I'm having a bit of an industrial/electronica day today:
I loaded my industrial playlist and set it to random.
So I've had a mad mix of the likes of Ministry, Front Line Assembly, Skinny Puppy, KMFDM, Laibach, DAF, NIN, Gary Numan, Throbbing Gristle, Kraftwerk, Godflesh, Merzbow, Navicon Torture Technologies, Whitehouse, Zombie Nation, Venetian Snares, Boyd Rice/NON, Front 242 and Coil to name but a few this morning...
Mellowed out over lunch with a bit of Rondellus ('Sabbatum' - Black Sabbath covers played on medieval instruments, with vocals in latin...Amazing album!) and Rodrigo e gabriela's rendition of Metallicas 'Orion'.
Back to more industrial noise now...
The collected works of Jim Thurwell are on the menu for this afternoon (Foetus, Wiseblood etc.. )...Probably followed up by a bit of Berzerker in the car on the way home!
I'm currently listening to the unmistakable sound of tinnitus...
Everybody sing along if you know the words, come on you know how it goes. It goes:
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.... heh heh!
Funnily enough, unless my sense of pitch is out, it's currently ringing at somewhere around an e...Hang on no, it seems diatonic, is that a c I can hear below it? Wow, I've got high pitched chords going on in my head!!
With the pounding of my eardrums, this is starting to resemble some kind of wierd industrial noise track.... Like Merzbow, or Whitehouse... Aaagh, I can't stop analysing it now!
Methinks 'tis time to drown it out with something a little more musical before it sends me completely sideways!
Remember: If the music's too loud, you're not deaf enough yet!" - heh heh! ;)
Because the French know how to play real death metal, while being original if not avant garde, like how DM use to be back when it was still being defined in the late '80s/early '90s.
They even have solos! What bands actually does those, and not some breakdowns with a few squealing pinches?
This just makes me hate all the "random bi-polar melodic goth/emo sludge&thud pop core" crap bands of today, even more.