Luftwaffe ‎– Trephanus Uhr - CD

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An album of old school industrialism, grating noise and harsh rhythms with bellowed vocals a quick summation, couple that with a traipse of folk and you have "Luftwaffe" :
one of the best Martial-Industrial bands ever.

Proclamations drive the vocal element more than attempts at harmony, and given the lice-ridden decay of percussion and throes of grated mechanisms lends the work a sinister affair, even when said utterances are drenched in filtered corruption.
Hypnotic martial rhythms.
Vanes of looped vocals adorn the reaches of most tracks, streaming ticker tape of debased echoes, adding to the dominant theme of the voice as sounding board.
A pall, a mist of ashes obscures nearly all tracks on ‘Trephanus Uhr’, warping all sound in viscera of volcanic aftermath and destruction, drums grained and vocals rotted to gargling bellows.
Folk tracks oddly pepper the furor with martial murk, a few of these tracks are not digested through the rasped tract, and for a large run of successive tracks the industrialism fades before a blend of folk and martial destruction meets and leads out the album.

Featuring : Boyd Rice, Douglas Pearce, Richard Leviathan.