Summon Thrull / Summon Thrull
Album: Summon Thrull   Collection:General
Artist:Summon Thrull   Added:May 2011
Label:Debacle Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-09-25 Pull Date: 2011-11-27 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Nov 27 Nov 13 Oct 30 Oct 16 Oct 2
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Nov 20, 2011: The Crooked Spoke Adjacent
4. Oct 11, 2011: Ghost Trees
2. Nov 08, 2011: Orangeasm
Pinecone Epidural
5. Sep 28, 2011: Brownian Motion
Pinecone Epidural
3. Oct 26, 2011: Brownian Motion

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2011-09-25
Glitchy erratic noise funneled through machines. Lots of drone created through loops and interesting collages of samples, futuristic synths, and massively distorted guitars/patches. Veers from harsh to minimal to chill to frightening. Avoids the trappings of feeling like work to listen to – there are enough identifiable instruments and patterns to latch on to. Great, meticulously crafted stuff. All instrumental.

1. Bashed out looped heavy noise to start, phaser cyclings of spacey channels of distortion cutting in and out, synth is all planetarium and shit. (4:25)
*2. Ominous slow drifting, buzzy undertone, goes into chimey back-and-forth between distorted guitar box, and dreamy, echoey keys. (3:35)
3. Phone line dial tones fed to a robotic chainsaw, sampled vocals looped and mixed into a noisy drone swirl. (3:43)
*4. Horror synth is given a distant effect in the right channel and is looped into space, while guitar erratic fuzz snaps, jolts, and gnaws. Nightmarish repetition morphs into dreamy, glitchy, electronic drone that border on relaxation. (10:56)
5. Slow cavernous opening, sustained synthesizers slowly seep in with loops of distorted vocal samples, eerie synth wandering. I would recommend playing this on Halloween. (9:09)
6. Strange, tinny texture to loose erratic, almost cyclically cut up noise bursts, sustained ringing drone bleeds into background. (5:42)

Track Listing
1. C-Sample   4. Pinecone Epidural
2. Cannibalized   5. Death To Videodrome: Long Live The New Flesh
3. Cassettecon   6. Beach Blonde Fragment Fracture