Necromondo - Necromondo

Necromondo - Necromondo

Release date: May 03, 2007
Format: CD, clear jewel case, 525 copies

Chrome Peeler

February 09, 2013

Necromondo is a new project from Tirdad at Mechanoise Labs, dealing in gore-soaked industrial scum drone that's been inspired by a healthy diet of classic Italian splatter cinema. Tirdad name drops such spaghetti splat classics as City of the Living Dead, Zombi 2, Burial Ground, and Cannibal Holocaust as his inspiration, and with tracks titled "Flesh Eater", "Theme For A Machete", "Feeding Frenzy", and "A Fistful Of Intestines", he crafts industrial skuzz jams that evoke zombie-infested streets, densely forested tropical islands swarming with gut-munching cannibals, and hidden halogen-lit labs that have been abandoned by their keepers via some seriously sinister oscillator throb layered with deep, heavy low-frequency distortion loops, freakish gurgling vocal noises, sizzling currents of electricity, tribal drumming, bone rattles, putrid death industrial. Sort of like Wolf Eyes at their most droney and hypnotic, getting baked and vomiting up heavy streams of crusty industrial splatter trance. Or like an Atrax Morgue jam mixed in with a greasy copy of the audio track to Fulci's Zombi. Or old school 80's Broken Flag/Iphar/Come Organisation tapes being collaged together with Girolami's Zombie Holocaust.

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