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Label & Cat.Number: Cold Meat Industry CMI205
Release Year: 2010
Note: the great IRM from Sweden stand for 'contemporary', eerie, often body & pain related post industrial and atmospheric power electronics with remarkable psychic effect, and this is no exception: 4 long tracks (60 min) of piercing drones & pulses, creepy instrumentation, and heavily processed spoken vocals that go under the skin...
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More Info"IRM has already existed for over 10 years and are recognized as one of the most interesting Industrial bands around. This time Martin Bladh and Erik Jarl are joined by a third band member Mikael Oretoft on bass-guitar. This new work by IRM is a deeper delving into the psyche of the self inflictor - the core of inner regions violently exposed. Comprised by four tracks, each exactly 15 minutes in length we are thrown into a vortex of feedback, cymbaldrones, heavy bass-strumming, nightmarish pianotinkles and irreproachable synthwork. Demanding your attention all the way through - certainly not an easy listening experience - describing the course of events is impossible. It is again a mature and intricate work of incisive delicacies and theatrical ambiences. The sense of detail throughout is immense and the editing perfect. The clinical heaviness of earlier works are now transformed into a pure harsh, static soundwave which are most often cut off by another, slower, softer but in ways a more painful and dynamic one. The lyrics here are deeper cuts into personal matters. A man altering between life and death - a calculating and disillusive thinker and recluse who has lost the grip of reality, or perhaps found another? The strife for self-control turned into sick dedication, waging war on himself to receive recognition - the end comes nearer. Seldom have we heard a strange work like this which turns both lyrics and music into a full whole - stay away if deeper encounters with the human mind offends. The creative artwork was made by the renouned Swedish artist Stefan Danielsson, who also made the frontcover artwork for Whitehouse album "Racket"." [label info]
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