For those of you, my friends, who were avid readers of my previous blog, A Miscellany Of Tasteful Music, among the musicians I was proud to champion was Destruktionsanstalt, whose works were featured at this link. I’m pleased to say that Per Najbjerg Odderskov has a fresh release under that monicker, splitting it with a project which is new to me in Cyanosis. The first two tracks from from Destruktionsanstalt, and unlike many noise bands, there is a nearly surgical focus on both tracks. The pummeling noise fest has a vibe utterly indebted to the masters, especially early period-Throbbing Gristle and a name not mentioned enough these days, Maurizio Bianchi (M.B.), whose work always reminded me of the more frightening side of documentary, clinical music of the experimental variety.
Cyanosis was a pleasant surprise for me. Not quite as noisy, the track they offer is crunchy, yet has a cinematic air to it. I look forward to learning more about them.
Much respect to Marbre Negre, a newer label out of Reus, Spain, which specializes in dark ambient releases. They’ve left quite a good impression.