13 Feb 2009, 06:10 by adrenocandyIf you believe truly great hardcore horror-electro-industrial died with Skinny Puppy's Too Dark Park, you're wrong. Ladies and gentlemen, this is not going to help you sleep at night: Atropine. Download everything. And check out related acts Mauled By Sloths and Epilektrician. These two do not have the EBM-elements of electro-industrial Atropine but are (even) more experimental in nature. I want to argue that practically all good music challenge conventional structure, but Mauled By Sloths has given up structure completely. Staying inside the norwegian industrial/experimental/noise/somethingsomething-scene for a little while, there are Gird_09 and Batcheeba, for those with the stomach to digest them. If you can deal with that, try Tyranium, a familiar of mine on Trondheim-based Out of Records, who at the moment is "selling out" through his more accessible nightmare Blasfist. Yes, we're back to stuff you can actually dance to.
11 Dec 2008, 00:21 by adrenocandyThe Order of Her Ethic has just released its first full-length album. It's called The Overwhelming Unnecessity of Everything and is available for free here on last.fm. We figured we would have to delay our first album with vocals and structure, Skyclad 'till January, so our first album turned out to be a rather experimental one. I've written a lenghty description of the album on the album page, if anyone's interested.
Below you will find links to the tracks as 256kbit mp3s. If they don't work, check back later. You can still listen to the tracks here on last.fm.
doLL (adrenocandy remix)
ad Vent Medicine
Gag on This (Designer Substance)
Can Nobel Kill Them?
The Overwhelming Unnecessity of Everything
By the way, Epilektrician and Mauled By Sloths have just uploaded a bunch of fantastic tracks to last.fm. Check'em out!