These two purveyors of fine Finnish filth have collaborated many times in the past (recommended “Assisted Self-Sterilization” on Freak Animal) and this unholy partnership continue to flourish today . Älä Tee Huorin is the final documentation as separate entities and it was released like double tape in a white double poly box on Filth & Violence and Untergeschoss in only 54 copies and now available for the first time in vinyl edition.
Side A include the two tracks on original tape one. It begins with a live collaboration of the two projects did in Birmingham UK on August 2, 2008. This one starts off with a substance of bottom dense mechanical roar scattered by contrived vocal screams. Then a shift towards doom-tronics, solid and asphyxiating. Second track was a mail collaboration and more affiliated to the noisiness you've come to expect from these two, feedback, screams and pedal insanity. The whole thing liquefies into total lo-fi pandemonium.
The two tracks on second tape are on side B and gives each artist a track of their own. First is Bizarre Uproar with an untitled track. This is just what you'd expect from Pasi, feedback and vocal abuse. BU track have a way of surpassing “just noise” and take on freakish rhythm all their own. Gelsomina owns the second and final track. “Scenes From Ballard” begins like some madness noise orchestra warming up. About the 5 minute mark the track kicks into overdrive with slow, pounding junk noise, pulses of feedback and what sounds like a contact mic straight to the throat and filtered vocals. The whole track is plodding, demonic and cold.
Lp has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 99 copies w/insert in color hard paper (replica of original insert). All package in a clear plastic sleeve to protect double Lp, cover and inserts from dirt, shelf wear and damage.
Lp has been pressed on 140 gr black vinyl with black label and black inner sleeve and comes in a deluxe silver silkscreen on black cardboard sleeve, limited to 99 copies w/insert in color hard paper (replica of original insert).