Ad noiseam adn16 - released on June 24th, 2002
Full length CD.
we fire (excerpt), 1min 29s, 705 Kbytes
track), 7min 31s, 3.5 Mbytes
sea (excerpt), 55s, 435 Kbytes
K-30: sci-fi warfare meets up to date music in the form of collaboration
between multi-talented Scott Sturgis and Leech (the man behind Navicon
Taking place in a speculative future where biology and technology
are fused, the story told in "Automated" is a report from
future struggles between hi-tech cold-blooded machines. Monstrous
robots, smart missiles and brutal shocks of metal are rendered in
an album full of noise, corrosion and rust. Listen to the battle
from the inside of the assault units, in a scraping and corrosive
CD composed by the two organic units behind Xenonics
Leaving behind the old clichés of human music, "Automated"
is the future of noise, the soundtrack to a desolate and cold landscapes
where hostile machines seek their enemies, showing as little mercy
to their opponents as these frequencies do to the listener's ears.
Tons of grinding metal and beats deadly as rockets are the perfect
rendition to the monstrosities put in motion in this hypothetical
future. Get your fix of ultra harsh noise and listen in on the garbled
code of the Xenonics
K-30 units crushing synthetic life into the dust.
1. Terramek, 2. Disperse or we fire, 3. Dysplastoid, 4. Infiltrator,
5. The bloody sea, 6. G.m.a.s.
Mastered by Phil Easter for Malignant