Wolf Eyes / Prurient ‎– The Warriors

Hospital Productions ‎– HOS-125
CD, Album



Liner Notes:
Original full version on RRRecycled cassette / RRR.
LP on American Tapes / Gods of Tundra.
Tracks 2, 12 and 13 exclusive to CD.
Play loud during an overcast afternoon.
I always keep my gun pointed North.
Hospital Production Fall 2005.

Tracks 3-13 recorded Summer 2002 in Providence, RI direct to cassette.

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July 25, 2008
I reccomend buying this cd for the prurient portion. The Wolf Eyes portion starts out promising but doesnt go anywhere with the terror tank. 17 minutes of dicking around, quiet creaks in the right speaker, random jams in the left. USELESS. and infuriating. "Human Animal" on the other hand has a lot more to offer, with something approaching a beat near the middle. Very reminiscent of their album "Slicer". The end is a bit boring but it serves as a divider from the prurient portion. And the prurient part is amazing. It is obviously cut together with an interesting linking sound that appears in more than one song. It sounded abstract to me at first but reading the track titles in order, it is supposed to be about someone being buried alive. And it is terrifying. Unfortunately it is mastered quietly with almost no bass, nowhere near the burner production on "The History of Aids" The last track makes for an interesting ending.