This is the first full-length offering from the St.-Petersburg-based one-man project, but also his acclaimed debut in terms of international distribution. Known for the excellent contribution to compilations like "Extreme Music From Russia" (Susan Lawly) and "Like Music To Their Ears Vol.2" (Mechanoise Labs), Kryptogen Rundfunk also made some live appearances and released outstanding collaborations like "Hidden Broadcast" (Extremal Psyhonauts) and "Silentium Universi" (Abgurd Subdivision) on very limited CDRs. M.M., mastermind behind KR moniker, operates mainly with radionoises, field recordings and analogue electronics, in order to put some order in this chaos of chaoses. The result is quite abstract but pretty organized, unlike many examples of simple noise juxtaposing, which is predominating in this genre. The only exception is the goofy final track "Goworit Moskwa" (Moscow Speaking), using the tune from soviet anthem - a kind of humour not suitable in this context. But in overall, very interesting stuff and recommended to those who are into experimental noise music. I'd like to compare it with some most impressive works of Contagious Orgasm and Bad Sector.