:Slogun: - _The Pleasures of Death_
(Death Factory, 1998)
by: Adrian Bromley (5 out of 10)
Imagine, if you will, a world in which your TV set was on full volume, stuck on the "static" channel, and some weirdo was communicating through your TV set with distorted vocals. Sometimes laughing, sometimes chanting gibberish. Sometimes he's even using voice effects to make his voice stop n' start and seem so haunting. Now repeat this for eight songs, clocking in at almost 60 minutes of pure noise. Pretty scary shit, eh? Think of this as Poltergeist noise music. It's fucked and creepy to boot. But it's also one-dimensional and boring for the most part. Only for those that -TRULY- worship noise music.

(article published 1/9/1998)

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