Here is next System Morgue’s return to DNA Production, this time as a split work shared with another Moscow-based project iatemyself.
In his two-tracks part System Morgue fills up air with guitar drones where vibrating, shivering consonances mix with heavy breathing pulsations, and fragmentary sonic images comprise a sickly acoustic illusion occasionally teared by sound upsurges of distorted guitar neurasthenia. Sometimes it looks like a drift towards areas of guitar noise but in fact it happens in iatemyself’s three-tracks part where jumble of electrical interferences and distorted sounds boils up. This dense and physically perceived sonic cloud presses ears with low-frequency waves while high-frequency bursts split and lumps together this uneasy acoustic mass making visible its parts and then stepping back for a moment to let see the whole panorama of enraged sonic elements.
- System Morgue – Mourir de ne pas mourir (10:50)
- System Morgue – Jours de pluie (14:11)
- iatemyself – Guess I’ve Been There Before (03:07)
- iatemyself – Syntony (11:56)
- iatemyself – Whotoldyouthat (05:49)
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