10.02.2015

KUSARI GAMA KILL

































"Dead animal noise party"
Year:  2006
Country:  Denmark
City:  Copenhagen
Artist:  Martin Weile &
Janus Welling
Label:  RONF
Format:  CD
Tracks:  99
Time:  40 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:       Noise Core



























"Kusari Gama Kill are one of the cooler noisecore bands on the RONF label, playing a ferocious style of synthetic noise-core that uses blasts of raging noise along the lines of Merzbow, Masonna, or Incapacitants, deep, heavily processed death metal vocals mutated by tons of FX and pitch shifting, evil robot chanting and vocoder abuse, harsh electronic textures and bizarre samples, and over-the-top drum machine programming that drills through your skull at 800 bpm. The lack of guitars or bass sets this apart from alot of other digital-grinders and makes these short, twenty second spasms sound totally alien and inorganic; this is severely fucked extreme music that makes me think of old noisecore stuff like Sore Throat or Fear Of God being hurtled through the trippy spaceship noise chaos of K.K. Null's solo electronics and the chopped-up, spastic electronica of Venetian Snares". From Crucial Blast review of Dead Animal Noise Party "This shit is completely out of control as brutal electronic noise and lightspeed machine blasts hurtle out of your speakers uncontrollably, like hearing early Napalm Death being subsumed into the Borg hive-mind and mashed together with Dataclast, Bastard Noise, Noism and Merzbow and spat back out in fifteen second chunks of skull-imploding power. Fuck! What makes this so crushing is that Kusari Gama Kill actually have a pretty massive recording that makes their industrial white-noise chaosgrind sound thick and devestating…". (*NOTE = review from Crucial Blast).
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