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SKIN AREA - Journal Noir / Lithium Path

Format: do-CD
Label & Cat.Number: Cold Meat Industry CMI.150
Release Year: 2006
Note: one of the most unusual COLD MEAT albums ever, grenre-crossing epic album between calm & more song oriented tracks and harsh noise ritual industrial tunes...
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Sicher eines der ungewöhnlichsten COLD MEAT–Alben ever: Genre-sprengendes Werk dieses schwedischen Duos, oft eher ruhig und songorientiert, viel handgespielt neo-psychedelisches mit spokenword vocals, aber auch harsh noisiges & rituelles, Industrialeinflüsse sind natürlich da, werden aber ständig überschritten.... Beschreibung fast unmöglich, selbst anhören !

“Genre - Industrial, Noise, Experimental, Ambient, psychedelic pop.
Talk about being open-minded and actually being it is a virtue. The two gentlemen Martin Bladh (from IRM) and Magnus Lindh, set out on a journey to blow up the everyday expectations of common industrial music and we must say they really surpassed themselves. Years in the making, this experimental set of tracks presented as a double CD should be seen as two different works. Blending raging noise, ritualistic, flowing ambiences, shimmering guitar drones, intelligent beats, strangely structured bass-lines, hypnotic percussion, surreal and psychotic vocals as an instrument. Sublimely paying homage to golden creation, it never offers what you expect. Should you be the LEAST interested in something out of the ordinary and got the shakes for drastic changes, fast turns and full spectrum visions, look no further, you've got it right here! Might be chilly outside, but this certainly gives your body both physical warmth and mental discomfort. Featuring vocal contributions from Carl Abrahamsson and Ann-Marie Thim and several other guest appearances.” [label info]
“Everything from calm guitar drones to up-building walls of screeching noise, you never know what's next. Really professional stuff! These guys should get some more attention, never mind it's on CMI.” [Segerhuva]