Boomkat Product Review:
**CD edition of 500 copies in digicase** Joachim Nordwall's Ideal label sate the freaks with a CD reissue of a particularly unrelenting Kevin Drumm slab originally issued on tape in 2007. One single 58 minute blast of dense, necrotising and powerful noise dynamics handled with the usual, inimitable stoicism we'd expect from Drumm at his best. We're placed in the eye of a near-biblical noise storm which rages ferociously, but not uncontrollably; it's possible to detect a sense of channelled rage and despair, but without the theatrics that often comes with noise music. You don't imagine Drumm flinging himself around the studio or making wild gestures in wherever it was created. It feels like a f**king frightening stare-down, the sort that could quite possibly drill thru you and open a whole in the ground for us to endlessly fall back into.