A recent Ancestry DNA update shows that I have up to 25% Italian heritage. My heart will still reside in the fertile soil of Hellenic glory but my knife, however, will enjoy this chicken cacciatore
Favorite track: Sicily's Tortured Past.
when you live on the knife edge, there are limits…
you can’t go back and change time
these are the debut recordings of Murder Machine. the rawness… coldness and base performance contained herein is preserved flaws and all, like the Flatlands. barely intentional… premeditated? possibly, ...action? absolutely!
errors are contained here, preserved like memories of the gemini lounge.
whats missing is the motivation. why?
why the gemini?
the imperfection remains here on these recordings. just like murder, you have to let go…
I’m a big Merzbow fan and I’ve only listened to some of Prurient’s material, so to hear that both experimental legends made a record together was an instant grab for me! This is quite easily one of the darkest sounding noise albums, as the walls of ambient noise clashing with these horror industrial sounds makes for a greatly disturbing experience. Hard to say why this is so cool in less than 500 characters, but I can say this is making me interested to get into Prurient’s deeper discog! ༺𝔇𝔯𝔢𝔞𝔡𝔣𝔲𝔩𝔰༻
Such a diverse array of approaches to industrial music, whatever one might say about Prurient's output, the man is consistently and defiantly surprising. Like his album "Casablanca Flamethrower", this record is one of those magical audio-roaming grounds for one's morbid imagination to run wild. You can envision strange and startling worlds and alternative histories to music like this. Ben Harris