Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Øe - Like A Comet That Drifts In With The Tide (2010) (Dark Ambient)

Øe is an isolationist-ambient side project made up of Fabio Perletta (Nō, Farmacia901 italian label, Seventh Sense Art Group), which explores the concept of void, as an internal human dimension.

01. Drift I (14:06)
02. Drift II (13:05)

Released by Isolationism Records.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011


" The world is dead like everyone else."

This is possibly one of my most favorable pieces of Dark Ambient music that I have ever composed, or one of the greatest examples of the Isolationism genre. But first, here's a little warning and introduction (FROM THE ACTUAL ARTIST/COMPOSER) before you decide to download this album... This piece of dark art has an extremely, extremely somber, brooding atmosphere and a very horrendous overtone to its name. This album should be listened to with the lights turned off, and the windows shut for an incredible, hair-raising experience.

The music is built out of my greatest fears and nightmares, and also the everlasting fear of the dark (Nychtophobia). It is inspired by such disturbing hallucinogenic delusions and fears. Sleep Paralysis plays a huge important role in the atmosphere of this as well. This music is definitely not for the easily frightened or spooked. The whole album is also a very abstract, interesting, and intriguing piece to undergo... the three songs remind me of something from the movie, "THE BLAIR WITH PROJECT". For some people, while listening to this, some of your senses may become debrided. Fear is not the enemy in this sense. It is our bestest friend.

1. Resistance PT. 01 (23:33)
2. Resistance PT. 02 (22:03)
3. Resistance PT. 03 (19:04)

  • All tracks recorded by Owen Michael Davis on March 20th, 2011.
  • JOKER is an Experimental Dark Ambient/Noise/Soulless Ambient Project created by Owen Michael Davis in the late May of 2010.


Monday, July 11, 2011

La Peste - Il Etait... "Magnetique" / Une Possibilite

Just discovered this shit on youtube. It's French. Fucking Brilliant. Nuff said. This song is from the 2005 Untitled 12" Vinyl album by La Peste. "La Peste" translates from French to English as "The Plague".

Friday, July 8, 2011

Noise Nazi / Bagman / Ekunhaashaastaack - Bondage Reality 3 Way Split CDR (2011)

1. Noise Nazi - Eternal Circle of Rape (8:00)

2. Noise Nazi - The Gates Of Sleaze (20:29

Bagman - All I Deserve (4:30)

4. Bagman - Cathode Fuck (4:41)

Ekunhaashaastaack - Stockroom (29:33)

A very intriguing and interesting work of art we have here. After receiving this obscenity in the mail (as well as Bagman/ Noise Nazi/ White Gimp Mask - 3 Way Split: Cognitive Distortion CDr (2011)) as a special gift from BAGMAN, I was totally submerged within thick brooding layers of noise and utter despair. Very quite enjoyable actually, yet full of such a somber and foreboding atmosphere.

The first track called "Eternal Circle Of Rape" by Noise Nazi is plainly a very interesting piece to undergo, like pulling out an earwig from the inside of your ear canal. There are what sounds like multiple layers of sounds, samples, and full blasts of static and metal being thrown around. Occasionally, everything turns into a bizarre echo, and you can what sounds like a sonorous human voice moaning and rumbling like the inside of a volcano getting ready to burst. All sorts of background noise and disruption. The kind that just makes you want to heave a chair at one of your classmates that simply won't shut the fuck up. This is possibly what the inside of a Schizophrenic's mind would sound like. Dozens and dozens of noises, voices, sounds, darkness and obscurities fused together into one big track. Hence some of the scenes from Clean, Shaven. Throughout the whole thing I can make out somewhat of a sideways conversation between several people (or more.) At nearly 2 minutes into the song, more samples come in, and the noise begins to feel gritty and more dense to my senses.

Noise Nazi's 20 minute track, "The Gates Of Sleaze" is just filled with sleaze and the total abomination of the limit of sound. Definitely induces nausea for minors. (I don't really know about vomiting, but let's just say that it might cause some ear rape.) I could also plainly see some Noiseheads headbanging to this which is also a fun sight to experience. Through buckets full of the continuous throbbing, screeching, hissing, and scratching of harsh noise projected by electronic equipment, there are low, grungy, filthy vocals that add on to the madness. Most of the voices you hear are muffled, like the kind you and I hear in dark areas when there is absolutely no one there. There is some gurgling inside the putrid mixture, but for the first 3 minutes, the groaning, reversed voices are simply so distorted that it is likely impossible to understand what they are actually saying. Like the voices that you might hear from an old TV set
heavily distorted until they are inflicted upon static, White Noise, EVP and utter ITC related elements or the spooky, reversed and sometimes indiscernible concoction from a Ham Radio. I can just feel chills soaring all throughout my body as I listen to this piece of work. To me, I can just picture them ripping a hole through reality, causing a disruption of the space-time continuum. Children left to cower in corners with their heads bent down in fear, revulsion, and agony. Agony directed at the corruption of the world, while adults may concur overbearing thoughts of suicide. I can totally feel a pinch of BT.HN in this song. Indeed, it is an extremely haunting track.

Bagman's part of split as of always contains splattered hateful, demonic, lewd, and possessed vocals battered upon a shattered mirror of one's sanity and psychosis left bleeding. Their reflection blackened and propelled as a mirror image of a blood-curdling monster that has now arose to the surface.

In "All I Deserve", the excruciating squabbles and teething of the machinery are some of the best examples of modern day Power Electronics. Some lines are brutally whispered, and ragged as if short of breath in the moment but of personal reference to friendly email messages, Bagman has stated that he likes it when his voice cannot be distinctly understood and perceived by the human ear. The Noise used in this song is entirely ear-ringing and in the aftermath, may take a few minutes to recover from. Bagman has simply done it again!

In "Cathode Fuck", the noise is somewhat lofi but at times, very acute, harsh and damaging to your hearing if turned up too loud. The monstrous vocals kick in after nearly 3 minutes of savage, apocalyptic noise that will jolt your body like there's no tomorrow. Yet they are incredibly bone-chilling, full of lust and depravity. Reminds me of some of the text from Peter Soto's PURE Magazines. All I can do is sit here while my body is overtaken by the music. Definitely not for the faint of heart. Hopefully this does not discourage the thought of Bagman being a very talented musician. In my opinion, he is yet one of the very best.

The last track called "Stock Room" by an artist who's name is almost impossible to say by my ungodly pronunciation capability, EKUNHAASHAASTAACK. There is also a great example of filthy Power Electronics in this one as well. I dig. Definitely sounds like some of those perverse and fetid Filth And Violence tapes a lot of people are dying to claim, me being one of them. For almost 30 minutes there is a pile of feverish harsh wall noise that I can feel rumbling about within the walls of my skull until my brain feels as if its about to give way. This one also reminds me of something special, I can just feel as if SNUFF and BIZARRE UPROAR made a band and this song happened to become one of their offspring. The album is truly a macabre masterpiece in my mind! Astounding!

Monday, July 4, 2011

Haemorrhaging Fetus - A Dying Expression (2006) (CDr, Mini)

Released in 2006 as a Mini CDr on the label Dumping Ground Recordings, this single track was said to be one of the very first tracks by Haemorrhaging Fetus recorded in 2001, which was also part 1 of The Salvaged Act series on Dumping Ground Recordings.

Over 20 minutes of harsh, ear-thrashing, hemorrhaging wall noise!

However, at five minutes and 25 seconds into the song, a very bizarre b-horror movie sample can be heard.. only to then cut off suddenly
leaving us engulfed in the blazing fire of broken harsh noise wall barriers, and stranded at our own doomed peril.

1. A Dying Expression (20:55)