Yeah, the early works pound nicely. I second Skin Chamber, especially if you like Swans' Cop. Both SC albums end with some serious harsh noise.Cochino wrote:Yeah, I've read that early PitchShifter was supposed to be good.
Yeah, I listened to Streetcleaner more than once and still couldn't get into it. Thanks for all those other reccomendations, I'll check them out and comment if I liked any of them.Noisenik wrote:how about TREPONEM PAL, early KONG, MALHAVOC, SCORN (Vae Solis), SOULSTORM (Darkness Visible), GIGANDHI, maybe even OPTIMUM WOUND PROFILE and DEAD WORLD.
Regarding GODFLESH, I suggest you start with Streetcleaner, specifically with track 'Like Rats', then spiral, one before, one after, repeat, than repeat again, then one before one before and the one after the one after, and so on.
and if you wouldn't like CANDIRU, I don't know what else to offer you.
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Bloodstar were way ahead of their time! '' Dawn'' sounds like Doom/Death Metal to me and ''Ten Thousand Years'' makes me think of viking-era Bathory.Herkus Monte wrote:My experience with this subgenre is next to none: I heard a Godflesh song in a radio many years ago and did not like it at all.
I like Bloodstar, that is labelled as industrial, but I am not certain whether it actually belongs here. To me it sounds like if Hawkwind switched to playing speed/thrash, and that in turn sounded really interesting to me.
Lyrically and atmospherically yes, although I find them quite listenable, as opposed to most of modern things. How about FETISH 69 and Lo Flux Tube era OLD LADY DRIVERS?ION BRITTON wrote:I am not very knowledgeable on this genre, from what I've heard so far Streetcleaner is the undisputed king. One of the most misanthropic and nihilistic recordings that have ever reached my ears... You breed... Like rats...
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