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Sexterminator 69 - Violazione Di Sepolcro [Toxic Industries - 2010]

Sexterminator 69 name suggests they could be either a perverse power electronics project, or a sleazy euro industrial band, or maybe even bondage obsessed hardcore punk band- but they are neither of these three possibilities, instead there a one man Italian based HNW  project.

The project is all the work of the drummer from rabid and perverse hardcore  meets grindcore band Bukkake Violence Kommando. This is the second release from Sexterminator 69, the first release was called “Purity In Death” and appeared on the No Tomorrow label in early 2010. Anyway enough history & on the item in hand- this album offers up four serrated, surging and dense slices of ultra nasty ‘wall-matter’. The four untitled tracks run between nearly seventeen minutes and just under the eight minute mark and each track is as volatile, nasty and intense as the next.

The first track is the longest here at 16.52 mark, and it starts out with a really nasty and splattering static discharge that amps-up into an active ‘wall’ that’s a mixture of: electro judder, static scrape and roaring furnace billow. As the track batters and sears on this shorting single strand electronic judder keeps biting into the ‘wall’, and at times it almost threatens to stop the tracks fuming stampede; yet it never quite does until the last few seconds of the track when it erupts into a teeth gritting singl focusede noise  point. The other three tracks follow a similar path with a mixture of: caustic juddering, boiling jitters and face melting roars, which are often cut by all manner of electronic shorting, grinding and general broken circuit noise discharge.


This whole album has a very voltile, angered and pissed-off feeling about it; taking I guess some of it’s face punching and limb breaking fury from the projects creators background in extreme hardcore and grindcore. So if you after painful and aggressive ‘wall’ matter this will certainly appeal, just don’t expect any great varation in the tones used from track to track.

Rating: 3 out of 5Rating: 3 out of 5Rating: 3 out of 5Rating: 3 out of 5Rating: 3 out of 5

Roger Batty
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