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Imminent Starvation: Human Dislocation



  1. Nothuman II
  2. Lost Highway 45
  3. Rumours
  4. Mosquito
  5. Dislocation 2 & 3
  6. Infected
  7. Ursil
  8. Relocation I
  9. Injection
  10. Against their Peace-Keepers
  11. Even Stars...
  12. Sysmsarc


With the release of "Human Dislocation", Imminent Starvation have placed themselves on the forefront of the so called Power Noise movement in one single step. This debut album released on Germany's Ant-Zen records is packaged in a black cardboard box with an elaborate brass inlay adorning the cover. As usual, Ant-Zen's creator s.ALT has played a part in this unique artwork design. Musically the album is much in the same vein as other artists on the Ant-Zen roster such as P*A*L as well as more well known rhythmic noise innovators like Dive and Esplendor Geometrico. For the most part, Imminent Starvation avoids the use of pure feedback and white noise in it's music, instead choosing to use that noise as a bed for the high speed sampled percussion used throughout the album. All things considered, Imminent Starvation isn't anything innovative or groundbreaking, but they are a solid example of the quality Power Noise material that seems to be growing in abundance in Europe.

Imminent Starvation is: Oliver Moreau

Contact:
Ant-Zen Records
Lessingstr 7A
93049 Regensburg
Germany

E-mail: s.alt@regensburg.netsurf.de


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