|Wyrm + Rats With Wings / Death Inducing Signaling Complex|
|Album:||Death Inducing Signaling Complex||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Wyrm + Rats With Wings||Added:||02/2011|
|Label:||Roil Noise Records|
|Add Date:||2011-11-20||Pull Date:||2012-01-22||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||25 Dec||4 Dec||27 Nov|
|1.||Dec 18, 2011:||Ghost Trees |
|3.||Nov 24, 2011:||meow |
|2.||Nov 27, 2011:||ThermoNuclear Bar |
|4.||Nov 22, 2011:||DESTROY ORANGEASM |
Wyrm + Rats With Wings/ Death Inducing Signaling Complex/ Roil Noise Records |
Tyler Haddow 11/5/11
Two half-hour-long noise pieces. I do not want the disease for which these two tracks are “symptoms.” If you seek bad dreams, an upset stomach, or escape to a nihilist robotic void, this album is for you! Instrumental-- No FCC’s.
1. Most of these noises are unidentifiable, but that’s what’s cool about it. Every few minutes, a new “movement” with its own characteristic sounds begins. Creepy medical noises, fan blades, and space-age sounds are recurring themes.
2. In terms of sonic content and mood, the second track is much like the first. H Machinery, heavily manipulated vocals, and screeches are the recurring themes. Ceaselessly very abrasive. With about 6:15 left, the loop ends and the track starkly changes gears. This last 6 minutes is the highlight of the album; the percussive metallic noises and faint synth drones are very atmospheric.
|1.||Symptom 1||2.||Symptom 2|