TODAY IS THE DAY! VESSEL OF INIQUITY IS OFFICIALLY OUT ON TAPE & MINICD!
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Co-released with @sentientruin for the US:
RITUAL BLACK METAL NOISE INVOCATION
The life-shattering debut album of UK-based one-man black/death/noise monstrosity Vessel of Iniquity. Fifteen minutes of unfathomable audial terror designed to disintegrate existence directly from within. Fifteen minutes of inconceivable sonic trauma administered through the unholy abuse of the most blighted blackened death metal and of the most anti-human and liminal strains of noise, drone and power electronics. A sensorially annihilating and humiliating sonic holocaust that has brought together the diverse but equally decimating aesthetics of extreme acts like Gnaw Their Tongues, Impetuous Ritual, and Teitanblood to conceive the most absurd and completely unthinkable realms of musical devastation.
The ultimate analog annihilation artifact: black shells printed with golden ink, wrapped in a j-card of charcoal black rough cardstock printed with offset silver metallic inks. The same version exists co-released in the US by Sentient Ruin Laboratories, printed with golden inks instead of silver. Both versions in stock though the US golden on black version is extremely limited.
The miniCD EP features a 2-panel booklet and comes in a transparent plastic sleeve.
Vinyl version is coming out in late April/early May.
Ennio Morricone is one of my favourite composers. I have quite a few inches of Morricone in my record shelf, mostly stuff from the mid sixties to the mid seventies, the more weird, psychedelic, avantgarde shit. Morricone’s score from John Carpenter’s „The Thing“ is one of my favourites (even though it’s from 1982). When Waxwork Records rereleased two different versions of the score last year I was desperately trying to get a copy – I’m not the „first pressing“ kind of guy, as long as it’s vinyl and as long as it doesn’t sound like shit I’m fine with it. Nevertheless I couldn’t find the Waxwork rerelease. It seemed that not a single copy of the album found its way to Germany, at least not to the relevant Berlin record stores or to the relevant online shops. Correct me if I'm wrong. I could have ordered the album via Waxwork, but I don’t really fancy the aftermath, means: dealing with the German customs. It’s a one hour subway ride to the customs office, another hour waiting in the line and another half hour answering stupid questions. And in the end you have to pay twice as much customs as the regular price of the record. Now I found an original US first pressing of „The Thing“ on Discogs. Ironically this first pressing in vg+ condition was about half the price of the „cheapest“ Waxwork rerelease you’ll find on Discogs.
Ennio Morricone „The Thing (Music From The Motion Picture)“, MCA, 1982. #enniomorricone#thething#mcarecords#vinyl#johncarpenter#soundtrack
Hey Hoy! What a surprise. U can grab our work called “Sleepers” with me, Mikhail Kobzar & Alina Kalinina on decks.de & deejay.de - MMusic (Sampler 001) also Studio collaborations from Anrilov, Bvoice and SickDisco, musician Deep Square, trinity JCB, Mikhail Kobzar, Alina Kalinina and house gangster Bebadim.
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A B B A G O L D .
visited the awesome 'super troupers' exhibit in southbank centre london last week on a whim and have been on an abba listening frenzy since. cruelly written off as 'bubblegum-pop' eurotrash following their disbanding in 1982, the years have been kind to abba both critically and commercially. .
whether they are in the vein of "lennon-mccartney" or more "stock-aiken-waterman" varies from song to song, but only the narrowest-minded critic could argue with benny and björn's ability to craft a pop standard. abba gold is a testament to this- an astonishing run of catchy, inventive and sharply produced hits ranging from the floorfilling dancing queen and voulez-vous to the modern day anthems in the winner takes it all and thank you for the music. .
one might be surprised, (post-mamma mia!) by the musical inventiveness and air of melancholy that pervades even the simplest of their songs- from the mournful tone of the piano in dancing queen to the lonely regret of the protagonist in one of us. "one of us is crying, one of us is lying in her lonely bed, wishing she was somewhere else instead"...not exactly 'bubblegum-pop' is it?
you owe it to yourself to dig out your abba collection and listen to it again- much more depth than you imagined, just as much joy as you remembered...immortal.
man i remember drooling at the sight of cassette tapes, cd's, vinyl's, & those posters on the wall when me & my older brother went to @ternoman's old record joint. Ordered The Cramps Bad Music For Bad People on cassette & another one I can't recall. Di na naulit, hirap mag-ipon kapag napapalakas na sa pagbibisyo 😂 kaya bumawi nlang sa pag record ng programa nila sa radyo.
Purveyors of taste back on those days along with Not Radio by @myreneacademia of NU 107...👏👊👍 #groovenation#totidalmacion#ternoman#ternorecordings#recordshop#vinylculture#rockandrhythm#dekadanobenta
Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing (1998) // Last week @ravenflow posted their debut album here. This inspired me to listen to Placebo myself again. It's been a long time. There was a time when I almost heard this album excessively. But someday they were on too many channels. Especially when they performed at almost every festival I attended. You really had the feeling that Placebo are everywhere and you couldn't escape them anymore. This gave the impression of a hard working band, but I was less and less interested in the music of Placebo. Anyway, I'm having real feelings of happiness now. "Without You I'm Nothing" is, in my opinion, their opus magnum. What an album! The title song alone is a work for eternity. And be sure to listen to the version with David Bowie! The artwork is also extremely touching. And "Pure Morning" 😍 ... and so perfect for rainy days ... it goes on and on. What is your relationship with Placebo? And what do you think is their best record?