Thursday, June 10, 2010

Wisdom of Xul Review: Incipient


Something so utterly ugly, so disgustingly terrible to listen to, that it rots your eyes with its vibrations, crushes your nose with its stamping distortion, and shakes your brain violently like a crazed mother that has had enough of her crying new born.

Imagine finding an album that contains a song that instantly sends shooting visions into your mind of T-800's punching each other in an engine room, screaming their cyborg curses, and totally destroying everything.

All in all, I'm glad and feel lucky to have discovered this album/band, as I believe it is a true representation of what can be created with enough wires, hate and of course, Xul in your soul/CPU.

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Attila the Hun Review: Incipient

Utterly insane industrialized black metal from this mysterious one-man band. This stuff sounds like it was recorded by fucking robots in some post-apocalyptic wasteland; the sound is beyond distorted and filled with earsplitting effects, ugly and utterly brilliant!

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010


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Recorded in the fall of 2008.
Krimpatul is an assessment of modernism and industrialism.
01 Imperifect
02 Apocrypha
03 Exalt Varian
04 Neuroskepsis
05 Season of Nothing
Recorded in the summer of 2009.
Memetics is  a description of the processes that are characteristic of life and information.
06 Eratosthenes
07 Amalia
08 Luca
09 Minblod