Brighter Death Now ‎– Very Little Fun

Cold Meat Industry ‎– CMI209
3 × CD, Album


1-1 Happy Happy Happy 2:12
1-2 Shall I Die? 6:07
1-3 There Is Nothing Left In This World 5:59
1-4 BodyGarden 6:23
1-5 Getaway 4:14
1-6 Bar Death Now 4:10
1-7 Kill Useless People 5:02
1-8 No Salvation 9:14
1-9 If You Believe 4:35
2-1 Never Again 8:07
2-2 Why 5:44
2-3 Oblivion 3:30
2-4 My Cutter 6:06
2-5 Collector Of Remains 4:35
2-6 Hunger For Love 5:50
2-7 The Face Of God 5:11
2-8 Out Of Control 8:05
2-9 Girl Equals Doggy 6:56
3-1 Next Train 5:58
3-2 Voices 7:21
3-3 Northern Supremacy 6:51
3-4 A Dagger In My Body In My Garden 6:16
3-5 Ad Hominem Abuse 5:28
3-6 The Other Death 3:34
3-7 Slow Death 8:27
3-8 37 7:54
3-9 Humans 5:59
3-10 The End Is Here 8:42



Packaged in a six panel Digipak housed in a slipcase.
Special thanks to Peter Andersson for mastering and anyone else that dared to stay by my side.
Material recorded between 1998-2005.
Release date given as March 2011 on Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 4 038846 902093
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AKG C2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 10755 R 2586 / cmi209
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 10756 R 2587 / cmi209
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): 10757 R 2588 / cmi209

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May 14, 2013

In the season of mass psychotia , when the world is going crazy from minute to minute, when the global economics is collapsing, the riots and death are everywhere, when your family is being torn apart, and you feel like the ground is washed away below your legs, it is more than important to keep strength, to stay strong in order to protect the last resort of sanity in the sea of madness which swamps your common sense. Not all of us are built from the same material, and even the strongest between us need a kind of mental support that can give a push back to the road of solemnity of the will. And I am sure, that in the new creation of mister Karmanik, you can find that special solution. The guy, whose life was overshadowed by lots of personal problems in a past few years, reveals today the spawn of his mind which was hardened in a blacksmith of intense feelings and disappointments. "What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger" (F.Nietzsche) , and I can feel this truth while listening to what is called today 'Very Little Fun'.

No need in art, no need in pictures, no need in posers looks and snivel fetishism. All those are far behind. Only pure adrenalin, flow of strength and protest against weakness, which is widely spread around. Take your destiny in your hands during this happy happy day . Should you die today or tomorrow, only the time will show, but now it is a best time to stand and fight. If there is nothing left in this, then make a step forward, but don't even think about hiding in some kind of getaway. Because there is no salvation in it, only bar death which waits for you behind the corner. If you believe in these words, if you feel out of control, take your gun, take the next train and just proceed with killing useless people, that are stuck everywhere around. Enjoy the life flow. Kick your brain towards the death that becomes brighter today, because what you hold in your hands is one of
the best power electronics and death industrial albums which proves that comrade Roger still stays on the top of a barricade to lead and guide us through our darkest hours of our lives towards the oblivion. No more words needed. Just make yourselves a favor and buy this piece of fucking intensity.


February 19, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

I thought there would be nothing superior than "Great Death" series and "Necrose Evangelicum". But after half a dozen of new disappointing albums released in the 2000's here comes a real treat. The sound of northern supremacy if you believe there is nothing left in this world. Happy happy happy oblivion out of control in the face of god. The other slow death. To those whose middle name is depression this record makes sense to get along. Despite a compromised reputation of the person behind the project Brighter Death Now once in a while proves again it is THE death industrial/power electronics phenomenon of the decades.