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Navicon Torture Technologies saw its first official release in August of 1997, in the form of "Amalgam: A Collection of War Poems", a split CD featuring lo-fi ambient noise and power electronics from NTT along with Negative Eight, a genre-bending electronic side project of the grind/industrial band Negativehate, whose members happened to live just around the corner from NTT frontman Lee Bartow (who would come to be known as "Leech"). As an outlet for this release, and with the… read more

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  • Avatar for Shru
    The music is very interesting, but I probably could do without those Dr. Who & The Hunger Games references.
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  • Avatar for NGC_7009
    Holy fucking insane [ 2 ]. And I like it.
  • Avatar for ShmoofingFabsee
    Just listened to The Church of Dead Girls. Well that was fucking terrifying.
  • Avatar for Bendingdream
    The last 10+ minutes of " When I Had Cut It Enough, It Didn't Look Like A Woman Anymore" must be one of the best things that ever happened to music... Lying in total darkness, between two speakers and turning on the volume to the max for that gorgeous drone is more calming than any benzo, k- hole or horse trip I've ever done. Bliss
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    Pantyhose and Lighter Fluid At the Foot of a Shallow Grave. I want more song titles like that
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    "Black Jewish Nazi". NTT definitely seems to be on the side of the outkast
  • Avatar for BleedingkillC
    Holy fucking insane
  • Avatar for RedArmada
    Yes, it does
  • Avatar for Hexoctahedron
    RedArmada, thank you for your little advice. I hope the presence of Limp Bizkit in my Top 10 made you feel superior.

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