Out now: Wormskull's "Sound Of Hell" album
Monday, 20 June 2011 10:31

Wormskull - Sound of Hell - Ad Noiseam adn144

It's here! The waiting is over, the drilling of the Earth has finally reached its core, and the "Sound Of Hell" (adn144) is now out and available. This album is the first by Wormskull, the new incarnation of Jason Kohnen (best known over here as Bong-Ra), Defomer, Balazs Pandi (of Blood Of Heroes and often drumming for Merzbow and Otto Von Schirach) and Eni-Less (Deformer's turntablist), and it's out for your sanity.

A full frontal sonic assault tapping from years of experience in the metal and electronic scenes to come up with a high-energy, moshpit-packing result, Wormskull's "Sound Of Hell" is an album of heavy riffs, complex drumming, electronic arrangements that have their roots in Bong-Ra's breakcore.

Click here for more information and audio excerpts, there to get this album on vinyl (with the CD added to the sleeve), CD or digital.

Free Wormskull promo mix (from Hell)
Friday, 17 June 2011 17:31

Wormskull - photography by Svarta.pl

Friday Freebie: as the release date of Wormskull's "Sound of Hell" draws dangerously close (remember, pre-orders are taken already), Bong-Ra has prepared a free album mix which intends at showcasing in a few minutes the fury, darkness and madness of this album. The tracks are switched pretty quickly, but it should get a good idea of what this "Sound of Hell" is about.


More, you say? You can check out some sound samples over here, but you can also already listen to two full tracks below. It is very real indeed.

Pre-order the new Wormskull, King Cannibal and Hecate records.
Thursday, 16 June 2011 18:45

new Wormskull, King Cannibal and Hecate records fresh out of the press

 You wouldn't really have thought that we had put all on energy on Ad Noiseam's 10th birthday celebrations since the label's latest release, The Teknoist's "Trainwreck Magnetism" back in April, would you? There were a couple of months of pause between releases, but the time has come to announce the imminent publication (and the immediate possibility to pre-order them) three new very awaited new items on Ad Noiseam.

First comes "Sound Of Hell", the shattering, loud and in-your-face début album by Wormskull, the all-star project founded by Bong-Ra, Deformer and Balazs Pandi (of Merzbow and Blood Of Heroes fame). Coming on all formats (LP with CD added to the sleeve, digipack CD and digital), this album sees Bong-Ra and friends pursue yet another style, mixing metal, jungle and breakcore in an insidious way. More information here / pre-orders there.

Next is the release (finally) of King Cannibal's first EP for Ad Noiseam, "All The Colours Of The Night". This well known producer graces us with a 12" in which he remixed Bong-Ra and got to collaborate with Dead Fader, Machine Code and Krumble for some varied but bassy and pristine material. More information here / pre-orders there.

Finally, we're happy to welcome a 100% female act on the label, after all these years, with the new 12" (and the return to wax) of Hecate with her "Brew Hideous Remixes" EP in which tracks from her latest album get remixes by White Darkness (a.k.a. Bong-Ra), Amboss, Slutmachine and Vile Enginez. Expect some dark, noisy breakcore on this one. More information here / pre-orders there.

We'll let you read further by exploring the various links, but remember: if you pre-order your record, CD or digital files, you're also getting a rebate. The early bird catch the worms for less money. Act fast.

King Cannibal - All The Colours Of The Night - adn140
Thursday, 16 June 2011 09:21

King Cannibal - All The Colours Of The NightThe night has roared, and now has many colours and shades on King Cannibal's most varied record to date. From this established producer's insidious remix of Bong-Ra's "Come Out To Play" or Machine Code's anthemic and furious version of "Dirt" to the more laid back and melodic remixes by Krumble and Dead Fader, this EP is an accurate snapshot of what King Cannibal is about: not only can he pack a dancefloor, but he also delivers gentle tunes or impressive beatwork. King Cannibal has a posse, an untamed, diverse one.(get this on 12" / as digital files)

Hecate - Brew Hideous Remixes - adn143
Thursday, 16 June 2011 10:32

Hecate - Brew Hideous Remixes - Ad Noiseam adn143Truth through diversity: Hecate breaks a long period of silence with an EP on which four of her closest collaborators get to remix and mash up material from her "Brew Hideous" album. From the fast paced breakcore of the Amboss and Vile Enginez remixes to the solemnity of the White Darkness (a.k.a. Bong-Ra) and Slutmachine ones, Hecate's music gets revealed and amplified under each of its aspect. Let is be heard that the reigning queen of breakcore is back, not alone, and with a vengeance. (get this on 12" / as digital files)

Wormskull - Sound Of Hell - adn144
Wednesday, 08 June 2011 18:48

Wormskull - Sound Of Hell - Ad Noiseam adn144First, Wormskull is an all star band formed by Bong-Ra, Deformer, Balazs Pandi and Eni-Less. But it's also a full frontal sonic assault that taps from years of experience in the metal and electronic scenes to come up with a high-energy, moshpit-packing devil of an album. Don't believe what you were told: it's not a team of Soviet scientists who recorded the sounds of hell, but a quartet of angry, experienced musicians who love their metal dark, their beats punishing, and their atmospheres abysmal. Heavy riffs, complex drumming, electronic arrangements that have their roots in Bong-Ra's breakcore: Wormskull is nothing for the weak of heart. (get this on LP + CD / on CD / as digital files)

Souvenirs from Paris, in interview, videos and articles.
Friday, 03 June 2011 18:10

10 Years Ad Noiseam - Paris / Batofar - June 1st, 2011

The 4th Ad Noiseam 10th birthday party took place a couple of nights ago at the Batofar in Paris, and was an incredible experience: a boat packed from wall to wall, moving along the non-stop dancing, long queues at the door, and an awesome, friendly and very supportive atmosphere to go on with excellent sets from all the participating artists. Again: thanks to all those who made this event possible. Next stop on July 9th in Beirut, Lebanon.

There are a lot of souvenirs from this party: first two articles about the parties, first on Spot Mag and then on Modern Zeuhl (both in French), and below are an audio interview with yours truely for Tours's Radio Beton (about 20 minutes of the why, how and what of Ad Noiseam) and videos of live sets by Igorrr, Matta, Balkansky & Loop Stepwalker and Niveau Zero. This will hopefully bring a smile back to all those of you who attended this event, and motivate the others to come to the forthcoming parties of the kind (we'll have an announcement about this soon), and this is all behind the cut.

More Utrecht birthday goodness with videos of Niveau Zero live.
Tuesday, 31 May 2011 11:40

Niveau Zero live

More sweet souvernirs of the very recent 10 Years Ad Noiseam birthday party in Utrecht (NL) last week-end: you already could listen to the whole set by Funckarma, and you can now watch two videos of Niveau Zero rocking the crowd (like a hurricane) with his mixture of broken dubstep, metal-attitude and acute stage experience.

Both videos are below the cut. Note that you should check out the Ad Noiseam live dates to see when Niveau Zero is playing in your neck of the woods. Special messages to everybody in Paris: the man is part of the line-up of the 10 Years Ad Noiseam birthday party tomorrow at the Batofar in Paris.

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