|Various Artists / This Dismal World|
|Album:||This Dismal World||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2014-04-18||Pull Date:||2014-06-20||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||15 Jun||18 May||27 Apr|
|1.||Wed, 11 Jun 14:||Your Imaginary Friend|
|4.||Wed, 23 Apr 14:||Your Imaginary Friend|
|2.||Thu, 15 May 14:||Lestrygonian|
|5.||Mon, 21 Apr 14:||The Grunt|
|3.||Wed, 14 May 14:||Your Imaginary Friend|
Anemone Tube vs Dissecting Table // This Dismal World|
RIYL: Einsturzende Neubauten, Swans,
TAGS: LOCAL LABEL, Germany, Japan, Dark Ambient, Old School Industrial, Noise
Cassette sent to us by BLACK HORIZONS. This is a great split with, IMO, Dissecting Table really nailing it. Mastered by James Plotkin (Khanate).
Anemone Tube - Dark and abstract. Nothing to hold on to. The second track is very enjoyable.
1.) (9:54) Slow scraping and rumbling dark ambient. Minimum Entropy.
2.) (6:11) + Pulsing falling sound in background with harsh-but-not-too-harsh noise textures on top. Echoing male chant.
Dissecting Table - This track is perfect. Old-school-ish industrial masterpiece. This is why I became a DJ -- to find music like this.
3.) (19:00) + + + + Oh fuck yeah! Clanging metal "beat", ominous esoteric male group chanting throughout, weird 8-bit percolating noises…this track has it all. Harsh distorted vocals kick in around 3:30 and the pandemonium increases. Backs off a little around 7:30. At 11:30 the textures / ambient drop out from below and it's just banging metal and chanting vocals…so fucking good. Last three minutes switch it up with the textures instead of the banging and vocals.
|1.||Anemone Tube||In The Mausoleum|
|2.||Anemone Tube||From Anthropocentrism To Demonocentrism|
|3.||Dissecting Table||1000 Tones|