combined with progressive electronics and tribal drums and flute. Nearly sub-aquatic the title is reinforced by desperate cries and metal strings percussions.

This compilation will certainly become a must for all Death Industrial listeners! I do not know very well this project. Anyway this release sounds quite promising.

One track of tribal drums in a dark way delayed voice samples. One track sounding more mystical with distorted vocals and a cold electronics edge in the way of Ex-Order. Keep a close eye on this promising newcomer. An excellent album, showing a lot of improvement! Regarding future plans Emanuele comments: A new track is now on the compilation "Tabula of slaughter" from Tabula rasa Spain.

A new track will appear on the forthcoming "Multi national disaster" compilation. A new 7" will be out on sept. Keep an eye on this new talent! This new project from Sweden is really interesting because of its own personal sound approach.

Unclassifiable I am really interested in such a different electronics music. Patrick the instigator told me regarding the act debut: It was just shortwave radionoise and ground hum with chanted "lyrics" taken from obituaries.

In I heard noise compilation CD and it reminded me of what I did in , so I asked some friends if they wanted to help me do another Dodsdomd recording, more up-to-date.

It ended up as the CD on Solipsism. The next song we did ended up on "Estheticks The new recording will soon be out on some label don't know which yet - but we have some offers to choose between.

That's the story so far". Regarding this latter production Patrick said: But he asked me if I could do a song with lyrics, so I thought, "why not give it a try", and I had those lyrics laying around from another project I was in. I'm not sure you can call it "loops" in my music, since I don't use either sequencers or synths. Only noise and outboard equipment".

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