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Boomkat Product Review:
I guess you kind of know what to expect when you pick up a record branded by the hellish symbol of Providence upstarts Load records. The land of HP Lovecraft was clearly tainted by evil, and they've managed to keep up a steady stream of unholy noise for the last few years, the latest of which comes from mental Finnish freak-jazz combo Hetero Skeleton. On top of having a silly name, the band manage to make the sort of noise that literally brings tears to your eyes - I was weeping as I listened to the album's opening track 'La Oracion del Muerte, part 1' and a few minutes later my ears started to hurt. I don't see this as a bad thing mind you - I connected with the music, I felt it and I have the battle scars to prove it, not something you can say about the latest Snow Patrol single eh? Using a saxophone in ways it was never meant to be used and playing utterly f*cked up free-punk-gangsta-jazz these guys are the weirdos that crashed your quiet party and made you suddenly aware that you were alive again. It's decisive, polarizing, rude and occasionally somewhat evil and that's exactly why I like it. Lock your doors, tell everyone you've left the country and blast this at maximum volume, let the Hetero Skeletons out of your closet!! Destructive sh*t!