Venetian Snares ‎– A Giant Alien Force More Violent & Sick Than Anything You Can Imagine

Hymen Records ‎– ¥405
CD, Mini
Box Set


A 3" CD box (think jewellery box styles), embossed with the Venetian Snares legend – open the package, pull out the CD slipcase and find a custom-made Viewmaster TV Box....


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October 2, 2008
This is undoubtedly one of Aaron Funk's greatsest moments. A fifteen-and-a-half minute track of such complexity it's almost unbelievable.

There are kind of 4 sections to this track which, at the end of the third section when the beats drop, and it goes quiet just for second you know that something awesome is about to happen. What follows is possibly the single best piece of ear-bashing goodness that Mr. Funk has produced, the beats suddenly go to hyperspace speed, relentlessly pounding their way into your head for a full two minutes.

Lock your parents and pets away, crank up the volume and prepare yourself, as you'll be open-mouthed by the end


April 29, 2008
edited over 7 years ago

This track, from the buildup to the end, is truly some of the most violent and sick music ever produced. At the same time, it is extremely sophisticated, well planned, and marvelously executed. This is in sharp contrast to much of Snares' contemporaries who prefer to pummel the listener with sped up amens and noise without much regard for anything else. In my opinion, Snares has actually produced more violent and sick tracks on other releases (Making Orange Things in particular), but this is still one of his most brilliant moments out of an incredibly prolific body of output.

June 13, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
The whole song amazes me, but the part from 13:37 is really something. That part must be the angriest, most powerful sequence I've ever come across in electronic music by far. For 10 minutes after the first listen, all I could say to myself was "WOW!".


October 31, 2003

Undoubtedly one of the greatest sonic assaults that I have ever beared witness to. This is the past, present and future of sampling and electronic experimentation.