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Nite Shadez - Black Holes For The Face And A Graveyard download mp3 album
Performer:
Nite Shadez
Album:
Black Holes For The Face And A Graveyard
Style:
Noise, Industrial, Free Improvisation
Released:
2012
FLAC vers. size:
1940 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1119 mb
WMA vers. size:
1792 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
879

Wow, a Nite Shadez tape! You bet I was excited the day this one came in the mail. A couple years ago, I saw these guys play a mind-blowing set at the No Silence No Sleep festival in Dallas, TX. Rob Buttrum and Denton local Andrew Michael performed weird live tape manipulation and live analog synths and drum machines in front of a wall of video monitors and VHS players.

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Shadez: The Black operations is the first in the series of this game. The player is placed into the role of General of a Mercenary force. Using your expert knowledge of troop deployment, hardware and airstrikes take on an international determined unconventional enemy army and remove them from existence. This is a test of your skills and if successful the governments will rehire you for other missions and other wars.

One of my favourites album cover of all time it is Muse’s Black Holes and Revelations Album. There’s so much story behind this picture. As a student of graphic design, I did a lot of work talking about this cover. The chosen concept for the cover was the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, who are characters described in the last book of the New Testament of the Bible, called the Book of Revelation, but transcript to our modern world.

Tracklist

A Black Holes For The Face 23:55
B And A Graveyard 23:45

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – H.O.T. Studios

Credits

  • Synth [Pads], Drums, Tape [Prepared With Dual 4 Track Cassette Manipulation], Vocals – Andrew Michael, Rob Buttrum

Notes

Recorded live to cassette at H.O.T., Winter 2011. Denton, TX
  • Tetaian
Nite Shadez is the duo of Rob Buttrum and Andrew Michael; on Black Holes for the Face and a Graveyard, the two experiment with creating noise in the vein of horror movie soundtracks, with deep bass and synth tones along with the distinctive percussions of a drum machine. Vocals and tape manipulations abound; more surprising is that the tape was recorded live between the two, with both side-long tracks (about 20 minutes in length) effortlessly improvised as the two shred the common sheltering of harsh noise for something much more creepy and less conventional.Both tracks, “Black Holes for the Face” and then the B-side “And a Graveyard” (makes sense per title), find Buttrum and Michael playing off of the creepy intonations of synth work. There are moments of clarity with the percussion of the drum tracking – this could be some demented work of Goblin if not for the freak-out that generally occurs later on. Things get thick and heavy with bass, and electronics spiral into a whirlwind that loses the synth drones of the soundtrack. But the two find harmony again; the tape is all about the give and take between the two, and there’s a cohesion to where they find themselves that works very well. It makes it sound like this improv is easy, even though it’s clear that finding such soundscapes and building off of them isn’t.The synth work often sounds straight from ’80s slashers, and Nite Shadez find tons of room for odd sounds in the mix. There are often moments of more rhythmic noise before the duo teeter off into bits of filler between outbursts. “Black Holes for the Face” is mostly spot on, though its ending does lose control (or so it seems) when the drums flip between settings sporadically.“And a Graveyard” focuses on a more cemented pattern throughout. Lots of eerie synth lines, a driving drum rhythm that actually gets quite complex, and some heavy vocals, both screamed and sampled, keep things moving in a focused direction here. For those who enjoy more cohesive noise, this track will be the stand-out – it doesn’t lose its destination like the A-side does.But both tracks here are excellent, a hodge-podge of different noise experiments under the subheading of weird and creepy electronica. Certainly recommend ed for those who are into some of the brooding works of Dead Machines.From MemoryWaveTransmission.wordpress.com