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Boomkat Product Review:
Deeply unsettling electro-acoustic alchemy from Rehberg, Nemec and Schachinger in their 2nd side for Blackest Ever Black: 'Crack'.
Panning the palette of their previous LP, 'Licht', for traces of precious and heavier metals, they transcend the primordial murk to glimpse more disturbed zones of dull ferrous gloom pierced with reactive electronic tones and unpredictably undermined by Christina Nemec's O'Malley-esque bass guitar sinkholes. 'Spalt' opens with something approaching a protean form of kosmiche from a parallel galaxy, convulsing radioactive materials that fuse and transmute in mid-air between black metal and ambient noise with acousmagique.
'Riss' follows, inverting the schematic to sound like material dissolving and dispersing, scanning the kosmic waves for information from milliseconds after the big bang while seemingly diffusing and manipulating its massed, ancient energy into slithering, notional forms and abstract shapes with a unique conception of its own time. Most impressive of all, is the three-part, 16-minute 'Bruch I-III' where all those ideas collide, buckle and calve in a microcosmos of gravity-defiant masses birthing the kind of electronic gremlins that scuttled thru the most alien regions of Coil's catalogue, before arching up monolithic guitar chords eaten away by vicious micro-dub infections.