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  • David Pfeffer – Cinematic (Escape Artists)

    Sektion: Highlights

    David PfefferAlles neu und alles anders. David Pfeffer meldet sich mit seinem neuen Album “Cinematic” zurück. Darauf bewegt er sich unerwartet und gekonnt zwischen den Stilen, mischt neue Impulse elektronischer Musik mit eher für Black Music- und Hip Hop-typischen Beats, ohne dabei seine eigentlich Herkunft als Singer/Songwriter zu verleugnen. David Pfeffer wuchs am nördlichen Rande des Ruhrgebiets auf. Als Sohn eines ambitionierten Schlagzeugers Kompletter Artikel →

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  • The Body & Full Of Hell – Ascending A Mountain Of Heavy Light (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1612066 The Body and Full of Hell are both unique and in?uential forces in heavy music.
    Both artists welcome challenges and eschew self-promotion. Each artist seems
    driven to take risks and push boundaries of what is considered heavy. A clear
    example being that on recent tours The Body have performed without any live guitar
    or drums. Both artists enjoy the creative growth and music and good times that
    come out of collaborations. Each has collaborated often with other unique but likeminded musicians such as Thou, The Haxan Cloak, Krieg, Merzbow, The Bug and
    the list goes on. Despite their obvious differences in songwriting, The Body and Full
    of Hell are unifed by their shared aesthetic, catharsis through the manipulation
    of emotions transformed by visceral noise and fueled by an inescapable sense of
    dread. They have returned to collaborate again not because of their commonalities
    but because of their differences and what those differences yield in performance.
    With Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light, The Body & Full of Hell have integrated
    a love for electronic noisescapes with abrasive, precise sonic assaults into a sound
    unlike anything either has produced before.
    Written and recorded in one week at Machines with Magnets in Providence, the
    music of Ascending draws from unexpected sources such as reggaetón and jungle
    (“Master’s Story”). There are some familiar guests to The Body fans, namely vocalist
    Chrissy Wolpert (Assembly of Light Choir) and Ben Eberle (Sandworm), as well as
    frst time collaborator drummer Brian Chippendale (Lightning Bolt, Black Pus), whom
    both bands share a strong aesthetic of individualism. Samples, synth, saxophone,
    and a drum orchestra (led by Chippendale) all throb, and sputter, coagulating under
    the weight of the two bands. Programmed drum patterns and loops taking cues
    from hip hop are bent and twisted throughout, ?awlessly emboldening the distortion
    drenched guitars and howling vocals. Each element, though meticulously crafted,
    is visceral, as the exhilaration of improvisation has not been curtailed by editing.
    Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light casts aside the dogmas of heavy music.
    Extremity in The Body & Full of Hell’s music is not based on macho musings or
    competitive trendiness, but rather is an integral tool to exploring the anxieties of
    modern life and the bridges between personal and political strife. As leading voices
    in DIY and underground music communities, The Body & Full of Hell, along with
    peers such as Thou, are expanding the possibilities of extreme music by shaping
    worlds of sound with a palette of diverse in?uences seldom seen in “heavy music”
    today.

    TRACK LISTING:
    1. Light Penetrates
    2. Earth is a Cage
    3. The King Laid Bare
    4. Didn’t the Night End
    5. Our Love Conducted with Shields Aloft
    6. Master’s Story
    7. Farewell, Man
    8. I Did Not Want to Love You So

    SALES POINTS
    The Body & Full of Hell integrate their love of electronic noisescapes
    with abrasive, precise sonic assaults on their second collaborative
    album featuring guest performances by Brian Chippendale
    (Lightning Bolt, Black Pus), Chrissy Wolpert (Assembly of Light
    Choir), and Ben Eberle (Sandworm)
    LP pressed on virgin vinyl with art worked inner sleeve and free
    download card. A limited supply pressed on green color vinyl. CD
    in 4 panel mini-LP style gatefold package.
    Both The Body & Full of Hell have toured extensively throughout
    2017 and will tour collaboratively in early 2018
    Lead single “Earth is a Cage” covered on Pitchfork, Metal Sucks, and
    Stereogum and featured prominently on Spotify and Apple Music
    metal playlists. Full ad campaign running on Spotify in November
    The Body’s recent album No One Deserves Happiness (Thrill 407)
    was critically acclaimed by Decibel, Pitchfork, NPR Music, Magnet,
    Noisey, SPIN, Terrorizer and more
    Full of Hell’s latest album Trumpeting Ecstacy released earlier this
    year on Profound Lore was praised by Decibel, Revolver, Pitchfork,
    Metal Injection, and Terrorizer
    Print ad running in Decibel (November issue)
    “It’s a rare show of restraint from two of the underground’s most
    pulverizing groups. When the Body and Full of Hell pull back, they
    somehow hit even hit harder.” – Pitchfork
    “The music oscillates between dirty, fuzzed out house beats and
    dissonant sludge riffs, a combination so devastatingly heavy it feels
    like being trapped inside seven torture devices all at once, then
    being thrown into a fery pit of molten lava. It’s that desperate feeling
    and upsetting.” – Metal Sucks
    ““Earth is a Cage” is about as ugly and feedback crunched as you’d
    expect from a meeting of the minds between a grind band and a
    noise peppered doom duo, but it’s also surprisingly fun.” – Invisible
    Oranges Erhältlich ab 24.11.2017

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