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Boomkat Product Review:
Norway's ever-intriguing Fysisk Format presents Black Metal outsider Furze aka Kristian Knapstad and his first album in two years. In contrast to previous efforts, the vocals on 'Psyche Minus Space Control' are largely supplanted by electric violins, Mini Moog and Mellotron, but his curious fixation with all-analogue production methods is resolutely unchanged, still applying no compression whatsoever so you can really feel him glowering at you from his pitch black studio, probably dripping with blood and standing on a virgin. You'd imagine (or at least hope) there's a glimmer of humour to his music, but in classic Black Metal fashion there's a blank-faced stoicism which actually feels more dramatic, rather than just camp, because of that stripped down aesthetic. I'm not going to be able to make comparisons within the scene, but for those dilettantes and ears intrigued by the scene's stranger characters this one is a must check.