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First time on CD for both projects.
Culver, possibly the most under-appreciated "experimental" musician in the UK who's been making some of the most awe-inspiring drone/noise for years. On this CD he gives us a 30 min+ deluge of harrowing.bassy drone. It starts off like the sound of the generator from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and similarly purveys a sense of crawling dread at what is to come. Soon things get more desperate before being crushed into oblivion by a wall of crushing amplifier noise, which slowly develops into a more sedative shifting tone that wouldn't have been out of place on a Conrad Schnitzler record in the 70s. Perfect!
Seppuku give us two tracks in very different styles....first track "Inga" sees a full band play some unbearably heavy doom. Ushered in by what sounds like a tolling bell, this gives way to some Throbbing Gristle-esque hydraulic pumping before the guitars kick in and everything is laid to waste. Brutal low frequencies and inhuman low/screaming vokilllllls....heavy duty!
Daily Noise: Metal & Punk History
Friday, 23 August
15 Years Ago NAPALM DEATH release Leaders Not Followers: Part 2
Thursday, 22 August
38 Years Ago DEAD KENNEDYS record In God We Trust, Inc
Tuesday, 20 August
23 Years Ago GODFLESH release Songs of Love and Hate
Monday, 19 August
23 Years Ago CRADLE OF FILTH release Dusk and Her Embrace
Sunday, 18 August
22 Years Ago BORKNAGAR release The Olden Domain
Saturday, 17 August
37 Years Ago SAINT VITUS record Saint Vitus
Friday, 16 August
19 Years Ago EXHUMED release Slaughtercult
Thursday, 15 August
34 Years Ago KURO live in Kokura