Various ‎– Veromon

Ant-Zen ‎– act 03
Cassette, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered, C90


A1 The Thieves Of Impressions Jerusalem AD 1099 2:32
A2 Maeror Tri Ultramundan 6:24
A3 Nimoy Hysteresis 2:15
A4 Pineal Gland Zirbeldruese Perversion 7:30
A5 Fellatio Et Cunnilingus Abuse Me 5:39
A6 Mortuo Similis Sexuali 6:42
A7 The Heisenberg Experiment Melanocetes 4:54
A8 Leiche Rustikal Nymphenburg 7:00
B1 P·A·L Terrible Hangdown 4:55
B2 Salt Yellow Liquid 3:42
B3 Drape Excrement Carousel 3:59
B4 Pale Action Vision 3:13
B5 Telepherique Reaktion (Live In Munich June 1993) 7:42
B6 Contagious Orgasm Sadistic New Red School 7:02
B7 Söldnergeist Fremde Schritte 4:47
B8 Stin Scatzor Chemical Warface 2:27
B9 The Thieves Of Impressions The Ripple Song 2:19
B10 KW (2) Pflichtwicht 1:47


Edition of 200 hand-numbered copies.

Tape comes packaged inside a vinyl case, with a 40 page booklet & an insert.



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September 6, 2007
The second in the Ant-Zen official compilations, Veromen is taking a step away from the street-status artwise, it seems. The ominous cover of a powerbox-looking device, which holds the inspiration for all of these artists, drives the point across that you're not dealing with normal experimented sounds.

Artists like PAL, Stin Scatzor, Fellatio Et Cunniligus, Telepherique, and Contagious Orgasm started knowing exactly which areas of experimentation they wanted to cover, and they did a great job on their tracks which appear here. Telepherique does a great live track to their song "Reaktion." Stin Scatzor talk about the abuses of power in "Chemical Warfare." For a change, KW plays the part of the band Normal, and comes out with an interesting construction of "Pflichtwicht," a da-da-like track which makes the vocals heard sound like lambs. Very weird.

The odd addition of epic-theme and celtic dance-composers The Thieves of Impressions makes me a little misguided on this compilation, but to each, his own, right? This was a great compilation to hear the variety that Ant-Zen artists have to offer, too. There are some great underground artists who haven't made very many tracks other than what tracks are on here and maybe a few albums of strangeness.

I liked this compilation for what it was trying to do: spotlight some of the artists in an experimental light and let the audience have some release that allowed such to happen. It combined some rare artists and their even rarer sounds to come out, and for some of the more widely-known ones, this comp has some of their better tracks displayed alongside the lesser-known.