And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl)

Labels: albumGrizzly BearWarp. Planet Mu has been looking ahead a lot this year so far so when I got a retrospective through the door it made me turn my head. This is a look back over the work of original jungalist innovator Bizzy B who pushed the hardcore sound into jungle territory way back in This is all coupled with massive sounding bass that shakes the living shit out of everything around you and rave-hoover synth lines. Listening to this compilation gets tiring, there is no let up what so ever and all the tracks use a very similar all be it killer template.

Some days I fucking love it and it has me bouncing off the walls and others it has me wanting to tear down the walls to get out of the room away from the madman relentless breaks. I mean you have retrospectives popping up from the likes of EL-B showing off the early garage innovations of the time all while Funky kicks off and being described as garage 2.

So Bizzy B seems to be a timely addition to the retrospective cannon in some ways at least. In that respect this is a brilliant reminder of that old skool energy. Labels: albumBizzy BPlanet Mu.

I originaly wrote this for the sublime Sonic Router but I thought I'd put it up here too as its so damn good plus I'm excited my 12" is on its way to me right now. Have some words Floatingpoints aka Sam Shepherd a composer and producer residing in London via Manchester has already made an impact on the thriving beat scene after only a handful of releases on labels like Eglor Records that he runs with Alexander Nut, R2 and now Planet Mu. He takes slanted 2-step and hip-hop beats, smeared synths and layers of mesmerising atmospheric electronic trickery coupled with some earth moving bass and that all important slice of soul that runs through all his work.

This is defiantly one of the most exciting sounds on the underground today Floatingpoints show how its done. Labels: 12"FloatingpointsPlanet Mu. Droning electronics sounding like long lost and re-tweaked dark techno classics make blistering shapes of noise, full of distortion. And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) is a controlled feel to all of this though, sure it sounds evil but its not evil unleashed with no boundaries.

The tempo keeps everything brooding and focused, imagine And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) zombie film as the creatures step to you at a shuffle getting closer and closer; the tension builds and just gets more terrifying as it goes on. Pulsing gnarly bass tones, trudge under some ear splitting rings and bleeps, as an unhealthy growl grows in-between. There are even riffs as you would expect from the album title, low slung dirty head banging riffs and all without the aid of a guitar… as far as I can hear anyway.

From oriental style twangs to ethereal pads that shine like something from out of space. The dark side of rock and electronics meet on Riffs to create a truly wonderful piece of work, Legion Of Two are a compelling group making a noise all of their own.

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The only name to trust' Worriedaboutsatan 'Jimi - whose enthusiasam for this remarkable genre is humbling - he say's "Now that's a single! Club Defcon Fibbers, York. Pro cassette, white cassette shell with double-sided 2 panel j-card. Layout by Vault Of Dried Bones. One of the war metal's best-kept secrets, Singapore's Nechbeyth unload their most potent arsenal yet in Coerce Creed. The power-trio's first new recording in three years, this EP exaggerates and then betters all the most violent and virulent aspects of their cult Blood.

Domination debut: nuclear-powered battery, cacophonous decibel-wreckage, red-eyed oblivion, total blackout metal. Five different steps into the furnace, all sealing your fate - Nechbeyth stake a claim for supremacy with Coerce Creed. Pro cassette, black cassette shell with double-sided 3 panel j-card and fold-out insert. The three song demo is now complete with an unreleased song, two rehearsal tracks and two cover songs previous to the demo's recording. Pro cassette, black cassette shell with 2 panel j-card.

Cover illustration by Nick Skinhead. Layout updated by Vault Of Dried Bones. And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) from Wellington, New Zealand, the ritualistic death doom legion Sabbatic Goat converged their warring energies into a highly charged union with Vault Of Dried Bones. Two new tracks and a cover of Black Witchery's "Into Damnation Eternal" is now unleashed on pro cassette.

The preview track "Flesh And Might" is a distinct manifestation of the merciless power behind the NZ four piece. Prolific and fiendish illustrator Seth Bennett handled the cold and calculated painting of Sabbatic Goat's emblematic demo cover. Abomination is upon us. Pro cassette, black cassette shell with double-sided j-card. Cover painting by Seth Bennett. The Iron Clan returns. Hailing from Italy, this 3 song EP marks their 4th studio recording. Recorded in one take without triggers, vocal effects or editing; Imposer reveal they are the epitome of pure, commanding death metal.

The ultimate Manifestation of Death. Pro tape, black cassette shell with double-sided j-card. Cover and layout illustrations by Daniele Lupidi. At 6 songs in 22 minutes, it's is an oppressive, hate-filled display documenting the bleak outcome of man. Features a 2 panel jcard, a double-sided poster and silver ink on black lb card stock slipcase. Cover by N. Keller, logo by Christophe Szpajdel and inner sigil by Alexander L.

Featuring members of Sylvus and Thantifaxath, the two piece have invoked a raw demo soaking with hypnotic riffs, dismal screams and pounding drums. Lacking only the scent of blood and burning wax of their live rituals, "Pestilent Black Sorcery" is conjured with memorable and entrancing song writing and lends much anticipation for a full-length album.

The background singers or cheerleaders on Be Aggressive are fun. They make me think of those girls that do that really fast rope skipping stuff.

Or maybe they're just there to take away from the tongue-in-cheek, or And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) I say the cock-in-cheek lyrics. Good one there, Mr. Roddy Bottum. Is it just me, or did we land in Japan with A Small Victory? This one is quite radio-friendly. The only other songs And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) interested me were Jizzlobber which, according to Mike Patton, is about his fear of going to prison again.

And ending the album with a fantastic rendition of the Commodores classic Easy brings this rollercoaster ride smoothly back into the loading dock. Everybody make sure you remember to take your valuables with you, thanks for riding the Angel Dust today. Till next time, keep rockin'! Roland Bearne : Ok, this is a solid Here is a band with ambition, musicality and massive imagination. We have metal, funk, industrial and er Dave Mustaine once said the metal was "like square dancing in a blender".

If you you jumped into FNM's blender you'd be square dancing, getting tripped out on opiate floral aromas, then getting the munchies on razor wire! I bought a numbered edition with the 12" single based on loving The Real Thing. Wow, was in for more of a treat than I expected. If there is a more madly imaginative and musically aware artist in the qua heavy arena then Mike Patton, I'm a dutch uncle!

Caught them in '92 at Wembley supporting Guns N' Roses. Roddy falling flat in his back mid song. Mike doing somersaults and landing on his back then climbing onto the gate of the huge crystal screen. But I digress, don't analyse this, just dive in! As an advert for Duracell batteries used to say, "no other battery looks like it or lasts like it"! I was pleasantly surprised by this one and like every song on And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl).

I will have to check out some others. Brett Deighton: The 90s was the period I started listening to more diverse music. This album came along at the perfect time for me. I loved how different their sound was and the diversity of the songs. Not every song did it for me but plenty of classic tracks. Still love this album today. Keith Jenkin : Brilliant album. This record and the corresponding live shows was for me where — for better or worse — the heavy rock scene changed forever.

Ian McNee : This album takes me back. Angel Dust? Anyway I bought this album kind of blind through the connection with other bands I was into. Pressed play. Land Of Sunshine! Wow, what an opener. Caffeinenice and heavy. Midlife Crisisyeah I know this one. I used to skip this one and play the rest. Adding one great tune to a great album is much better than the new Normal of adding 20 mins of meandering drivel. The rest of the album is more comfortable than those opening few tracks that really sets it up.

I loved this album, still do I guess but it is a bit of an odd one. Tony Coatsworth: First listen, I was appalled.

Continued listening, I think it's a masterpiece now. Magnificent album. Iain Macaulay : For a band that formed with the initial inspiration of trying to mix Killing Joke and PIL, this is the album that probably comes the closest to achieving that goal sonically speaking, if not the writing styles. The album is quite dense but flows with Idea after idea after idea, many which should not work commercially. Yet, they all result in making an album of more substance than the pop funk metal of the preceding The Real Thingwhich is also arguably a classic in its own right.

If tension can be a positive in the creative process, and artistic struggle, then this album is testament to it being necessary to achieve great results. But you would never know by listening to the album and hearing how complex the sonic palette is, something which would have needed a lot of collaborative effort to make work.

And what was created is a complete album listen from track one to thirteen, in the initial vinyl release. An hour that shows a band not playing it safe but revelling in creative expression.

There are obvious singles within, but the finished album comes out as more of a prog record, where you need to sit down and invest time to listen to it in a single sitting to get it, not dip in and out.

That is how the magic is released. That is where all the substance is discovered. Angel Dust is also the closest the band got to sounding in places like Mr Bungle too, probably due to Mike Patton getting a bigger hand in the creative process than on The Real Thing which had been completed musically before his arrival and lyrical input with off kilter rhythms and timings, disjointed riffs and schizophrenic voices that all hold together with enough melody and catchy ear worm pop sensibilities to make it an incredibly memorable listen regardless of its complexities.

And space. There is so much space between the individual instruments. Even when they are playing different parts in the one section. Not to mention some very inspired and quotable lyrics, particularly on Midlife Crisis. Not forgetting Be Aggressive. A big singalong for the straight audience espousing the joys of homosexual oral sex.

That's not to say Dead Revolution is without its slow-burners. Dead Revolution 's no musical slouch, that's for sure. I was trying some different writing methods and the results are To realize Dead RevolutionHammers of Misfortune altered the studio and studio personnel. The result is a warm, sharp sound that harkens back to productions like John Leckie's treatment of Pink Floyd 's Meddle or David Hitchcock's master work in Camel's Mirage. We used no auto-tune, no digital reverb, no amp sims, no simulated keyboards, practically no plug-ins.

It's pretty raw. If there's anything Cobbett is coy about, it's the lyrics to Dead Revolution. As with 17th Street - an album about "loss and endings" - so too Hammers of Misfortune 's latest, lyrically it's very personal. I live in San Francisco's Mission District, and have for over two decades.

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Dark Descent Records are the sole distributor of our CD releases. Trades for these titles should be directed to their website. Both extremely primitive and regressed, but highly unpredictable and experimental, Ceremonial Bloodbath's death metal is a place in which reference points and familiarity are nihl and set against the odds of complete insanity and chaos. With its barbaric riffs twisted and bent out of shape, its schizoid leads and diseased atmospheres, and an execution delivered with complete barbarism and deformity, Ceremonial Bloodbath have created one of the most inverted, hallucinogenic, crepuscular, and inhuman death metal absurdities that you will hear all year.

Includes 2 panel insert with album credits, lyrics, and artwork by Tim Grieco, G. Christofferson and Abomination Hammer. Vicious, warring death metal drenched in evil and executed with razor sharp and psychotic musicianship. As a debut album, Pestilential Rites of Infernal Fornication embodies everything in that's endeared WEREGOAT to diehards worldwide - gibbering intensity, gnawing simplicity, a catchiness that's nothing short of filthy, frequent probing of the corners of chaos - but here, both the production and performances have been stretched to a sterling, unsurpassable limit.

The mania with which WEREGOAT whip forth their foul fury befuddles comprehension; many bands dance around the idea of "ritual" - every fucking show now is called exactly that - but the trio sound truly possessed here. Likewise, no amount of nuance or nous is spared in the recording, as each detail across Pestilential Rites of Infernal Fornication is rendered in molten, mesmerizingly 3D tones; that very ritual surrounds you from all sides, and there is no escape.

Altogether, the album becomes both the musical incarnation of its desecrating cover and a further, forever-endless defilement of it: the beast of WEREGOAT has arisen to stalk its prey and slake its salacious appetite. Possessed and murderous black metal.

Wlad Drakksteim of Vlad Tepes vomits forth vocals throughout the entire album. Repellant and violent. In addition to the Recluse demo, the Frozen Blood demo and the new track Ropes, this release now includes two unreleased tracks - an intro and a cover of Vlad Tepes 'In Holocaust to the Natural Darkness'.

Previously containing a folded insert, the CD is now presented with a twelve page booklet. The compilation features most of the artwork from the CDr version seen on the Hooded in Oil release as well as expanded artwork and lyrics.

Arcane razors bleed the sky as the weeping chords that summon theta trances shimmer over raucous galloping nightmares. The pulse of black blood within the earth is exploited with disharmonious treachery, breaching the path of wholesome replenishment with humiliation and rape.

As the aboriginal body subverts the civilized rationale, so we are pushed by our unknown desire toward the dank crevices of Lilith's womb. Sorguinazia are shamanistic butchers of pseudo occult intellectualism, purveying pure cannibalistic black metal with preternatural fire.

Limited to copies on pro manufactured cassette using Cobalt high-bias tape. White matte shell without border or screws, red leader, with black ink print. Two panel double-sided jcard. If there's anything Cobbett is coy about, it's the lyrics to Dead Revolution. As with 17th Street - an album about "loss and endings" - so too Hammers of Misfortune 's latest, lyrically it's very personal. I live in San Francisco's Mission District, and have for over two decades. A little research into what's been going on here would explain a lot to the curious.

What Cobbett and the rest of Hammers of Misfortune are excited about - besides the long-awaited release of Dead Revolution - is getting out there and playing the new songs live. And maybe writing a new song or two. That would be excellent! Toggle navigation Hammers of Misfortune.

Wow, what an opener. Caffeinenice and heavy. Midlife Crisisyeah I know this one. I used to skip this one and play the rest. Adding one great tune to a great album is much better than the new Normal of adding 20 mins of meandering drivel. The rest of the album is more comfortable than those opening few tracks that really sets it up. I loved this album, still do I guess but it is a bit of an odd one. Tony Coatsworth: First listen, I was appalled.

Continued listening, I think it's a masterpiece now. Magnificent album. Iain Macaulay : For a band that formed with the initial inspiration of trying to mix Killing Joke and PIL, this is the album that probably comes the closest to achieving that goal sonically speaking, if not the writing styles. The album is quite dense but flows with Idea after idea after idea, many which should not work commercially.

Yet, they all result in making an album of more substance than the pop funk metal of the preceding The Real Thingwhich is also arguably a classic in its own right. If tension can be a positive in the creative process, and artistic struggle, then this album is testament to it being necessary to achieve great results. But you would never know by listening to the album and hearing how complex the sonic palette is, something which would have needed a lot of collaborative effort to make work.

And what was created is a complete album listen from track one to thirteen, in the initial vinyl release. An hour that shows a band not playing it safe but revelling in creative expression. There are obvious singles within, but the finished album comes out as more of a prog record, where you need to sit down and invest time to listen to it in a single sitting to get it, not dip in and out. That is how the magic is released. That is where all the substance is discovered. And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) Dust is also the closest the band got to sounding in places like Mr Bungle too, probably due to Mike Patton getting a bigger hand in the creative process than on The Real Thing which had been completed musically before his arrival and lyrical input with off kilter rhythms and timings, disjointed riffs and schizophrenic voices that all hold together with enough melody and catchy ear worm pop sensibilities to make it an incredibly memorable listen regardless of its complexities.

And space. There is so much space between the individual instruments. Even when they are playing different And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) in the one section. Not to mention some very inspired and quotable lyrics, particularly on Midlife Crisis.

Not forgetting Be Aggressive. A big singalong for the straight audience espousing the joys of homosexual oral sex. The U. Angel Dust also ended up selling more copies than The Real Thingyet that is the album they are most remembered for.

Just like the whole of this album is a hell of a ride. But a rewarding one. Through their career they have been called too heavy, to arty, too humorous and too experimental to be serious contenders or commercially viable yet, somehow it all works. And this, their most serious and ambitious album, is the one that gives the most on repeated listens after all this time because there is so much amazing music to soak up.

Paul Flewitt : Seminal album. Paved the way for bands like Korn to do what And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) did later.

Definitely influential, and there isn't a bad tune on the entire album. This is who FNM always were: you think you have them sussed, so they completely change the game they're playing. Kevin Miller : Just a phenomenal album. So much better than the one before it. This is one of those bands that other famous musicians stand on the side of the stage to watch at festivals. StuPop Huepow: Great album when it came And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl).

I remember inwhen rock seemed to be at an all-time low, Midlife Crisis was featured on one of the stations on Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and it was such a blast to hear it again, almost like a 'wow, not heard this in ages' moment, Rest assured, I started to dig out all my favourite gems again. Patton continues to amaze us to this day.

I don't know why, but I never got back to FNM. Until today. I love this album. It sounds so fresh and unique, and badass all the way through. I cant wait to vote on this one. I'm also ready to explore their whole back catalog.

Alex Hayes : So, the old adage is true. You really do live and learn. After all these years, it turns out that Faith No More are at least partly to blame. It closes the EP in a blissful fashion.

Kurtz have made a quality EP that goes from brutal to sublime with ease. The upbeat noisy punked up stuff brings some swaggering energy and the more ambient stuff offsets that and adds tension to create an interesting listen. Monday, 20 July Alpine. The six tracks showcased here sound like a trip through beautiful countryside on an early morning, the sun just rising as the subtle chords glide over you.

This coupled with a subtle use of field recordings and found sounds, which gives the pieces an out and about in the countryside sort of atmosphere somehow. Here we have music for late nights and early mornings, Alpine. Its compelling and beautiful, it just shines with a shimmering laid-back energy. Buy: Alpine.

Labels: Alpine. Dave Huismans is back with another slice of ; this one almost sneaked out with little notice after the fantastic Tectonic Plates Vol. Two tracks of pure fire are held on this disc. Love In Outer Space is defiantly THE one, fusing his love of techno sounds and super skippy grooves to create a monster. The skippy swung beat programming is something else, taking tight and punchy electro drums and twisting them out into strange new shapes.

This has to be one of the best tracks around right now. It may almost be techno but its still got that funk and swing with the added percussion bringing some flavour. Deep atmospheric synth lines keep things rolling as dubby tweaks and pulses finish the track off, its got this hypnotic feel for a real eyes down shuffle. Labels: 12", Tectonic. Thursday, 16 July Trim Freestyle. This is fucked, Trim slays it with Obese on a sick beat this is wetting my appetite for his forthcoming mixtape Monkey Features Vol.

Labels: FreestyleGrimeTrimvideo. Every track on here is a gem the drum workouts are something else they are all so punchy, rolling EL-B has a sick sense for a groove. The Neighbourhood remix often has me reaching for a rewind and singing along the bass drop is something else it really kills it after the jaunty piano licks, toasting and female vocals.

This really is the roots of something special. It shows the past and points to what came after, plus it will give you a head start as EL-B is still in the And Now We Wait - Legion Of Two - Riffs (Vinyl) and working on new material that sounds damn exciting. Labels: albumEL-BTempa. Skip to content. Black Lodge Records have been on a crusade to correct this, releasing remastered vinyl editions of each of their albums.

The band name is a challenge, though it is oddly memorable. The vinyl version to follow later. Holy hell, I suppose if you are going to be atmospheric black metal, how about truly sunsoaked and chasmic? I definitely felt like I blew it discovering it way after the fact.

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  3. "Legion Of Two is a new project from Dubliners Alan O'Boyle and David Lacey. It pits electronics against live drums and percussion for a very dark, dense and noisy dirge. Huge basslines, slow pounding drums and feedback dominate. Industrial, dub and metal influences are shredded through old guitar pedals and cheap reverbs and re-assembled into a driving and melodic .

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  5. Legion of Two playing "And now we wait" from the album "RIFFS" live at the blueskyservices.biz 10th Anniversary gig in the Twisted Pepper, Dublin.A Thumped & Pogo Gi.

  6. On the other hand, the polyrhythmic loop of And Now We Wait is traversed by a childish electronic chirp and a menacing distortion, Legion Of Two blends rumbling blues riffs, industrial emissions and sideral electronic drones, and the The oneiric dub of Palace is shaken by hissing electronics and shoegazing guitar before it disintegrates into fluttering nebulae of gentle tones.

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