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#31 Post by slugpace » 29 Oct 2010, 11:21

Päivitys 29.10.2010

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MR. PETER HAYDEN "Faster than Speed (or Violating Special Relativity)" CD 10€
(Winter Records/Post-RBMM)
In the album notes for Mr Peter Hayden's "Faster than Speed" album it states "The songs deal with time" and time is exactly what you need to fully appreciate the spacious, lush sounds that are projected over two tracks that both have playing times of over 30 minutes each. Using sounds created by guitars, bass, drums, percussion and finished with synthesizers, piano, wind instruments and various acoustic elements. The soundscapes here are very cinematic as styles from doom metal, drone, psychedelia, space rock to experimental prog-rock are interwoven into an endless stream of ambient, flowing hypnotic music. It's pure music made for meditative listening as there is no catchy hooks, no riffs to make you grab your air-guitar and while it has certain melodic segments, the emphasis is on slow-building atmospherics. Special fold out cover.
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#32 Post by slugpace » 03 Nov 2010, 11:17

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BONGRIPPER "Satan Worshipping Doom" CD 10€
(Féretro Records/Universal Tongue)
In the realm of instrumental sludge and doom metal, there is one band that rules all with an iron fist. That band is Bongripper. Formed in Chicago in 2005, the band has worked hard, creating five previous albums. Their sixth, "Satan Worshipping Doom" has arguably become their best piece of work to date, surpassing their 2008 fan-favorite, "Hate Ashbury". Groove, riffs, rhythm, Satan. What else do you need? Digipak, limited edition of 500 copies.
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#33 Post by slugpace » 10 Nov 2010, 19:39

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ALKERDEEL "De Speenzalvinge" CD 10€
(At War with False Noise/Universal Tongue)
First album proper from the heaviest band in Belgium, featuring Mories from Gnaw Their Tongues. Three tracks that maintain the same brutal mixture of pulsing low-end bass assault and fast, almost d-beat rhythms, all held together by totally entrancing, riffs, unrelentingly repetitive and totally driving. The difference this time is the production: gone is the necro sound of "Luizig" and in is a more fluid, tight production. The sound may be different but the intent is the same, and the three (long!) tracks here are Alkerdeel's most prophetic statement yet. The best band of their kind going right now, essential listening. 500 copies in silkscreened black-on-black crucifix sleeves in a heavy PVC sleeve.
www.myspace.com/aderlating

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#34 Post by slugpace » 18 Nov 2010, 17:48

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THROAT "Adult Situations" 7" 6€
(Kult of Nihilow)
Vihalauluja E-mollissa. Epäpätevyyden loimua. Katujen puhdistusta. Ammatin vaaroja. Jumalan palleja. Ärsyttävänä syntymistä. Liimaisen kuistin hoitoa. Rangaistushuoneita.
2 songs worth of middle fingerism, pissed off '90s noiserock and feedback mentality. Black vinyl. 330 copies.

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#35 Post by slugpace » 23 Nov 2010, 14:30

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THE AUSTRASIAN GOAT / HABSYLL Split 7" 6€
(At War with False Noise/213 Records/Odio Sonoro)
Here comes the final chapter of this four split 7"s series of The Austrasian Goat. The Goat unravels here his trademark desolated massive doomscapes, with a once-again very witty text. Hate needs no artifacts to be efficient. The no-doomers of Habsyll have achieved the hard goal of doing a 5 minutes-track! That's quite an accomplishment, since their no-fi extreme sludge/doom takes quite some time to develop. Black vinyl. Limited edition of 350 copies.
www.myspace.com/austrasiangoat
www.myspace.com/habsyll

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NORTT "Galgenfrist" CD 10€
(Avantgarde Music)
Nortt's black metal / funeral doom hybrid has never sounded darker, deeper, or more chilling. This is the Danish entity's third album, his funeral path having started a long way back in 1995, along the way generating various demos and albums, including a rather well known split album with American Xasthur.
www.nortt.dk

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#36 Post by slugpace » 24 Nov 2010, 11:35

Päivitys 24.11.2010

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LORDAMOR "s/t" CD 10€
(Descending Towards Damnation)
Excruciatingly slow Finnish black/doom metal in the vein of Unholy, Worship, Thergothon and Beherit with lyrical themes involving man's dark shadow-nature, decay and death.
www.myspace.com/lordamor

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#37 Post by slugpace » 26 Nov 2010, 11:23

Päivitys 26.11.2010

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HEBOSAGIL / TWO BEATS OFF Split 7" 6€
(Psychedelica Records/Verdura Records/Posion Idea Records)
Seriously, this one is a monster. Super intense ass-kicking by both bands. Hebosagil has a gigantic sludge/metal/hardcore sound with loads of potential for headbanging and fist-shaking. And what about Two Beats Off then? Well, overwhelmingly energetic noisy hardcore punk that has a charming messy edge into it. Black vinyl. 500 copies.
www.myspace.com/hebosagil
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#38 Post by slugpace » 29 Nov 2010, 15:50

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NESSERIA "s/t" LP 12€
(Throatruiner Records/Swarm of Nails Records)
Active since 2004, Nesseria's members work with passion to create their own uncompromising extreme music, keeping intensity and energy as their only prerogatives. Nesseria always considered live performance as their main goal and form, to count today more than 100 shows in France, Japan, Spain, U.K., Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic. 3 split CDs and one split vinyl testify their continual sonic mutation, the will to keep questioning their sound. Nesseria is more eager than ever to express its rage and disgust through creation and dedication. For all those who forgot the meaning of the words 'violence' and 'intensity', these guys are coming to fix it for good with their first album. Some harassing blast between Converge, Celeste, Botch, Shora and Nasum. Red vinyl. Limited edition of 500 copies.
www.myspace.com/nesseria

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QUARTIER ROUGE "Les Années Lumières..." MCD 8€
(Throatruiner Records/Swarm of Nails Records)
This chaotic French band delivers noisy hardcore that has been compared to such names as Daughters, Dazzling Killmen and The Jesus Lizard. 20 minutes packed with pummeling dissonant riffs, panic-struck drums and thumb-up-the-ass vocals. Can't go wrong with a combination like that! 300 copies in digisleeve.
www.myspace.com/quartierrouge

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#39 Post by Poistunut käyttäjä 03ec59 » 29 Nov 2010, 15:55

^ toi nesseria oli ihan kova joskus 5(?) vuotta sitten semifnaalissa. tais olla kaks maksanutta mun lisäks kattomassa.

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#40 Post by slugpace » 30 Nov 2010, 18:09

Päivitys 30.11.2010

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EIBON / HKY Split 7" 6€
(Music Fear Satan)
Just after releasing their first efforts (HKY "s/t" on Music Fear Satan in 2009 and Eibon "Entering Darkness" on Aesthetic Death in 2010), the two bands team up to offer you one new exclusive track on each side of this 7". Black vinyl, limited edition of 500 copies.
www.myspace.com/eibonmetal
www.myspace.com/hkyrock

HALO "Degree Zero Point of Implosion" LP 16€
(With Intent Records)
Australian duo Skye Klein and Robert Allen, originally self-released this on Embryo Recordings & mp3.com in 2000 as a limited run CDr. This is the first vinyl issue of this rare and classic masterpiece of industrial doom noise. Often overlooked in the metal community for being too industrial, and overlooked by the industrial / noise community for being too metal. Hopefully this new reissue will expose a new generation of noisy metal fans to Halo's unusual style of doom riffs and heavy percussion, flavored with menacing machine drones and dark electronics... Plus frightening shouted vocals, this LP creates a gloomy and hopeless portrait of a bleak post-industrial world. A must have for fans of Godflesh, Swans, OLD, Khanate, Locrian, Neurosis etc. Limited edition of 300 copies. Black and red pro-printed covers featuring the original artwork.
www.myspace.com/haloau

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EIBON "Entering Darkness" CD 10€
(Aesthetic Death)
"Entering Darkness" is the absolutely superb debut full-length from the French act Eibon. Expect six tracks that add up to an hour's worth of crushing, pulsing doom – loaded with everything from your standard doses of slow, pounding power chords and oppressively thick basslines to droning melodies; sparse clean passages; and forceful vocal growls/snarls that really carry some great texture (to the point where they actually lend a bit of a blackened vibe to the compositions from time to time). All of this is occasionally accented by well-placed samples and efficiently blended ambient noise textures, not to mention some shockingly hard-hitting and emotional moments where surging melodies and dissonant chord phrasings come together to create some of the finest atmospheric doom encountered in quite some time. Once more the recording is great, too. Devastatingly heavy, super dense, but still clear enough to let you get a grip on all of the subtle intricacies that are scattered around the core. Stylish hardcover digisleeve.
www.myspace.com/eibonmetal

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#41 Post by slugpace » 07 Dec 2010, 14:33

Päivitys 7.12.2010

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FUN "Zu-Pa!" LP 12€
(If Society)
Fun's second long play is everything the first record "Szklarska Poreba" was and a whole lot more - meaner, dumber, tighter, slower, heavier, softer, smarter, faster and a shitload more clever than you, boy! Recorded by Steve Albini (Shellac, Big Black, Rapeman) in Chicago, Illinois. How about that? This record kicks everyone's ass.
www.myspace.com/noisecorewalze

FUN "New 13" LP 15€
(Cut Half Records)
Long-awaited full length from the loudest and ugliest Finnish noiserockers. 11 songs of heavy and twisted punk/indie/noiserock mayhem that your mom would hate and dad would probably hate, too. We love it. If you like Jesus Lizard, Minutemen, Deep Turtle and other good bands then Fun is your new best band in the world.
www.myspace.com/noisecorewalze

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BLACK SHAPE OF NEXUS "Microbarome Meetings" CD 10€
(Ecocentric Records)
'Nexus' is the centre of something, or a connection, as any dictionary will tell you. Appropriately for Black Shape of Nexus, as the suffocating heaviness of their music functions either way – they can be the centre of your worst nightmares or the connection to all those dark places where you don't ever want to go. Or both. Pummelling you with painfully slow doom and finishing you off with acrid, harsh drones, B.SoN give down-tempo a whole new meaning. Their discography so far also shows a band not afraid to step outside the established norms, following the staggering doom of the self-titled 2007 debut with a limited-edition drone album, the immensely scary "Microbarome Meetings". Hand numbered digisleeve with sticker and one of 25 different live photos. Limited edition of 600 copies.
www.myspace.com/sadhusonofabitch

MENTAT "Amarillo Abisal" CD 10€
(Odio Sonoro/Boue Records)
Debut full-length from the Spanish band, Mentat. The sound is fairly difficult to pin down but they have a strong experimental side to their sludge, doom and post hardcore sound. Mostly screamed vocals are given the perfect counterpoint by some beautiful ambient sections and the use of brass and clean piano offer nice depth to the heavy sound. Six tracks in 56 minutes. Limited edition of 500 copies.
www.myspace.com/mentatrock

OBSKURE TORTURE "Spilling the Blood of the World" CD 10€
(Rotting Grave Distribution)
Raw and torturous death influenced funeral doom from Denmark. This album contains both their "Necro Rituals" demo (2004) and their "Worship the Beast" EP (2006) along with a brand new song. This album is highly recommended for people into Necro Schizma, Nortt, Mournful Congregation and is only for the true Devil worshippers! Limited to 500 copies.

PYRAMIDO / GUN MOB Split CD 10€
(Ecocentric Records)
Gun Mob from Germany blasts the first half of this disc with 9 tracks of d-beat/crust while Pyramido from Sweden offer two lengthy tracks of their heavy and hypnotic sludge/doom. An odd pair perhaps, but it works!
www.myspace.com/thegunmob
www.myspace.com/pyramidodoom

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#42 Post by slugpace » 10 Dec 2010, 11:43

Päivitys 10.12.2010

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SUMA "Let the Churches Burn" 2LP 18€
(Speakerphone Recordings)
The behemoth has a name: It is Suma. In its cockpit four guys from Sweden, whose mission is to fuse Sunn O)))'s apocalyptic apotheosis of string instruments with inhumanly heavy drumming. The doom-Weltmacht invoked hereby can only be described halfway decently by gibberish about space monsters and the end of mankind. Besides the paradigmatic references to O`Malley's holy order, Suma give you lots of classic heavy doom-groove and Eyehategod-style crust-feeling; in the calmer parts even Earth-like clarity can be found. All that comes in an enthrallingly mad style the Electric Wizard himself could not do better. So clothe yourself in rags, go on a pilgrimage into the desert and form sects to pay homage to the interstellar manta. For Suma's day is near! Engine-eared by Billy Anderson. Gatefold sleeve. Limited edition of 500 copies.
www.myspace.com/sumanoise

SUMA "Ashes" 2LP 18€
(Throne Records)
Sweden's Suma's 3rd album is a monster record. Addictive, sick, mean, beautiful. This comes packaged in a stunning gatefold sleeve with inner paper bags printed, making a total of 8 panels. This vinyl release has an extra unreleased track, not to be found on the CD release. "Ashes" has been engineered by Mr. Billy Anderson himself, while the artist in charge of the whole artwork concept is no other than Stephen Kasner. Limited edition of 500 copies.
www.myspace.com/sumanoise

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SUMA "Let the Churches Burn" CD 10€
(Speakerphone Recordings)
The behemoth has a name: It is Suma. In its cockpit four guys from Sweden, whose mission is to fuse Sunn O)))'s apocalyptic apotheosis of string instruments with inhumanly heavy drumming. The doom-Weltmacht invoked hereby can only be described halfway decently by gibberish about space monsters and the end of mankind. Besides the paradigmatic references to O`Malley's holy order, Suma give you lots of classic heavy doom-groove and Eyehategod-style crust-feeling; in the calmer parts even Earth-like clarity can be found. All that comes in an enthrallingly mad style the Electric Wizard himself could not do better. So clothe yourself in rags, go on a pilgrimage into the desert and form sects to pay homage to the interstellar manta. For Suma's day is near! Engine-eared by Billy Anderson.
www.myspace.com/sumanoise

SUMA "Ashes" CD 10€
(Speakerphone Recordings)
Sweden's Suma's 3rd album is a monster record. Addictive, sick, mean, beautiful. This comes packaged in a stunning digipak with the artwork differing from the vinyl version. "Ashes" has been engineered by Mr. Billy Anderson himself, while the artist in charge of the whole artwork concept is no other than Stephen Kasner.
www.myspace.com/sumanoise

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#43 Post by slugpace » 14 Dec 2010, 15:50

Päivitys 14.12.2010

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FIGHT AMPUTATION "Ugly Kids Doing Ugly Things" 7" 6€
(Knife Hits)
New Jersey's Fight Amputation (nowadays: Fight Amp) play dark, thrashing, and loud hardcore. Their first release all to themselves, "Ugly Kids..." sees them slowing down just a tiny bit and clawing further into their own territory. The sound recalls such broad influences as His Hero is Gone, The Melvins, and Deadguy, but manages to come together as one force, never bland or re-hashed for a moment. Simply put: 4 songs, 11 righteous minutes of manic rage that leave no option but to bang your head in the mighty name of narcotics and Satan.
www.myspace.com/fightamp

TILE "s/t" 7" 6€
(Kult of Nihilow)
Tile describe themselves as "pissed off feedback from PA (Pennsylvania)" and there's not much to add. Loud, obnoxious, noisy rock with a sludgy bass-heavy foundation, ear-drilling feedback guitars and so pissed off vocals that your eyes will bleed. The band has a few very limited releases under their belts and this is no exception, so get it now or fuck off.
www.tilenoise.com

CD:

FLESHPRESS "No Return" MCD 6€
(Kult of Nihilow)
One of two recent EPs released by the Finnish sludgelords Fleshpress, "No Return" is a nightmare of a million eyes, an outburst of misanthropic black energy lashing out at the world surrounding them. Featuring two long tracks, the disc comes in at around twenty two minutes, but every second is weighed down with some of the heaviest, most torturous psychedelic doom you could ask for. The first song is called "Dead End Life Crawling Thru Shit and Blood Soul Burning" and isn't subtle about what sort of mood they're in; a slow, determined drum plod opens this joined by a lumbering bass line and soft delayed guitar forming into dark hovering chords, and it's quite minimal and somber at first. As ululating electronic cries and the sound of sparking circuitry drifts in from afar, it begins to blossom into ominous slow motion black doom, coming together into a saurian dirge as the guitar gets heavier, the bass rises to the fore, until the music suddenly lurches into a monstrous blown-out dirge, a crushing mid-tempo groove surrounded by those strange electronic noises and psychedelic fx. Deep chanting vocals show up towards the end, right before the song bursts without warning into fast paced crusty thrash, ending the song in an uproar of grinding Disrupt-esque thrash. The arcane "Spiral Filter Forcing You Down to Black Pyramid" starts with a watery, flanged guitar before dropping into the rhythmically crushing demon-boogie, a sort of swinging doomcrust of putrid snarling vokills, angular Southern sludge riffage and swampy, bloozy soloing that winds its way through the almost the entire song. Later on, it dissipates into pure cosmic whoosh, a long stretch of space noise and swirling black hole fx with just the fading pulse of the drums and bass keeping it from completely drifting into the abyss, then re-emerges as a pounding tribal metal outro at the end. Grisly, human-hating psych sludge.

FLESHPRESS "Rebuild-Crumble" MCD 6€
(Kult of Nihilow)
Something of a concept EP concerned with the act of natural creation and the law of entropy as it applies to the ephemeral state of humankind's achievements, "Rebuild/Crumble" is one of two great Eps that have come out recently from the mighty Fleshpress, those Finnish sludgelords who poison their grueling, grinding slow motion heaviness with a terminally hateful worldview and some interesting psychedelic elements. Clocking in at just under twenty minutes, this two song disc might be on the short side, but it's unrelenting in it's skull-crushing heaviness. "Rebuild" opens with looped backwards sound and airy room hiss, a strange environmental ambience that becomes filled with swells of feedback that converge into a moody post-rock instrumental. Twangy clean guitar ripples over shuffling slow-paced drums, and for a moment, Fleshpress seem to be channeling the brooding slowcore of Codeine. Then, out of nowhere they kick into a lurching crusty assault, snarling sludge that abruptly shifts gears and slows down into even more sluggish depths of heaviness before grinding back into the droning sludge. In response, "Crumble" layers slow pounding toms, mysterious scraping sounds and percussive clanking in an unsettling abstract intro; an ominous guitar melody creeps in, again forming into sinister slowcore, but slowly building into another blast of snarling apocalyptic sludge, and this time when the band peaks into the crushing riffs and thunder of tribal drumming, it has this Amebix / Neurosis-like vibe, all bleakly apocalyptic till they suddenly drop out at the end, with just a dark, ominous piano minor key melody hovering in the blackness. Packaged in a card sleeve with metallic silver printing.

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#44 Post by slugpace » 16 Dec 2010, 13:33

Päivitys 16.12.2010

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SKULLFLOWER "Village Sorting" 7" 5€
(Self Abuse Records)
A classic release from 1995 by this highly influential British outfit. Two tracks of Skullflower's trademark feedback drenched guitars and crushing rhythm spiced up with Tim Hodgkinson's (God, The Lowest Note etc.) saxophone. Black vinyl in black/white sleeve.
www.myspace.com/skullflowervibes

SLUGHOG "Hangman/Hanker" 7" 5€
(Self Abuse Records/Pummelcore)
Slughog was a Boston based noise-rawk band that played their first show in January of 1991 and their last in May of 1999. In between they recorded two full length records, several 7" singles, a handful of compilation tracks and played piles of shows to crowds ranging from the immense to the non-existent across the U.S. This 7" was released in 1994 and captures the power that made them underground faves of the Boston music scene. Mixing hammering primal rythyms, distortion-fueled power riffs and a hearty dose of good ole-fashioned "freakout". Black vinyl in colour sleeve including a mini-sized poster. Limited edition of 1000 copies.
www.myspace.com/slughog

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#45 Post by GEOMETRINEN IHME » 16 Dec 2010, 21:24

kanalepakko wrote:
slugpace wrote:FLESHPRESS "No Return" MCD 6€
FLESHPRESS "Rebuild-Crumble" MCD 6€
Onko näitä tulossa 12"-formaatissa?
http://www.punkinfinland.net/forum/view ... 4&start=30
Ystäväni,
Ihmisinä joudumme elämään suurten paineiden ja tulevaisuuden pelkoa tuovien ahdistusten alla.
Elämä vaatii niin paljon ja tulevaisuus pelottaa.
Jokainen päivä tuo ahdistusta lisääviä uutisia, ja vaikka tänään menee hyvin, ei huomisesta voi olla enää varma.

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