Post Tagged with: "Malignant"

Wet Nurse. & Ten Thousand Miles Of Arteries :: Split (Malignant)

Fans of death industrialism and merciless power electronics from Brigther death now, IRM to Megaptera, Genocide Organ, Atrax Morgue will find here a warmly recommended release. Malignant Records are back with monthly releases of subterranean, blasting and blackened experimental music. I will focus on the split album by two very obscure and underground projects Wet […]

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Dødsmaskin :: Fullstendig Brent (Malignant)

Fullstending Brent is a very sinister, scary and haunting cinematic black and doom ambient release that will easily seduce most demanding fans of the genre. To be placed next to infernal and massive power electronic releases by Megaptera or Brither Death Now. Hailing from Norway this project is totally new for me. Thematically the album […]

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Monocube :: The Rituals (Malignant)

The stylistic range navigates between wandering ghostly cinematic soundscapes, ritualistic and doom ambient. The Rituals is his third full length release, welcomed by Malignant Records. Monocube is a young project hailing from Kiev, formed by the sound designer Andrzej Gladuszewski. The stylistic range navigates between wandering ghostly cinematic soundscapes, ritualistic and doom ambient. The Rituals is his […]

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Igloo Magazine :: Best of 2016

While other sites might fight to get 1000s down to 50 or 20, at Igloo HQ we’ve refused to don the hair shirt of reducing respective contributor lists to a consensual singularity, in favour of doing justice to diversity via lists that range far and wide, and a congruent preference for letting their multiplicity simply […]

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Gnawed :: Pestilence Beholden (Malignant)

This Minneapolis based project carries on the path of uncompromising and solidly harsh noisy experiences. The soundscaping vein is utterly bleak, apocalyptic with massive industrial sections, droned-out textures and brutally black ambiences. With a release of a handful of tapes under a DIY approach Gnawed remains faithful to the rigorous underground tradition of the industrial-power […]

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V/A :: The Echoing Black (Kalpamantra)

A recommended malicious industrial, noisy and cinematic ambient album and a quite effective post-apocalyptical soundtrack for your dark reflective moments. Kalpamantra is an active net-label since 2009 and specialized in blackened, noisy, tellurian and demonic  ambient music. Founded by musical journalist Steven D Williams (second manager at Malignant Records) Kalpamantra is exclusively devoted to digital […]

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Phragments :: All Towers Must Fall (Malignant)

With its dark trumpet call and thundering bass frequencies the opening theme introduces the listener in a malevolent and adventurous sound ritualism absorbed by nightmare like hallucinations and shimmering darkness. Already part of the almighty and indispensable Malignant Records with two releases respectively published in 2008 and 2013, our favorite Slovakian figure of epic blackened […]

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Ionophore :: Sinter Pools (Malignant)

Sinter pools is a dark, ethereal and glitchy electronic album with moments of thrilling aspirations and post-modern inspired sound morphologies. A good musical discovery which demands several listening sessions before it could be fully appreciated. Based in San Francisco, Ionophore is an isolationist, noisy and eclectic experimental ambient trio formed by Jan Hendrich (a.k.a. Qepe), […]

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Aderlating :: Hell Follows (Black Plague Productions)

An epic soundtrack which explores the dark era of faith and which shows a fascination for the fantastic, the strange and the existential decay. Two years after the mighty, shadowy and deep atmospheric Gospel of the Burning Idols, the post-industrial electronic duet Aderlating is back with a 5th full length release signed one more time […]

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Kristoffer Oustad :: Filth Haven (Malignant)

An ultimate bleak, demonic and epic soundscaping inferno. Filth Haven is the first full length release published by the Norwegian Kristoffer Oustad under his own name. In the past Oustad has offered several albums and compilation works under the moniker of Kristoffer Nyströms Orkester (a power industrial duet formed with Peter Nyström of Megaptera) and […]

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Sphäre Sechs :: Enceladus (Malignant)

Darkly and metaphysically vibrant sonorous pearl that enthralls the listener. After a first and highly noted release, Tiefschlaf, released in 2012 via Malignant Records, the experimental deep drone based duet (Christian Stritzel & Martin Stürtzer) is back with a new and blackened hypnotic ambient release. Playful, sonorous and guided by voluptuous, enveloping string movements, the […]

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Leila Abdul-Rauf :: Insomnia (Malignant)

A tremendous collection of sonorous dreamscapes populated by delicately transporting visions, moods and feelings. After three sumptuously soothing and cinematic ambient-goth releases, including one opus in collaboration with Tor Lundvall, Leila Abdul-Rauf is back with a new release published by the essential Malignant imprint. The musical style offered on Insomnia is relatively similar to the […]

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Theologian :: Pain Of The Saints (Malignant)

Theologian carries on the construction of complex, harsh, assaultive and mystical sonic soundscapes. Theologian is an iconic post-industrial and transcendental noise project founded by Lee M. Bartow. Notable materials have been signed on crucial blast, annihilvs. On a conceptual level the whole Theologian music universe is surrounded by a dynamic system of symbolical references, from […]

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Hall of Mirrors :: Altered Nights (Malignant)

Tumultuous and hell-ish dronescapes which savagely rising and rumbling from distant supernatural seas. An unique musical signature which reinforce the magnetic potentiality of corrosive-aggressively noisy droning frequencies in usual amorphous bleak soundscapes. [Release page] Hall of Mirrors is an experimental-subterranean droning project formed by Giuseppe Verticchio (Nimh) and Andrea Marutti (Never Known, Amon, Sil Muir…). Their […]

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