Boomkat Product Review:
Fortress Crookedjaw’s Black Mecha penetrate psychic defence systems with three tracks of intense mentation electronics published by their Internal Masonry wing. The project only grows stronger with each new release, and this set dispatches their briefest but most powerful transmissions since 2015, when they mutated from Wold into Black Mecha for The Death of Rave release of ‘AA’
Maintaining the inexorable momentum of their Counterforce  album, Black Mecha render their deadliest interplanetary forces in I Sent Sircle, a focussing mechanism for harnessing the power of hyperstition to its user. While many artists speak of a ritual or esoteric element to their lo-fi techno or rudimentary drones, Black Mecha’s alien alloy of elemental Black Metal elements with the purest intent of techno is testament to a genuine force of will, and packs the potential of a locked and loaded crossbow.
The monophonic pineal pinch of Mind Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Rumination seems to emulate the sickening effect of intergalactic travel and battered psyches with its torrid velocity and gut-churn turbulence sustained ’til the bitters. In its sub 2 minute life cycle, the invasive, babbling electronics and utterly burnt out techno chassis of Sigil Circle Cquare does exceedingly strange things to our squashed swede, before I Sent Circle charges the senses in the rarest way, delivering an electrifying jolt of ancient light as dense energy that plays our spine like a xylophone in the court of an interstellar warmonger.
Blindingly strong electronic music. Makes most everything else pale in significance, or at the very least shows it up as the preening vanities of stunted imaginations.