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

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Great review for Dead Body Collection - Nosocomephobia from Roger Batty

This CDR release from this Serbian HNW project takes it’s name from the extreme fear of hospitals, and fittingly Dead Body Collection offers up two twitching, clinical & relatively stripped( by DBC standards) edgy static studies or slices of taut/ nightmarish ANW.

Opening up the disc we have the 24.34 of “First Symptoms”. This track starts off being built around a web of thin static tone- which takes in jittering & skipping static tone. Underneath this is a line of nervous yet highly contracted & un-reeling juddering tonality, which feels like it's a flattened & compacted bass tone.  At the 8.25 mark these muffled, reverb lined & slowly colliding hollow clunking tones appear, and these create a nice intense/ enclosing vibe. As the track  progresses these tones seem to  multiple & haze together to cause this dizzying & disorientating feel- also towards the end the tones seem to become more violent & rapid in there feeling as if ones panic is getting more & more. The track exits with a fading mass of  metallic like clunking tones.

Track two is entitled “Second Symptoms” and comes in at 17.01 mark. And this track starts off being built around a clinical yet suddenly jerking mass of jittering rain storm like static. Once again there’s a compressed bass tone buried deep in the ‘wall’, and it also has that unreeling quality once again- but this time the tones less noticeable & the static textures are a lot tighter in their feel. As the track progresses the ‘wall’ seems to get more sluggish & enclosing. At around the 7th minute the compressed bass tone seems to become more noticeable as the static rain pulls back slightly- the compressed bass tone has a nice worn machine like juddering feel about it now. As time goes on the static textures seem to thin down more & they start take on a slow vinyl like crackle, but there is the odd sudden deviation in the pattern which keeps you nicely on the edge. Also the compressed tone seems to start the drag & slow too. At the 14.45 mark the track just thins down to a great brooding 'n' slightly shuffling compressed bass tone- this is very constricting in it’s feel and has an  great ominous edge to it, making you almost want to look over your shoulder to make sure no-one is standing behind you.

So “Nosocomephobia” finds DBC departing from his normal bass bound intense & fixed brutal HNW attacks, for more taut & tense static work-outs. This is well worth a look if your in the mood for more claustrophobic ANW.

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by Roger Batty

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