Boomkat Product Review:
**Incredible reissue of extreme noise brutality, and destroyed ambient by Maurizio Bianchi circa 1982* This entrancing 1982 side by the infamous Maurizio Bianchi is marked up as one of his "most representative works" and was remastered for this edition under the supervision of Milan's M.B. himself so you know what you're getting is truly a reflection of his grotesque and nightmarish soundworld of dense, throttled noise and invasive texture. The first side retches spooling loops and splashing, molten noise in a pyroclastic flow of unnatural synth tones and squally theremin strikes oozing tarry black basses and shuddering electronics. The other side makes for a shocking contrast; almost melodic synth and theremin tones overlap in strangely enchanting form, ringing out shrill, wavering highs and droning bass shivered with random noise variable, like "a sick, cancerous organism eating itself out."