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Gae Bolg - La Nef des Fous I ( Le Cluricaun: CL025)
Since the late '90s, after 7 colorful, spicy and iconoclast albums, a certain number of vinyl releases, EPs, and live albums, the press and the audience continue to laud acclaim upon the famous French cult band Gaë Bolg for its “original-bombastic- psychiatric-psychedelic- cabaret-operatic-medieval music” (or sort of!).
Gae Bolg’s very first interest in music was of an orchestral nature (he received a classical music education and in his youth, wrote several works for various symphonic and chamber ensembles), and La Nef des Fous could certainly be considered a culmination of that - an enormous, multi-media symphonico-operatic project performed on a grand scale . Based both on the comics of the French draftsman Turf and on the famous Bosch’s painting, La Nef des Fous I is the first part of this project and is written for a big classical symphonic orchestra, with the help of 4 soloist singers and a double choir on 3 songs. More than 100 musicians (including 6 percussionists!) are playing 8 completely unreleased tracks written for the occasion and 3 older songs completely reworked. It was recorded live in 2006 and 2008 during 2 concerts in Paris, then reworked, mixed and mastered in studio in 2009 and 2010. Bombastic, powerful and sarcastic, La Nef des Fous I can be seen as a fantastic tribue to Prokofiev, Hindemith, Holst, a classical version of Magma, and of course the usual Gaë Bolg songs, but boosted by a sort of furious “rock’n roll” percussive feeling.Very special guests are Gaudini TH+21 (of Omne Datum Optimum) on voice, Trublion 23 (of 23Trublion23) on drums and Jean-Marie Groud (of Seven Pines) on keyboard. $10.00

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Gae Bolg and the Church of Fand - Live in Ehrenstein ( Le Cluricaun: CL003)
The reissue of the mythical cdr originally ltd to 33 copies!!! Very powerful concert with high quality production. The Gaë Bolg Live Band included for this occasion (amongst many others of course!) Omne Datum Optimum and members of Hekate. Epic and bombastic neo-classical with medieval influences, done in the best Gae Bolg tradition. In slim dvd case. $13.00

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Galerie Schallschutz - HAARP ( Tesco: Tesco053)
A new German project. Deep, pulsating frequencies, cosmic, hallucinatory sounds and electromagnetic interferences, based around the conspiracy (??) theory that the US government has a new ground-based ‘Star wars' weapon which is being assembled on a military base in Alaska. HAARP stands for High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program. This new system has the capability to manipulate the environment in such a way as to change weather patterns, disrupt global communication systems, disrupt human mental processes, negatively affect health and impact the earth's upper atmosphere in an unnatural and damaging way.. The military gives the impression that this project is mainly an academic project with the goal of changing the ionosphere to improve communications for our own good, but they have deliberately misled the public, through sophisticated word games, deceit and outright disinformation. Powerful, penetrating atmospherics slightly remiscent of some Inade and more so Schloss Tegal (Oranur 3 era). In handsome clear tray DVD house.. $12.00

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Gerostenkorp - Terre Brulee ( OPN: OPNCD010)
Interesting and highly unique CD from the French project Gerostenkorp; a hallucinatory, post-apocalyptic vision full of luminous, multi-layered sounds, that move from the surreal, fractured and dreamlike to something more structured, with sprinkles of tribal rhythms, industrial beats, loops, and actual songs. Features Phil of Von Magnet among others. I'm having a terrible time trying to pigeonhole this and I'm just not able. I pick up nuances of Skincage, The Young Gods, and a whole bunch of other stuff. Regardless, the production is impeccable.. $7.00

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GM Electronics - Trashwalker CDr ( Existest: EE14)
Trashwalker is a post-apocalyptic journey through waste strewn fields of radiated digital noise. GM Electronics presents a chaotic, multi textured, walk through, dark ruined streets littered with needles and debris, teaming with desperate characters seeking some sort of seedy appeasement. Originally recorded in 2004 and released in a limited edition first on I.N.K. Recordings, then once again re-released on Cyberblast Records. Now Existence Establishment once again revives this abandoned matter for yet another strictly limited run with all new artwork and packaging. Full color artwork in oversized 7″ baggy, strictly limited to 50 copies, housed in a sheet of tar-infused copper.. $5.00

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Gnawed - Feign and Cloak ( Malignant: TumorCD79)
Active since 2009, Minneapolis based Grant Richardson has solidified a reputation for creating a strain of death industrial and power electronics that’s particularly ferocious, visceral, and just insanely heavy. Alongside Nyodene D, The Vomit Arsonist, and Steel Hook Prostheses, Gnawed represents an act at the forefront of a genre, whose music is built on a European foundation, but is sculpted and heightened with American aggression and intensity. Despite numerous cassettes, splits, and compilation appearances, Feign and Cloak is just Gnawed’s second full length CD following 2012’s masterful Terminal Epoch (Phage Tapes), and sees Richardson continuing down a similar path, only having tightened the reigns, sharpened his focus, and honed his skills. Few artists are as adept or as capable at building tension and atmosphere as Gnawed, then releasing it in an onslaught of deep barreled percussion, pneumatic reverberations, scrap metal debris, and turbine fueled drones, the processed vocals resonating and slicing through the mix with force and rigor, the end result a perfect marriage of controlled chaos and structured composition. A modern masterpiece of true industrial music. In 6 panel digipak with matte finish. Artwork by Brian Vander Pol.. $10.66

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Gnawed - Pestilence Beholden CD ( Malignant: TumorCD97)
Since its inception in 2009, Grant Richardson’s Gnawed has propelled itself into the top tier of heavy electronics and death industrial with a stream of high quality releases over a variety of formats. For his 3rd full length disc, Pestilence Beholden, the template set forth by prior works remains intact, but is dragged down into an even darker space, this time enriched by added layers of foreboding atmospherics and foggy ambience. Make no mistake, this is Gnawed through and through, but Pestilence Beholden is even more sculpted and refined than before, finding an intersection between tensile dread and controlled aggression, as ominous synth beds and throbbing drones are augmented with the cataclysmic reverberations, resonating scrapyard acoustics, and mechanized dirge you’ve come to expect. Recorded in industrial complexes in and around Minneapolis, the sound here is deep and immense, once again solidifying Gnawed in a category all their own. $10.67

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Gnaw Their Tongues - Abyss of Longing Throats CD ( Crucial Blast: CBR112)
Though Gnaw Their Tongues has hardly been quiet in the interim, what with recent collaborations with Alkerdeel, the release of the Collected Atrocities collection and recent high-profile performances in the US at Maryland Deathfest XIII and Apex VI, it's been a good three years since the last full-length album from this Dutch nightmare machine. But with new album Abyss Of Longing Throats, Gnaw Their Tongues has returned in full ravenous glory, offering another hellish cacophony of mangled industrial black metal, lurching deformed heaviness, twisted electronic carnage and bombastic orchestral power that sounds like no one else.
From the frenzied black swarms that sweep across the doom-laden death industrial of opener "Lick The Poison From The Cave Walls" that eventually resolves into a glacial haze of bleary, blasted bliss, to the hallucinatory black metal of "Through Flesh" that fuses staccato violins, terrifying choral singing and grueling mechanical doom to one of the most emotionally stirring sequences yet heard in the band's catalog, Abyss continues to chart the evolution of Gnaw Their Tongues' sound. There's plenty of the grueling industrialized heaviness and violent orchestral sounds the band is known for, but this new material also expands upon the filthy blackened doom at the heart of Gnaw Their Tongues' music with those moments of striking melodic power, moments where all the horror surging through these songs suddenly transforms into something hauntingly elegiac. Brief passages of tragic beauty, scattered throughout an abyss roiling with relentless programmed blastbeats, somber chamber strings hovering mournfully amid tortured shrieks, harsh clanking percussion and blasts of raging orchestral chaos, all writhing together into another exhilarating descent into total demonic delirium from this monstrous outfit.. $10.00

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Gnaw Their Tongues - All The Dread Magnificence Of Perversity ( Crucial Blast: CBR78)
Picking up where 2008's An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood left off, Gnaw Their Tongues is back with nine new tracks of fearsome blackened orchestral chaos and abstract horror that still sounds like little else out there. On Dread, we're feeling an even heavier bass-assault compared to the other releases, and this is easily the heaviest Gnaw Their Tongues release yet. This monstrous, noxious bottom-end roar that skulks and slithers throughout the album suggests a foul fusion of Abruptum (which is still the closest reference point to Gnaw Their Tongue's black chaos) and Leonard Rosenman's most nightmarish film scores, piled in towering heaps of sadistic noise, warped orchestral strings, degraded samples, shrieking voices, and punishing lurching doom draped in suffocating atrmosphere. Hyper-abstract black metal sound-collage? Wagnerian avant-doom psychosis? That's one way of putting it, but Gnaw Their Tongues is ultimately impossible to pin down, defying simple categorization as this album plunges even deeper into a black pit of total cinematic horror, sexual perversion, and shapeless heaviosity.. $10.99

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Gnaw Their Tongues - An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood ( Crucial Blast: CBR69)
Gnaw Their Tongues, an enigmatic project from the Netherlands that has wowed fans of messed-up heaviosity with the phenomenal Reeked, Pained and Shuddering CD that was released on Paradigms along with a host of super-limited CDR and cassette releases, is joining the Crucial Blast roster for the CD release of the new full length An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood, which was released as a limited edition vinyl release at the beginning of 2008 on Burning World Records. This undefinable mass of black amorphic horror is one of the most intense listens we've engaged in recently, a nihilistic pit of howling orchestral strings and blackened abstract doom, operatic female voices plunging into a fetid sewer of filth and blackness, equal parts avant black metal and splattered sludge and symphonic horror movie score. An overwhelming deathscape scrawled in jagged figures across pieces like "My body is not a vessel, nor a temple. It's a repulsive pile of sickness" or "Sawn asunder and left for the beasts", and flecked with moments of unbelievably crushing beauty that may surprise fans of Gnaw Their Tongue's previous work. REVIEW FROM KERRANG: Even with that title, it’s still hard to be prepared for just how all-consumingly disturbing and noxious this album is. Taking doom and drone to their extremes, GTT create a squalling noise combining assonant feedback, throbbing analogue and digital noise, and densely layered sound effects that all suggest sadistic torture being performed on traumatised individuals in dark places. The bleakness and sheer refusal to allow any light to permeate proceedings alongside the non-linear, sprawling nature of the tracks will alienate a lot of people, but for anyone looking for something truly extreme, you’ll have a hard time beating this.. $9.00

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Gnaw Their Tongues - Collected Atrocities 2005-2008 2CD ( Crucial Blast: CBR110)
For nearly a decade, Dutch avant-black/doom entity, GNAW THEIR TONGUES -- named after a particularly evocative passage from the Book Of Revelation -- has been infecting the underground with a uniquely disturbing brand of chaotic heaviness. Fusing together malevolent, rumbling doom with rabid, noise-damaged aggression and blasts of fearsome orchestral power and industrial pandemonium, and draping these lurching, hellish dirges in an oppressive atmosphere thick with horror and despair, the intensely nightmarish music of GNAW THEIR TONGUES defies easy categorization. The sum of all GTT’s construction and execution is the work of sole architect and madman, Mories, also known for other destructive output with Cloak of Altering, Pyriphlegethon, De Magia Veterum, Aderlating, Mors Sonat, Pompidou, Dimlit Hate Cellar and others.
Before the release of the band's Crucial Blast debut, An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood, in 2007, GNAW THEIR TONGUES crawled into the black metal/industrial underground via a number of ultra-limited EPs which quickly went out of print, and are now sought after by fans of the band's abject blackened horror. Collected Atrocities 2005-2008 is a new double CD anthology that gathers together essential, out-of-print early recordings from the band that span the first three years of GNAW THEIR TONGUES's existence, compiling the Preferring Human Skin Over Animal Fur, Horse Drawn Hearse and For All Slaves... A Song Of False Hope EPs, the material from the Static Hymnal compilation, and other rarities from the bowels of the GTT archive.. $12.00

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Gnaw Their Tongues - Eschatological Scatology CD ( Infinite Fog: IF-54)
Originally only available as a download in 2012, this is a welcome re-issue of what is arguably one of GTT's more "accessible" records, relatively speaking that it is. It does feel more straightforward than other works; relying on more of a metal momentum to propel itself forward. There's more blast beats, more of a black metal feel, even as it's all slathered in the vile chaos and horror you've come to expect and appreciate from Mories. Classic.. $10.67

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Gnaw Their Tongues - Hymns For The Broken, Swollen And Silent CD ( Crucial Blast: CBR117)
The new album shows Gnaw Their Tongues at the top of its game. The band started out as a studio project, but has recently started performing live, and it feels like this carefully found its way into the music. Don’t get us wrong: oppressive, bleak and claustrophobic remain the key words when describing the unique output of this drone/noise/black metal infused miscreant of Mories. The music grabs you by the throat and sucks all the air out of the room. Although it leaves little more than an anaerobe environment, the music itself feels likes it has been breathing and organically growing into this true beast of an album. Brace for impact.. $10.00

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Gnaw Their Tongues - L'arrivee de la Terne Mort Triomphante ( Crucial Blast: CBR85)
One of the extreme metal/industrial underground's most unique bands, Gnaw Their Tongues arises again with a new album of majestic, orchestral death-terror called L'arrivée de la Terne Mort Triomphante, a series of five hymns to the death shroud, a celebration of dissolution. This Dutch one-man avant black/doom/industrial band is responsible for two of the most chilling albums of abstract heaviness to have been released in recent years (An Epiphanic Vomiting Of Blood and All The Grand Magnificence Of Perversity, both from Crucial Blast), but with this new full-length, Gnaw Their Tongues peels back additional layers of it's bombastic horror to reveal moments of euphonic beauty more than we've heard on the previous albums. This is still harrowing stuff, though. The album opens with soaring choirs of the damned and a cacophony of tortured shrieks and demonic howling underneath a crushing, sludgy bass riff and pounding elephantine drumming, total blackened doom that's soon joined by peals of dissonant strings and softer droning cellos and violins. As you get deeper into " L'arrivée de la terne mort triomphante", there are moments of severe beauty that emerge, brief passages of fragile piano and mournful strings, the soft crackle of ancient vinyl grooves and French horns. These moments repeat throughout the album, lots of symphonic shadow that drifts amidst the pounding industrial blackness, but they never last for long as the spiraling woodwinds and cyclical piano figures inevitably become subsumed into the blasts of malevolent orchestral might. The fearsome martial drums and brass fanfares at the beginning of "Les anges frémissent devant la mort" eventually evolve into stretches of abstract industrial percussive pummel over droning strings and organ, and then into a stunning cinematic finale. That's followed by the clanking doom, swarming black buzz and sheet-metal cacophony of "La mort dans toute son ineffable grandeur/splendeur", the most industrial-sounding track on the album. "Le Chant De La Mort" is a lurching, blown-out death march that shifts into an infernal dubbed-out dirge, and the closing track " Le trône blanc de la mort (de white throne of death)" rumbles through funereal classical drift, waves of horns, strings, percussion surging into a series of dark, mournful shapes at first, but are then shattered by pounding doom metal drums and wailing choir voices, becoming an utterly grim blackened dirge with distorted shrieking vocals that are wracked with agony, ending the album with a suffocating atmosphere of death. At its heaviest, it's like funeral doom bathed in modern orchestral music, a cross between Penderecki and pitch-black doom filth, pulverizing and intensely evil. Of course, this is essential for fans of previous Gnaw Their Tongues albums, but it's equally recommended to fans of both abstract blackened weirdness of bands like Emit, Abruptum, and Blue Sabbath Black Cheer, and the bleak Wagnerian industrial of In Slaughter Natives and Shinjuku Thief. Like the previous two Gnaw Their Tongues releases on Crucial Blast, this comes in a deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket (which is exclusive to the North American release of this disc. $10.00

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Gnaw Their Tongues - Per Flagellum Sanguemque, Tenebras Veneramus ( Crucial Blast: CBR93)
Per Flagellum Sanguemque, Tenebras Veneramus. Roughly translated, with blood and whip, we worship the dark. This is the latest collection of atrocities from Gnaw Their Tongues, an eight song investigation into the rites and rituals that emerge from the copper-scented frenzy of the serial killer, the obsessive acts of death worship enacted by those that live on the edge of abyss, the limits of experience sought by black cults. The sound is, as always, immensely heavy, with fractured drums and tunderous tympani skins reverberating within a maelstrom of seething black doom, screeching classical strings, horns, piano, and some of the most vomitous vocals imagineable. However, Per Flagellum Sanguemque is marked by the most frenetic percussive attack that we have heard from Gnaw Their Tongues, with volleys of chaotic drumming, fractured blasts, and maniacally complex patterns that sometimes seem to border on free-jazz drumming.
The band has rarely sounded as nauseating and depraved as it does on the opener "Hic Est Enim Calix Sanguinis Mei", where putrid bass riffs and lurching double bass drums spasm and thunder over the harrowing tension of atonal strings and the layered screams of the eviscerated; when the chaos suddenly drops out and we are left alone with the sounds of a woman gagging as somber strings slowly rise from below, it is one of Gnaw Their Tongue's more unsettling moments. The classical elements take over on "Human Skin For The Messengers Robe", where pleas for mercy are drowned out by blasts of evil, dissonant piano, demonic bloodlust-driven shrieks, and halting, lumbering percussion that eventually leads into the terrifying wail of choral groups rising out of the guts of Hell.
Conversely, the soaring harmonies and strings that take form on "Urine Soaked Neophytes" allow for brief moments of repreive from the surging black chaos, breaking into shafts of heavenly glory that peirce through the evil cacophony for a moment before being swallowed back up by the lurching amoirphous doom. French horns and Wagnerian strings dominate "Tod, Wo Ist Dein Licht", and on "Fallen Deities Bathing In Gall", the strings rise in series of high drones like some horrific Bernard Hermann nightmare as monstrously distorted overdriven bass crawls and buzzes and the drums are whipped into a frenzy of rolls and fills, fractured blastbeats pounding against the background and a jagged blackened anti-groove takes shape and claws it's way into a field of mangled, mewling black ambience. The remainder of the album offers no relent from the pain; "Bonedust On Dead Genitals" is an agony ritual fueled by industrial clank and the slow pound of a kettledrum as death-chants, blow-out doom bass and wild beasts roar and gibber in fury, and on "The Storming Heavens As A Father To All Broken Bodies" we are thrown a curveball when the song immediately lurches into an assault of fucked-up industrial black metal with blastbeats chooped up and splattered across the orchestral insanity in a manner reminiscent of electro-death mutants Whourkr. The album ends with the stentorian brass fanfare and hellish descent of the title track, a nearly ten minute exercise in grueling horror where chains meet flesh, throats are torn on the torture wheel, and a female voice recites lines from Charlotte Mew's death-poem "The Quiet House".. $9.00

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Gnomonclast - Tempus Null ( Old Europa Café: OECD125)
Debut release by this US psychedlic, neo-folkproject.Previously consigned to the liner notes of diverse Luftwaffe releases, Gnomonclast—having gathered themselves together—has recorded a virulent 60 minute exposition on the subject of time’s censure.Tempus Null is the result of a collaborative effort waged by Luftwaffe and Valence. This debut album consists of 20 tracks, which includes a cover of Death In June’s “Rose Clouds of Holocaust,” and also features collaborations with ARt ABSCONs and State Research Bureau.. $7.00

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God Body Disconnect - Sleeper's Fate CD ( Cryo Chamber: Cryo074)
God Body Disconnect presents us with the next chapter in his saga of a comatose man banished to the recesses of his tortured mind. The journey begins taking us back to the fateful night of his sentencing. Beyond the halls of beeping machines, whirling sirens echo in the distance. Blackened clouds grumble down a bitter melody of tears upon the streets. A single shot blares between your ears, dropping you to the bed of concrete below. Here we witness the transformation of a once awakened man turned to sleeping prisoner.
Plunging deeper into the heart of the unconscious mind, the doors to a mysterious labyrinth emerge before us. From behind the towering walls, strange voices beckon us to enter. We insert and turn the key, unlocking a hidden portal to the past. A forgotten dimension, where once suppressed memories now filter through the lens of the surreal. This is the place where our darkest reflections go to hide. Self-perception is liquid here, and the emotional landscapes morph at will.
Deep bass, ethereal guitar and post rock influences mixed with Vocal narration and Binaural field recordings, This album has it all. A sonic explosion of the senses and a deeply moving and personal experience brought to the microphone.. $12.67

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God Pussy - Ato Criminal, Ascensão ao Terrorismo CD ( L-White: LW105)
Blistering noise with piercing frequencies, squelching feedback, broken transmissions, and saturated destructive churn. From Brazil.. $12.67

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Government Alpha/Halalnihil - Inhuman Culture of Psychoacoustics ( L-White: LW074)
A relentless split release between the well-known Japanese Harsh Noise master Government Alpha, and the fresh, newly rising Hungarian Harsh / Power Electronics project Halalnihil. Yoshida brings his trademark harsh sounds, with ear-ripping mid frequencies, and extremely heavy changes within the use of his equipment. Crunchy, fuzzy sounds shifting each other with massive delay-modulation, in the whole spectrum of hearable audio, like a non-stop machine, what was not even made by a human, but itself. The years what Yoshida's spent in this genre is now shows it's routine.This is Government Alpha in it's most favorite mode, a chaotic, but well-controlled, distorted avalanche to the cochlea. Inhos, the man behind Halalnihil brings four composed Harsh P.E. tracks in it's own style. Heavily clipped bass crackings, glasses and metals, massive effect loops, mixer n' microphone abuse - and of course, varied, but intense vocals, from simple talking, to extremely high pitched, loud screams (hear the track 'SpermakultĂşra'). Halalnihil proves by it's sounds and aesthetics, that Hungary is not a black hole anymore about really in-your-face Power Electronics, and this was just the beginning of the upcoming activity.'Inhuman Culture of Psychoacoustics' is for everyone, who are into Noise, Power Electronics, or both.. $4.00

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Green Army Fraction - Caste War - Back in Their Place ( Steinklang: SK38)
Highly volatile, harsh, and structured heavy electronics with maxed out frequencies, loops, and white noise fluctuations, topped off with screaming distorted and clean vocals. Nice multi page booklet.. $8.00

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Green Army Fraction - Chlorophyll Flood ( Steinklang: SKD08)
Proper re-issue of the first, lmtd 100 GAF CD, with bonus tracks. Conceptual eco-terrorism based concept, though its hard to tell beyond a few select samples. Writhing, bristling, shock-inducing-electrodes- to- the-nads, heavy electronics. Lots of saturation, dangerous, staticy fuzz, jagged edged noise, and an overall fuck you attitude.. $8.00

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Grim - Psycho Sun ( Steinklang: SK68)
The next revolution after the revival of Japan's Ritual Industrial legend Vasilisk. Grim and Vasilisk both developed out of the legendary Industrial duo White Hospital (aka Jun Konagaya and Tomo Kuwahara) and until recently, both artists were mainly inactive over the last 25 years. Unlike most other "re-starters", who are just a pale shade from their earlier times, Grim and Vasilisk are doing the same fantastic music now,as they did in their early years! "Psycho Sun" is the first new album in 27 years from Japan's Noise-Pioneers Grim, and their sound hasn't lost a single quantum of power in all those years! This is pure Grim, like three decades before; atonal and cacophonous, utilizing junk metal and ritual percussion with psychotic vocalizations, analog pulsations, and malformed noise disturbances. In the mid 80's Grim released three incredible milestones of Industrial Noise music, the LP "Folk Music", as well as the 7" "Amaterasu" and the more folky 12" "Message". These three releases always were and still are the "holy grail" and among the most wanted collectors-items of this genre. Ltd x 500 copies in a 6-panel digipak.. $13.66

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Grunt - Long Lasting Happiness ( Freak Animal: IR-GLL01)
Not a proper new studio album, but a collection of various material; tracks 1-5 from the split cassette with Prurient (Freak Animal, 2006), tracks 6-7 are previously unreleased material from 2004, and tracks 8-11 from the 2 Nihilistic Paraphilia V/A CDs released for Grunts Japanese tours in 2005 and 2008. This CD compiles some of the best material of this era of Grunt. Filled with piercing feedback, sharp and crispy ear-slashing metal scrap noises, and an abundance of vocals and very song oriented tracks as opposed to "plain noise" pieces. Still, a vast variety and abundance of sonic elements. 50 minutes.. $11.50

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Grunt/Cloama - Valkoinen Kuolema / Belaja Smert ( Freak Animal: FreakCD09)
This was the first Grunt/Cloama work orifinally released as a split album and recorded mostly around1998. It was finally released in 2002 and sold out. Now Freak Animal isproud to present 2nd pressing in jewelbox. Most of recordings are from 1998 with an additional live collaboration and a Cloama track from 1999-2000. Grunt sideof material continues the "Europe After Storm" era with highly contructed powerelectronics including militant rhythms and hostile vocals suitable for thetheme focusing around Finland vs. Russian war propaganda. Cloama deliverscrystallic power electronics tones and distorted vocals. Re-issue from2012 comes in jewelbox and Russian language part of title is correctedinto "Belaja Smert". Finnish industrial-noise and power electronics at its best!. $6.50

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Gruntsplatter - The Euologists Assembly ( Eibon: GRU052)
Bringing “death industrial” to new, never before experienced levels, US noise manipulators Gruntsplatter throw us in a deserted, abandoned, othertworldly land where the only sounds come from agonizing machinery, abandoned to their inevitable rusting processes // Construction. concretion. abrasion. decay. A flow of energetic noise bursts mixed with dark ambiences, a new sensational chapter in the Gruntsplatter saga. $11.00

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Gustaf Hildebrand - Heliopause ( Cyclic Law: 42nd Cycle)
Finally we are graced with brand new material from Sweden's Gustaf Hildebrand, a few years after the epic Primordial Resonance album and his joint project with Amanda Votta, Lacus Somniorum. The Heliopause, the point outside our solar system where the solar wind ceases to be, transitioning into what is known as the Interstellar Medium and where our sun becomes just another pinprick of light amongst a billion others. If you were to find yourself stranded in such a place with nothing but a radio receiver, Gustaf Hildebrand imagines that this is what you would hear, low rumbling soundscapes interspersed with bursts of static, com-chatter and signal interceptions from a distant world. Vestiges of humanity bubble up from the ether, speaking encoded messages in the form of numerical combinations and long-forgotten cyphers, their true meanings lost or hidden away inside the memory banks of decommissioned satellites. This new chapter in Hildebrand’s discography reaffirm’s his position as a true visionary and unique craftsman of exploratory sonorities.
Edition of 800 copies in 6 panel digipack. 9 Tracks. Running Time 52:23. $12.66

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