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Dead Voices On Air: New Words Machine

  1. Dream Catcher
  2. Soul Catcher
  3. Vran
  4. Gessing
  5. Powerlang
  6. Vuls

This being the second Dead Voices on Air release in two months came as a total surprise for me. Having just gotten over how good the previous album "Hafted Maul" was, and then to be graced with another so soon was like divine intervention. I originally picked up the old album on a lark mostly because it had been highly recommended to me by friends. I was more than a little afraid seeing as my only previous experience with Zoviet France consisted of 23 minutes of grinding glass noises, instead I was pleasantly surprised to be blessed with wavering sound sculptures and dark esoteric disturbances. The entire hour length album evokes convulsive nightmarish entity which wafts through the air threatening to choke the life out of the listener. Definitely the kind of music to be played in a dark room in the middle of a thunderstorm. So if you've been a skeptic about picking up either release of Dead Voices on Air, reconsider for your own sanitys sake.

Dead Voices On Air is:
Mark Spybey with help from cEvin key

Cleopatra Records
8726 S. Sepulveda Blvd D-82
Los Angeles, CA 90045


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