the two modern masters of the industrial noise and cacophony collide on this crushing 10” intersecting at the little known and largely forgotten cold war crossroads of the cambodian civil war and the some could argue its deep predecessor of the korean war. 2 decayed and corrupted tracks from each artist spreading rotten winds.
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I cannot praise this album enough. This album is absolutely terrifying! The many starts and stops creates this very h settling tension. Each start expands on the stopper idea previously. It’s like the music equivalent of walking through thick fog while passing out multiple times throughout trying to find a place to orientate yourself. There may or may not be something sinister in that fog, but you don’t want to stick around to find out. Bought the vinyl so I summon the fog demons through spe showhornwithteeth