Kultovní japonský noise. Digipack.
K2 (Kimihide Kusafuka) is one of Japan’s most significant harsh noise protagonists dealing in raw junk metal noise works since the 80’s. Rainy Tritium 2 is the follow up release to Rainy Tritium 1 put out in 2017 on Oxen Records. Kimihide continues to relay his social message regarding the impact of climate change through his unique rendition of aural carnage.
K2‘s use of analogue and semi modular synths and pedals continue to shatter sonic barriers with heavily processed and distorted metallic industrial noise. The aggressive manipulation of analogue electronics and deconstruction of sound sources display jarring intensities of abrasive screeching, scraping, buzzing and droning mayhem. Rainy Tritium 2 features an hour of harsh noise extremes that is guaranteed to test the limits of your aural threshold.
Kultovní britský industrial. Digipack.
This is the final Sutcliffe Jugend release and the entire album was recorded between December 2018 and January 2019. The Deluge was completed less than a month before the end of Sutcliffe Jugend was officially announced.
The final moments of Sutcliffe Jugend are captured in these 5 tracks, with never been heard before vocal ranges that reflect the subtle intensity and almost ‘singing’ style of Kevin Tomkins. This documents the end of an era, but continues to pave the way for a new ‘Sutcliffe Jugend’ sound and style to come: Slaves No More.
Kultovní extrémní industrial / power electronics z Velké Británie. DvojCD. Digipack.
This double album connects the dots between Sutcliffe Jugend and Slaves No More (SNM), highlighting the transition from one to another. The decision to end Sutcliffe Jugend was officially announced in end 2019 and Slaves No More formed in early 2020. This release bridges the 2 acts and showcases the somewhat different music styles between them, especially from the former’s earlier power electronics sound. Consisting of material recorded right after S L A V E S was released back in 2016, this is the sequel to that release, albeit reduced to just 2 discs instead of the initial planned multiple discs (as a follow up) to S L A V E S 6xCD Boxset.
This release has been aptly titled Slaves No More for obvious reasons of paving the new direction of the band of the same name. Remnants of the earlier Sutcliffe Jugend style can be identified on Disc 1 with more vocals parts and noisy elements (especially...