Sergey Pakhomov keeps assaulting his vinyl player in ever more creative ways. Springbient №2 is the latest chronicle of this abuse. As on the predecessor, a very specific technique was employed… Continue reading "SP – Springbient №2"
In a strange and revolting no-mans land, scarred by hundreds of battles between the House of Psychedelic Doom and the Lord Industrial, there sit Khost upon two thrones built from desolation,… Continue reading "Khost – Governance"
In 2011, sporadic UK noise label Hypnagogia put out two Merzbow albums in quick succession. They were called Kamadhenu and Surabhi respectively, and were the first two parts of a trilogy dedicated… Continue reading "Merzbow – Gomata"
She Spread Sorrow’s sophomore album has arrived, with a fresh batch of darkly ambient death industrial tracks. We are offered five songs of electronics, noises, samples and whispered vocals that… Continue reading "She Spread Sorrow – Mine"
Elektrostal’s own Sergey Pakhomov has done much to redefine, or at least develop, harsh noise wall in the past few years. With his latest project Stena and its debut release… Continue reading "Stena – Harshstyle"
Recorded in 1983 and originally released on audio cassette by the Japanese label ZSF Product, Escape Mask is not your regular Merzbow album. Masami Akita may not have a “typical” sound… Continue reading "Merzbow – Escape Mask"
If you’re looking for a conversational topic to alienate some woman you’ve just met, a harsh noise project focusing on “marine biology, doubt and castration” sounds like a good place… Continue reading "Luxury Mollusc – Secretes"