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posted a review of Periskop. 9 days ago
Among the inmense explosion and mass ejection of crappy dubstep, devoid of any substance, product of a copy and paste paradigm, industrially randomized clones of each other, there are a couple of well respected and above all intriguing projects. They... See full review
posted a review of Necro Deathmort - EP1. 9 days ago
Necro Deathmord is a band difficult to categorize, it is a syncretism of styles and genres, every album brings a new exploration equally intriguing and mesmerizing though. Exploring dub, sludge, electronica, industrial, drone interchangeably their... See full review
posted a comment on Prince Charming. 19 days ago
"Psychotropical heatwave" hands down. More deep and elaborated. "Fantastic voyage" is more random and chaotic, like a dream and a nightmare. Very psychedelic.
posted a review of M. Gira* - Drainland. 30 days ago
One of darkest most bleak sorrowful albums you can ever find in the territory of dark folk, industrial, avant-garde music.
It breaks your heart in two as soon as it enters with its encompassed walk of shadowy rhythms and thick basses, It has solemnity... See full review
posted a review of Tool (2) - Fear Inoculum. about 1 month ago
High expectations may ruin life. Imagination makes us create preconceptions based on subjective ideals. It applies the same for life or for the expectancy of one album like this.
All this was propelled by the several years wait and the inmense... See full review
posted a review of English Dogs - Mad Punx & English Dogs. about 1 month ago
By 1983, when this ep came, The Exploited were the standard by which everything punk wise was defined. Still this one had the power to puff and blow hard in many heads, mine included. Full albums from English Dogs are good but this one catch the... See full review
submitted Los Challengers* - Mr. Solo. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Ulver - Flowers Of Evil. 4 months ago
They grew odd past "shadows of the sun". Their transit is complete from black metal, avant-garde electronica, progressive rock and now Scandinavian pop.
They grew old and thus comformist.
posted a comment on Gaë Bolg And The Church Of Fand - Tintagel. 4 months ago
Mine starts to skip after seventh track and doesn't show any mark or visible damage. I think the print was awful.
posted a review of Sisyphus Autopsy - The Unshoeing Of The Ass. 8 months ago
Before there was Type O Negative with its infused misogynystic goth metal, way before MGTOWs were even sperm cells planning to get deposited to breed such specimens there was Sisyphus Autopsy, the equivalent in music for two cloned Ignatius Riley's... See full review
posted a review of Cinorama - 庭々 = Garden, The Garden. 9 months ago
What language hides, music tells. Unspeakable thoughts, difficult sentiments, hidden things that lie dormant behind the curtain of the eyes and the cell of the body.
This lies in here written in between minimalist instrumentals, organic effects, some... See full review
posted a review of Wendy Carlos - The Shining (Complete Motion Picture Score By Wendy Carlos). 9 months ago
This version has everything, literally. From the original music from the movie main title to the classical excerpts, to the four ballroom tracks that appear during the scenes at the bar. Additionally has all the versions that Wendy Carlos presented to... See full review
posted a review of The Caretaker - Everywhere At The End Of Time Stages 1-3. 9 months ago
One thing that amuse about this work is that it is not purposely sinister, yet, after a while you start to wonder what a hellish a tormented world it delivers you in, a world where nothing is definined completely and everything seems to be crumbling... See full review
posted a review of Skrol - Dances And Marches For The Orphan Age. 10 months ago
To make a body of music you have to bring parts and create a fusion, an alchemy of sounds to create form, that is Integrated music as Hirsch reveal, but in reality this is music in its purest more intimate reality. The expression that join knowledge... See full review
posted a review of Coil - Unnatural History II (Smiling In The Face Of Perversity). 11 months ago
Contrarywise direction for easy listening or lounge, Coil second volume collection of rarities and lost sessions roll us back to an otherworldly case where the music accompaniments akin with nightmares and oddly delusions serve as soundtrack for... See full review
posted a review of Reclusion - Reclusion. about 1 year ago
A dissimilar album style in the etno, electronica, Neo classical centered prikosnovenie back catalogue.

Heavily influenced by illbient but with a dark ambient edge. Lots of analog synth layers of sound directed by succinct dub rhythms that grant a... See full review
posted a comment on Yoko Ono / The Plastic Ono Band - Yoko Ono / Plastic Ono Band. about 1 year ago
It's basically krautrock and drone music, today widly known musical genres. So the whole thing it's not that weird or bad at all musically speaking. It was weird for the rock square pop heads from the 70s and the Beatles lovers accustomed to their pop... See full review
posted a comment on Bethlehem. about 1 year ago
Lots of effects and atmosphere less cacophony and more melody, monologues over a carpet of textures. Ocasional blast beat. Lyrics are more reflexive or even puzzling. Theatrical and declamative if one can say so. The music has many stances and... See full review
posted a review of Glen Porter - Blessed By A Young Death. about 1 year ago
A western melancholia, but with an implicit ride in some doped beats and groovy dub. The production is awesome, complete and milimetrically composed, very dramatic cinematics with a compelling narrative, in fact, later it is discovered its practically... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
submitted Cerrone - Love In C Minor. about 1 year ago
posted a review of The Glove - Blue Sunshine. about 1 year ago
This is one of those albums that represent the dynamic from the 80s, out of hand eclectic, the unique and ocasional intersection of two daring individuals, a form base of Post punk with extremely proactive electronics and effects under the veil of... See full review
submitted Various - Eyes Wide Shut (Music From The Motion Picture). about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Sunn O))) - Black One. about 1 year ago
Interesting recommendation, haven't heard it and I like Nurse with wound a lot. I'll take a listen. Peace.
posted a review of Various / Michael Andrews - Donnie Darko (Original Soundtrack & Score). about 1 year ago
Anyone who lived through the eighties know that both the movie and the soundtrack catch something intrinsically unspeakable of that time. Something both melancholic, tragic and terrifying about it.
The music chosen as soundtrack reveals the ominous... See full review
posted a comment on Blessed Death - Destined For Extinction. about 1 year ago
But I didn't say they ripped off Slayer, only influenced by them. You even agree with that.
submitted Styx - Cornerstone. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Assassin (6) - The Upcoming Terror + Interstellar Experience. about 1 year ago
Old thrash metal German bands used to be distinctively lyrical, although in here, we have an example of restless rhythm. Galloping without pace, no mercy for cardiopathy or heart insufficiency people, no breaks in between.

Nevertheless you can... See full review
posted a review of Klaus Nomi. about 1 year ago
The whole phenomena of Klaus Nomi is a sad tragedy (in its utmost Greek meaning).
His life could easily be compared with that of a dramatic opera, which is a thing not exempt from dark irony considering that his dream was to be an opera singer. In the... See full review
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posted a review of Wappenbund - Zeitenwende. about 1 year ago
One of the most intense and incandescent martial industrial music ever done.
Pushing flames into the heart of the listener, carbonizing all what is not steel around.
Its formula is a dynamic of noise (close to power electronics kind of distortions in... See full review
posted a review of Docetism - God Has Died, And His Death Was The Life Of The World. about 1 year ago
Laconism is simplicity, simplicity is less propense to need to explain things, to give reasons, to expand examples.
In this music you'll find this. Nevermind, the strength of the music resides in the power of simplicity.
Simplicity in terms of... See full review
posted a review of Julee Cruise - Floating Into The Night. about 1 year ago
So innocent and angelical, yet so subtly but evocatively dark.
This album catch that darkness pertained and contained within what we use to call love. That inscrutable black magic in which many people deposit their fortunes, their souls rest and... See full review
posted a review of Carnivore. about 1 year ago
IFuck it, Peter Steele deserves an statue, a monument, a damn big cenotaph, maybe the three together, because if Freddy Mercury got one statue at some beach, why not Mr Peter in the fucking WTC? He is the king of his very personal and intimate kind of... See full review
posted a review of Rigor Mortis (2) - Rigor Mortis. about 1 year ago
>Another old school thrash metal classic that has gained more and more the well deserved recognition it didn't have back at the time.

Straightforward and uncompromised, pretty solid riffs from start to finish, Rigor Mortis the Texas tornado. I... See full review
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posted a review of Arca (4) - Arca. about 1 year ago

I think he has received way too much "ego food" from the gay community praising him as something he is not.
He is good but mostly he is imprecise, way too speculative and pointless.
He makes sound collages that will suit well for the catwalk as... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
submitted Adamo - Los 15 Mejores De Adamo. over 2 years ago
posted a review of Arca (4) - Stretch 2. over 2 years ago
Arcas best without a doubt.
The music is quite upfront and impetuous from the very beginning, it arrives as a slap or a shout. The predominance of deep basses and thick beats come brutal and bodily speaking, like some organism twitching and itching in... See full review
posted a review of Crisis (2) - We Are All Jews And Germans. over 2 years ago
This is the best compilation from Crisis released so far, it summarize their releases and unreleased tracks. So get it if you want to have a complete piece of History in your hands.

What can be said about a band that was partly the cradle for the... See full review
posted a review of Butthole Surfers - Live PCPPEP. over 2 years ago
The outlandish and savage live shows from the Butthole Surfers were so legendary that people used to say they were one of the bands that truly created a show in which their music was the surplus.

PCPPEP is the recorded live show for their eponymous... See full review
posted a review of Various - La Ciudad Podrida Vol. I. over 2 years ago
Scandinavians may have their compendium of tremendous bloody stories associated with music in the "Lords of chaos", these episodes of almost incest murders among friends and lovers from Black metal music, bullying and murdering homosexuals and school... See full review
submitted Wings (2) - Venus And Mars. over 2 years ago
submitted Café Tacvba* - Café Tacuba. over 2 years ago
posted a review of Black Sun Productions. over 2 years ago
Maybe they are not "true" Coil's godchildren as some people say. They lack many things that their master had: Amplitude, drama, emotion, subtlety, synthesis, madness... In definitive terms, Aural poetry .

They are rather plain in some evident way,... See full review
posted a comment on Death In June - Essence!. over 2 years ago
"Peaceful snow" is a good album and I said it.
The problem with bands like these is that their back catalogue is inmensely classic, and one cannot simply forget it as if it didn't happen, as a critic you're simply obliged to compare, that's the issue... See full review
posted a review of Kraftwerk. over 2 years ago
All things new and to certain measure extreme Kraftwerk ever did musically speaking or else purveryoring technology as a mean to composition , there is something even more fundamental implicated with their foundation. They were the messengers of a... See full review
submitted Various - Barcelona Gold. over 2 years ago
posted a review of Sunn O))) - Black One. over 2 years ago
Love hate relationships demark an indisoluble conflict of self interests, when some things are likeable but at the same time undesirable, when this happens there are only two options, to deal with the difficulty implied in the ambiguity or else to... See full review