Boomkat Product Review:
Now this is more like it! If you've been a little dismayed by the lack of industrial noisy crunch dripping out from the cracks at Planet Mu HQ recently then look no further, Dr. Kohei (aka Guilty Connector) is ready to assault your eardrums and place dirty fish-hooks into your brain bits. I don't know about you but I have a real soft spot for extreme Japanese horror films - you know the kind, we've had a few break out into the mainstream - Audition being the most obvious. These are usually twisted, sadistic and Godless pieces of 'to-the-limits' body horror - eye gouging, torture and pain being focal points. However there's always something amiss with these films, they tend to be accompanied by the most mundane and least horrific music you could ever come up with - I mean, what are they thinking? Now this is where Guilty Connector comes in... his defined brand of frightening noise sounds exactly like a Japanese exploitation horror flick - metallic clunks rattle, screeches echo out around metallic boxes and electronic drones burble and scratch like mutated animals trapped in the bowels of hell. I mean, you could almost forget the visuals altogether, 'Beats, Noise and Life' certainly has enough grit to make even the most liberal censor think twice about making tasteful edits. Crushing, sickening and probably very bad for your hearing - a guilty pleasure!