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Boomkat Product Review:
Augmented reissue of a seriously dank industrial blister by Zahgurim - a TOPY-affiliated unit with a chilling line in bare bones drum machines and dubbed-out, headless voices, who would later become Left Hand Right Hand.
First released by Berlin Atonal’s label, Moral Rearmament (1985) was produced and mixed by Bourbonese Qualk’s Simon Crabtree and Julian Gilbert and remains Zahgurim’s only release.
It was subject of a first ever CD reissue by Klanggalerie on occasion of its 30th anniversary, with this first ever vinyl reissue also featuring two tracks written and recorded in 2014, additional to the original LP’s six cuts of petrified rhythms and fetid industrial ambience.
From the meditative, Z’ev-alike percussion of Dropkick! thru the heart-quickeneing electro-dub of New Flesh and shouty clatter of The People’s Temple or the Vazz-like skitterhythms of Two Women, it ticks all the best boxes from this era, and even the two new tracks retain their original sense of discipline and reduction.