Ephemeron - _Ephemeron_
by: Adrian Bromley (4 out of 5)
This is one band I truly enjoy receiving material from. Plus getting a free t-shirt with the band demo helps get me motivated more - but honestly folks, I really dig these guys. Look at past Unrestrained! issues and scope out a review or two on this band. It rocks! Distorted noise and feedback permeates throughout the self-titled demo in large quantities as main man, sole designer and noise enthusiast Jon Apgar has done a killer job here, forcing odd and deafening takes on noise into our brains. Passive at times, but easily shifting to distorted hell at the flick of a switch. An eerie feeling falls over the material for the most part and you, the listener, are taking on a ride into the depths of Apgar's twisted, yet creative, world of noise. Fans of Merzbow, Dead World and even Blunt Force Trauma will be into this massive consumption of noise. Proving once again that noise can create emotions, Apgar sets the tone early on and you better buckle up (how cliche?) 'cause it's gonna be a bumpy ride. Great stuff.

Contact: EPHEMERON c/o Scratch Bladder Production

(article published 1/1/1998)

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