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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Great review for Dead Body Collection -Stockings Bloody Stockings Part II by Roger Batty


“Stockings Bloody Stockings part II” sees highly prolific and deeply brutal Serbian based Dead Body Collection offering up a single just shy of eighty minute wall of rapid, extreme and moorish walled matter.

The first “Stockings Bloody Stockings” appeared in August 2010 on Italian based label Scorze Records, this second part appeared in mid November 2010. And unlike a lot of sequels this actually managers to better the original release. The first SBS featured two tracks- one great bass and static subtone wall that neared the forty minute mark, and a second less successful bass juddering track that came in at the thirty five minute mark. SBS part II offers up just one great unrelenting track of walled matter which is body pinningly brutal through-out and it’s damn moorish too.

The ‘walls’ built around a very rapid bass juddering that’s circled and surrounded by a crisp 'n' crusty static jitter. These two elements are relentlessly forced into each other in a wonderfully intense and out side world silencing manner- so the listeners feels like there been endless battered and brutalized by the thick and unbreakable eye of the storm. There is no real movement or shift with-in the 'walls' extreme and battering textures- from time to time one element may sound more battering or seared than the other, but I think this is just a sign of what a great ‘wall’ this than any real textural shift.

So “Stockings Bloody Stockings part II” is another highly intense, brutally thick and unrelenting slice of wallmaking from this highly prolific act. It’s no real departure from much of the projects other work, but this is certainly a damn fine example of what this project does best brutal, nasty and often moorish walled noise. If you already a fan of DBC I’m sure you have this already, but if you’re a newbie to the projects violent and grim charms then “Stockings Bloody Stockings part II” is a great place to start!

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by Roger Batty

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