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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Review for Dead Body Collection - A Quiet Place To Kill from Steven Antoni

[Dead Body Collection: A Quiet Place To Kill, Hatred and War Records 2010] This releases comes in thick with a blasting barrage of crushing static wall noise,  ’A Quiet Place to Kill’ is a single track entitled “day of the maniac”, endlessly flowing in an unmoving and obsessive pattern. filling almost all 80 minutes on a single cd-r.  It starts the way it ends, as is true HNW fashion with brutal static texture scraping at your senses. The only way to describe this is as a turbulent static void filled with extremely tough wall textures. This truly is a little stronger than your average track as the textures come in thick jagged patterns of scraping style noise wall. It’s entire duration is a well satisfying meditative stasis that could be wholly enjoyed by total renounce of the senses and absorbing only its darkened static. Its dynamic forsaking nature is synonymous with that of the negatively accepted “void worship” wall noise which in many cases proves to be pure. As most of the early Dead Body Collection releases, this is one of those modestly packaged in a single sleeve with printed artwork released by Hatred and War records from Serbia.

This releases comes in thick with a blasting barrage of crushing static wall noise, ’A Quiet Place to Kill’ is a single track entitled “day of the maniac”, endlessly flowing in an unmoving and obsessive pattern. filling almost all 80 minutes on a single cd-r. It starts the way it ends, as is true HNW fashion with brutal static texture scraping at your senses. The only way to describe this is as a turbulent static void filled with extremely tough wall textures. This truly is a little stronger than your average track as the textures come in thick jagged patterns of scraping style noise wall. It’s entire duration is a well satisfying meditative stasis that could be wholly enjoyed by total renounce of the senses and absorbing only its darkened static. Its dynamic forsaking nature is synonymous with that of the negatively accepted “void worship” wall noise which in many cases proves to be pure. As most of the early Dead Body Collection releases, this is one of those modestly packaged in a single sleeve with printed artwork released by Hatred and War records from Serbia.

taken from:
http://meaninglessvoid.tumblr.com/post/8576646530/dead-body-collection-a-quiet-place-to-kill