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Label & Cat.Number: Zhelezobeton ZHB-VI
Release Year: 2005
Note: Russian analog synth noise, developing from more quiet ambient spheres to thunderous fields of hypnotique movements.. well done! 'lim. 223 in foil-covered handmade package with sprayed symbols
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €9.00
More InfoNeuer russischer Industrial, analog, rauh & gut arrangiert! Kommt im silberfarbenen Schaumgummi-artigen besprühtem Spezialcover!
"Degeneral was formed in the Siberian city of Kemerovo in 2001 and has already recorded several albums none of which has been issued to present day, so "After the World" can be called the first official release of the project. The album sounds like a soundtrack to a mental trip through the lifeless spaces of the world outlived electro-mechanical apocalypse. First monotonous droning tracks unobtrusively bring listener's perception into a laid-back and meditative state. But the sound gradually condenses, saturation of sonic events grows and music takes mechanical features of sinister atmosphere of a desolated factory working for hundreds of years without human assistance. Thunder of workshops, buzz of power substations and clanks of unknown mechanisms flow together into united psy-noise symphony. By the end of the disc anthropomorphical assotiations naturally pale and give way to abstract cosmic visions, provoked by skilfully combined avalanche-like noise waves and looped melodic lines. The release is packed into hand-made outer sleeve made of foil-covered material with sprayed symbol and inner semi-transparent cardboard sleeve with information notes." [label info]
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