Monday, April 13, 2009

Stravinskij Stravinski Stravinsky etc.

Sepoe, I'm sorry this took 3 years.

For all the rest of you, this is one of the most influential and controversial pieces of 20th century music, The Rite of Spring by Stravinsky, conducted by the masterful Boulez. This is definitely one of the best versions out there, and the label is Deutsche Grammophon, so you know the sound quality is going to be good too. Petrouchka is also included, not as mindblowing as The Rite of Spring (to me, anyways), but still worth a listen.

Monday, April 6, 2009


Stop listening to Times New Viking and listen to some real noise rock.
The band is called Rapeman what more do you want

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Gnaw Their Tongues

Gnaw Their Tongues have an EP named after the Japanese cannibal Issei Sagawa. But let that bring into your mind not kitschy drawings made by preteens bored in math class. This band is not the zombie with the rocket launcher arm that shoots chainsaws.
It is the sound of Hell.
This album is called ...Spasming and Howling, Bowels Loosening and Bladders Empyting, Vomiting Helplessly...
Seriously, it's black metal, dark ambient, and noise, what else would you expect?

If you liked Nahvalr, check this out.
I hated Nahvalr, so even if you didn't, check this out.

P.S. Yes that's a typo in the title, it's Empyting, not Emptying.