Now that Whourkr's new "4247 Snare Drums" (adn158) can be pre-ordered, we've added no less than 5 audio excerpts from this album to its info page right here. And still, we know how much people like to get their audio from web 2.0 pages. Therefore, while those of you who care have been able to check this track out for a few days, here's the "Gastro-Equestre" track again, this time from the cloud (Official.fm and Soundcloud):
Harder, faster, more guitars, more growls. Whourkr is Igorrr's metal alter-ego, and "4247 Snare Drums" is this act's third full length album. The product of a painstakingly long recording process by a musician who is already seen as one of the hardest-working perfectionist in the scene, it is also a towering culmination of extreme metal run through equations, growls laid down mathematically, and guitars calculated for maximum efficiency. Polymorphous, violent, absurd but also extremely detailled, here comes the deadliest, ugliest and most precise sow-metal you could imagine.
Oyaarss's recent "Bads" album (adn159) has been very well received, and a lot of reviews have pointed how intense a live set by this artist must sounds like. While Oyaarss's shows are at the moment (too) sparse, we come today with something which should answer this question, in the form of a recording of the concert that Oyaarss gave during the "Border Breakers" festival in Milan, Italy, on April 7th.
This show, which contains a lot of tracks from "Bads" as well as from Oyaarss's previous discography, can be listened to in full here or right below. Sit back, click play and enjoy.
Focusing on Martina Astner's presence and voice and featuring some bunnies as surprise guests, it illustrates one of the first tracks of this album, and should give a good idea of what Underhill is about in this constellation.
Following "Vows & Promises", here's a second full video for a song off Larvae's new "Exit Strategy" album (adn160), this time for the title track. Tin Robots, heartbreaks, jealousy, Godzilla, movie theatres: what's not to love about this? Click below to watch Larvae's "Exit Strategy" video, enjoy it, and share it with your friends and fellow robots.
Almost nine years after the release of their debut "Monster Music" EP (adn28), Ad Noiseam is proud to present Larvae's fourth full length album, the deep and introspect "Exit Strategy" (adn160). This album, about which you can read more (or listen to) here, is now available on CD and as digital files. All pre-orders have been shipped and should be the hands of their owners.
Larvae's fourth album is a highly introspect and mesmerizing work which takes a step forward from the more electronic trilogy formed by "Fashion Victim", "Dead Weight" and "Loss Leader". An instrumental, solo work, it is a place where long strings and fragile melodies form a contemplative landscape and relegates the electronic beats to the backgrounc. An intense collection during which Larvae focuses on its most emotional and sincere side, here is a necessary album for introvert nights and profound, closed-eyes listening.
Another video for today, this time with the track "Fire" by Balkansky and Loop Stepwalker (off the "Fraktals" EP and "Adhesion" album) used in this short video against Germany's tabloid culture. Click below to watch cute little characters escaping the pages of a well known populist paper: