Nascitari - La Morte Abusava Di Me Fin Da Quando Ero Piccolo [Muzikaal Kabaal - 2012]This CDR release brings together two half an hour plus slices of taut & brutal walled noise from this suicidal/ grim Italian HNW project.
The CDR comes in the Muzikaal Kabaal label house style mini DVD case, and it features a grim & slightly out of focus black ‘n’ white picture of Nascitari's live set-up from behind, with his signature spinal column prop to the side of his noise equipment table.
First up we have the title track which roughly translate to “The Death Of Abused of myself Ever Since I Was Little”. This comes in at just over the thirty five minute mark, and I must say it’s one of the most rewarding ‘walls’ I’ve ever heard from this project. It starts off with a tightly wound juddering ‘n’ rumbling bass bound locked thick noise tone; this is cut/ bayed by smaller uniformed mid-ranged ripping ‘n’ jittering textures. At around the twelve minute mark the small textured elements cut out, and your just left with the juddering/ rumbling noise texture which seems to be continually drilling into it’s self in a wonderfully intense/sludgy manner. The whole thing is extremely brutal, yet it’s also extremely entrancing & moorish too.
Next we have “Scavo Per Succhiare Le Ossa Del Padre Di Mio Padre”, which comes in at the twenty six minute mark. The track starts with twenty or so seconds of creepy reverb bound male whispering in Italian. When the ‘wall’ comes in it’s a speaker ripple mixture of judder ‘n’ rumbling bass bound noise churn, and crisper/ smaller jittering textural detail. I’ll have to admit that the first few plays of this track left me a little underwhelmed after the brutal addictive-ness of the first track, as it felt too simplistic & flat. But over time I’ve grown to appreciate this track more & more, as it’s really more about subtle yet equally hypnotic textural details; which of course come out the more you play the track.
So “La Morte Abusava Di Me Fin Da Quando Ero Piccolo”, offers up one instantly addictive & moorish ‘wall’, and one more slow growing subtle ‘wall’. All told it’s a most worthy release.Roger Batty