4 Ene 2011, 18:38

What is "sketchgrind"?

In the end, it's just grind.

c/p from Cephalochromoscope:

"鞠螺千世 (KiKurachiyo) no. 2, much faster and noisier and goddamn sketchy (open the blue schematic above for the tracklist counting ten minutes & forty-four seconds). I can't promise that you'll like it, even if you liked Satan Samurai ¤REC Pirate Force, 'cause, while it's still punk as fuck, it has gone a bit into the abstract and came to be with a somewhat specific approach in the first place, one that we dubbed "sketchgrind" ('cause I'd rather use a term made-up a bit less predictably than post-grind, hahaha... just kidding). Specifically, what if one could play / act-out grind in stream of consciousness, much like writers such as Woolf, Kerouac, Faulkner attempted, or, perhaps much more similarly, what the alleged surrealist application of "automatism" claimed to apply (e.g. Breton). I mean - in regard of using a blank piece of paper, the page of some notebook, as the point upon which one can develop / form and develop expression - what if one's canvas was... the blastbeat?"

It's all a bit irrelevant, though, 'cause the description happens after the sound. I don't advertise my own shit much, but I like what we did and a few people gave the sort of (Discordance-Axis-fanboy) feedback that I appreciate. The noise is free for download, anyhow.

Relevant bands, fans of which might enjoy this whole deal: Discordance Axis Liturgy Swarrrm Usurp Synapse Gang of Four Swans Gridlink Noisear Damage Digital Jesus Egg Hypoptalasias Atka Worlds Gate Šarlo Akrobata Mortalized


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