Moris Blak returns from his debut EP Dead Summer, and continues his reign in violently austere bass music. It's the precision of BPM sequenced dance fused with the bleak, grimy aesthetic philosophy of industrial, the roaring crunch and corrosive sharpness, all pumped through a synthetic heart of flickering neon and ash.
At The End of Exile marks a harsher, oppressive turn for Moris Blak, embracing methodical, crushing rhythms and an aura of distant mechanical malice. It's hard, cold music for an unforgiving world, and you will not escape its grip undamaged. From it's malefic title track, to the cruel sonic vortexes of Cataclysm and Fentanyl Hex, At The End Of Exile will pull you deeper into Moris Blak's unique vision of rhythmic decimation.
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Incredible auditory journey...
To me this sounds like the bastard child born of an orgy between KMFDM (minus the guitarist, who didn't show because of being in a strict monogamous relationship at the time), Lords of Acid, and Noise Unit. And that is meant as a high compliment.
So damn groovy!
And to answer the question, "what do you know of pain." Sadly, I know way too much and none of it the sexy kind of pain. Obstacle of Affliction
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There's some truly crispy remixes here.
Which makes me think about my long running argument that anything deep fried is going taste great.
Not sure if that applies here all that well but these tracks are fat, in deed.
Just hope I don't get atherosclerosis from listening to this. But most likely I will dislocate a hip instead. Obstacle of Affliction