Noise music is something you are either passionate for. or you loathe to the depths of your soul. I say this because too many artists not only sound far too similar, it almost sounds like they insult the audience by turning on a vacuum cleaner and try to call that “music.” It’s trash, nothing more. That trick only worked once with Duchamp, and all his followers merely pose, tarnishing anything good in art.
However, there is another angle to noise. That of the sculpted, patiently crafted sturm und drang which allows for musical or cinemtic influences to further enhance their compositions. This is what we get from our old friend Per Najbjerg Odderskov doing business as God Cancer, who are collaborating on this album with Noisesculptor, an artist from Germany who has his own impressive pedigree.
Expect harsh 50s B-movie-style soundtrack influences, lo-fi cassette rumblings and rather precise and engaging composing on each track. This is how noise should be done.