HNW disturbances from Serbia
Project name: Dead Body Collection
Project member: Dr Alex
Birth: August 16 2009
Death: April 20 2016

Contact: fromfuneralskies @ yahoo.co.uk
Bandcamp: http://deadbodycollection.bandcamp.com
Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Dead+Body+Collection
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One more great review for Dead Body Collection - Dental Butchery from Steven Antoni

[Dead Body Collection “Dental Butchery” Cdr on Vomit Bucket Productions] “Dental Butchery” possesses one of the most interesting textures i have heard from a harsh noise wall. It is a deep spark like crunch with a repetitive rolling rumble and attributed bass. The way it comes out of speakers is incredible as this texture is very unique. Powerful and loud, mid-paced with a mortar like repetition unlike previous works and later works have also not shown this style employed again as far as I’ve been following. The mood of the wall is not so strong or gloomy as most walls tend to be and the lack of air between static could be responsible for it since it is more similar to the minimalistic static crackling seen not so often thus making it an interesting piece. The packaging is incredibly simple Xeroxed artwork on red paper, but for what it is it hardly matters that the packaging is so uninspired as the content is enjoyable enough to overlook the packaging even if it came in the utmost professional manner. Definitely worth seeking for anyone interested in unique wall making.

“Dental Butchery” possesses one of the most interesting textures i have heard from a harsh noise wall. It is a deep spark like crunch with a repetitive rolling rumble and attributed bass. The way it comes out of speakers is incredible as this texture is very unique. Powerful and loud, mid-paced with a mortar like repetition unlike previous works and later works have also not shown this style employed again as far as I’ve been following. The mood of the wall is not so strong or gloomy as most walls tend to be and the lack of air between static could be responsible for it since it is more similar to the minimalistic static crackling seen not so often thus making it an interesting piece. The packaging is incredibly simple Xeroxed artwork on red paper, but for what it is it hardly matters that the packaging is so uninspired as the content is enjoyable enough to overlook the packaging even if it came in the utmost professional manner. Definitely worth seeking for anyone interested in unique wall making.

by Steven Antoni

taken from:
http://meaninglessvoid.tumblr.com/post/3024761172/dead-body-collection-dental-butchery-cdr-on