The hot Satanic summer sun is burning our bodies and Archon Satani knows this feeling and creates the soundtrack with… Read more Archon Satani – The Righteous Way to Completion
Mental Destruction bring a truly unique take on industrial with “When Madness Strikes.” Standing apart from their peers, Mental Destruction was an orthodox Christian industrial band from Sweden.
It’s our first episode covering an album in a while, and we landed on Iugula-Thor “Processcenes.” Originally released on BloodLust!… Read more Iugula-Thor – Processcenes
Erik Hoffman was cool enough to have us to his home to discuss two landmark Ground Fault CDs in the field recording realm: Eric La Casa “The Stones of the Threshold” and Lionel Marchetti “Portrait D’Un Glacier.” Erik relays some thoughts on the albums as well as working with each artist. We get into the importance of field recordings, where they can take you, and how they fit into the noise world.
A new year should only begin with a classic and that’s what we had searing through the speakers with MSBR “Destructive Locomotion (Dedicated to Chizuo Matsumoto)” on Pure. Chizuo Matsumoto was known to the world as Shoko Asahara, the leader of Aum Shinrikyo. This is a noise/true crime episode, in the vein our Murder Series episodes, as we dig into this incredible album as a background to the story of Aum Shinrikyo and Tokyo sarin subway attacks.
Macronympha deliver one of the definitive American Noise albums with “Intensive Care” on Self Abuse from 1998. We received a letter from Joe Roemer and relay info on the album and Macronympha directly from the source. Primal sound steamrolls the status quo world. Blow out every little sound and submit to total noise.
Kyle Wright returns to discuss the fantastic Jonathan Briley box set that Kyle released on his Diophantine Discs label. Jonathan… Read more Complete Works of Jonathan Briley (with guest Kyle Wright)
Penetrate the void with The Haters “Drunk on Decay.” Justin Lakes joins us to erode this classic CD from 1997. It was one of the most widely available Haters albums at the time and its impact is still felt today. GX provided us with some background info on this album as well as other “Drunk on Decay” performances. De-cay is good-cay!
Crimson and viscous, Yen Pox “Blood Music” flows into our veins. This 1995 album is an absolute classic in the world of dark ambient, and the twilight territory it places us in is intoxicating. Blot out the sun and cover the world in “Blood Music.”
We return to the Pure series to cover Prick Decay’s “Mud Sound for Car Stereos” as recommended by guest Anthony Saunders. Fitting perfectly in the realm of mid ’90s RRR sound, we all wallow in the tape hiss and crudeness provided Prick Decay. In addition, Dylan Nyoukis provided some background info on this CD. How will your milk taste?