Boomkat Product Review:
Fierce, head-gobbling modular electronic scree from D. Shan, mysterious London character behind Acolytes, here on their 2nd day release accompanied by Luke Younger’s Alter. A potent one for disciples of Whitehouse spawn, Cut Hands and Stefan Jaworzyn, or Black Mecha’s mentation electronics
One for folk who like the sensation of losing their marbles, only to find them popping out of their orifices, Rupture runs amok in 7 parts seamlessly segued to hold listeners face down into the chaos. On one side that results a transition from diamond-cut, asymmetric arps and burnt out flashcore blasts to a long tract of Cut Hands-like polymetric drum muck melded with haywire electronics in MXE666, which, if it is titled after the synthetic dissociative, is about the best description/warning you could hope for. Farther in, stereo-strafing synths and voices suck us into more tranquil currents before all heck break loose again in a tribal joyride thru nether fields of computer music and grey-matter curdling ambient tones.