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Please Kill Me - Brutal Penetration [Porn Noise Records - 2015]

Brutal Penetration severs up forty one minutes worth of scuzzy, raw, lose yet thick walled noise. Please Kill Me is a HNW project from Seattle, Washington, and seemingly all of their work is themed around female prostitute & violence/ murder of women.

This CDR release appears on the fittingly named French label Porn Noise Records, in a edition of 30 copies. It comes a glossy PC printed sleeve, which features on it’s front cover what looks like a crime scene picture of a dead blood covered woman laying on a sofa.

On offer here is just a single track that comes in at just shy of the forty two minute mark, and what we have here is a very crude & nasty example of HNW. The tracks built around a fairly lose yet dense & overloaded mix of textures- we have: A muffled & blunt low-end. A taut & tight buzzing and a mid-to-high ranged jittering. The elements are fed together in a rather sloppy yet always brutal & seared manner, to create this very sleazy, airless, and intensively depraved wall.  At times the higher toned jittering moments bring a Power Electronics like feel to proceedings, and of course the tracks title & releases imagery also suggest that too.

Brutal Penetration very much fits its title, as it’s a ragingly unpleasant & overtly nasty shot of wall craft. So if you like of sloppy & rough HNW with PE hints, & has violent 'n'  sleazy themes this is worth a look

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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