This is the best thing that happened to my record collection since Disgrace To The Corpse Of Sid.
7,5 minutes of total whirlwind holocaust mayhem grindnoise.
A plethora of blast beats, screams and weird samples…
If you’re into truly demented chaotic shit, with a cruel production, feedback and drill noise, then this is for you.
This kind of noise is what I have always wanted to make. Fuck it, I can’t think of anything to say to convey my deep love for this kind of grind.
It was recommended to me by my Swedish friend Wilhelm Valencia (of Tacomaniacx fame)
I have a huge love for 7S7. And especially Gero Me. But I never got around to buy it. I know I’m going to at some point, but for now, I have to make do with the digital version. Bus as I’m deeply addicted to it, I thought I’d make a new sub-blog about records I’d like to own.
This is an intense motherfucker of a record. Short spastic noisy songs, all in Sete Star Sept’s trademark bass/drum/vocal-assault style. It was the first thing I ever heard from them, and that listen spawned an expensive habit of collecting their records, no easy task! Discogs currently have 70(!) releases listed, and I have 13 of these… I have had a little communication with the band about a possible split with my own band, but they politely declined. I haven’t given up hope yet though. They have been a huge revitalizing factor in the shaping of the sound of my band, especially the songs on Gero Me and Visceral Tavern (discussed elsewhere on this blog).
Not much more to say, but
This is a record I want…
Such a gruesome scene. And while the zombies eat, Kiyasu and Kae spiller op til dans.
Side A is a lot of short noisegrindy tracks. Side B is… weird.
Good record though.
This lp is so menacing and ubekvem to listen to. It reminds me somewhat of Gnaw Their Tongues but is much more minimal and focused.
All four songs here are intense. As well as the cover which shows Pharmakon mastermind Margaret Chardiet’s body covered in maggots.
Get this. Also on Spotify.
This lp is another lifechanger for me. Basically I have tried to mimic side A in most of the music I have made since 1989…
For fuck’s sake, look at the tracklist:
This still sounds way more extreme, than most of the so called extreme music to follow it.
Side B is very good too.
It was released as MOSH10 on Earache.