Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Sunday, September 27, 2009
i got this from 200mg and although it took three months for my package to come it was worth it, especially cause there were four other cds i didnt order too. if you every feel like giving someone money and thinking you got ripped off for a few months buy something from those guys cause the packaging on all there releases are awesome. anyway i found this description somewhere and its obviously better then mine are so read it.
The label calls the music of Messiah Complex "death noise" and who are we to argue? This Scottish one man merchant of deathlike noise offers up two discs, nearly two hours of minimal blackened dronemusic. Multiple songs or pieces or movements, melded into two huge suites.
The first disc is downright lovely, beginning as a breathy shimmery metallic ebb and flow, a gentle pulse, layered drones, fuzzy and indistinct, throb softly in a sea of hiss and barely audible rumble. At one point the track downshifts from the hissy blur into some serious cavernous low end rumble, deeeeeeeeep and darkly ominous, it eventually builds to a wall of crumbling distortion, but quickly subsides and returns to a whirring shimmer.
The second disc takes up right where the first disc left off, albeit a bit more ominously, and with some added noise, some industrial clatter, some reverbed metallic grind, the slow low rumble builds and builds and builds eventually erupting into an awesomely caustic freakout, that almost sounds like THE heaviest part of a Neurosis song, where the vocals are howling the guitars are roaring, that single second stretched into a long blurred blast. It eventually peters out, but in its place surfaces some sort of post industrial metallic Whitehouse sound, huge corrosive shards of jagged sound, walls of feedback, shrieking, moaning tones, a harsh vocal howling over the top. Finally giving way to a roiling backdrop of distorted downtuned crumble, over which guitars drone and whit and buzz and throb, a murky dense stretch of washed out softnoise.
ignore the shitty name cause it doesnt do this band justice at all. bass driven gritty sleazy rock with members from filth, blatz, talk is poison, and dead and gone, theyre actually dead and gone with a different singer but whatever.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
This is a 2 piece doom band, and there fucking sick. Im posting 2 albums Spirited Migration and Flight of Pegasus. Enjoy this shit, you wont regret it!!
Flight of Pegasus:
Flight of Pegasus:
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
japanese grind whats left to say, although this is probably one of the best recording of a japanese grind band ive herd, but anyway its fucked up and weird which is really all that matters to me as far as music goes, well mostly everything i guess. but anyway enjoy.
moevot was one of the twenty-some odd french kult black metal bands that the ten members of les legions noires (if that means nothing to you then go look it up somewhere) created from the late 80s to early 90s. they were made up of vordb, who was in about eight of the other bands, and naimlambre as well as one of the most productive ones putting out 7 demos and played some nice dark and droney ambient lo-fi black metal(just how it should be). heres the three of them for you at the moment all zipped up in one nice little file.
-ezleyfdbrehtr zuerfl mazagvatre erbbedrea
expect some more lln stuff at some point in the future
abner jay was a one man killing machine, he sang played banjo harmonica drums and a bunch of dried animal bones he banged together for some extra rhythm, a true one man band. he started playing medicine shows when he was five and didnt stop playing and recording until his death in '93. this is gritty depressing georgia folk/blues.
ps he also released everything himself on his own diy tape and vinyl label
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
"1-Speed Bike is the DJ and mobile soundsystem alter-ego of Aidan Girt, drummer for Montreal-based bands Exhaust and Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Making his first appearance remixing tracks on an ancient 12-bit AKAI sampler for Exhaust’s debut record, 1-Speed Bike went on to build a large sample bank sourced from his own live drumming and made a full-length album (with full 16-bit resolution) for Constellation in 2000. He has also moshed things up at numerous street actions and benefits over the years, and has gone on to release a series of records on Broklyn Beats. Aidan was a member of the Montreal Anarchist Bookstore collective and lived in Amsterdam for a while before settling into a cabin in the woods outside Montreal, where he continues to speed things up and slow things down at his home studio."