Now that you have been mishandled, slapped and trampled by Whourkr's "4247 Snare Drums" album (adn158), we've been asked quite often what a live gig by this project from Igorr and Mulk could possibly look and sound like. Is it possible to re-create the sheer complexity, madness and weight of this album in a live environment? Are the guitars sampled? Is the singer a skinny, nerdy-looking guy? Fear not (or actually, fear more), as we present you here a whole live recording of "Arithmetic Punishment" shot recently in Rennes, France.
Igorrr on live guitars? Mulk out-pigging the audience? Here we are:
You can lisen to this mix here or below. Note that this shoudl also serve as a reminder that Enduser will perform live in Europe this Fall. We are still looking for gigs, and you can contact us or
if you want to organize something in your neck of the woods.
Since feedback has been extremely positive about "Karoshi" (which you can listen to again below) and today is Mr Ruby My Dear's birthday, here's a second excerpt from this album, the track "Monk's Dream". Listen to it here or click play below, enjoy, and get ready for this album.
It is here (or rather, they are here, the 4247 of them). Whourkr's new album, "4247 Snare Drums" (adn158) is officially out today, in all its absurdly complex, insanely hard and ridiculously detailled glory. The third album by this project by Igorrr and Mulk, this album is now available on all three formats: a gatefold, clear vinyl double LP (coming with the CD as a bonuc inside the sleeve), a digipack CD and as digital files.
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 two musicians who are already seen as some 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.
This is not an Ad Noiseam release, but that's no reason not to open your ears and listen to the new remix album by our good friends of Aucan. This Italian band debut, "Black Rainbow", was one of our favorite releases of 2010, and just got the remix treatment in this free follow-up, the modestly titled "Black Rainbow Remixes".
Featuring remixes by Ad Noiseam-partner in crimes Niveau Zero, Dälek and Scorn (check these tracks below), this remix album is now available for free on Aucan website here. You'll need to post something on Facebook, Twitter, or enter your email address, but this 2.0 nod is well worth it. In other words: click that link, download that remix album, and enjoy.