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Old 11-10-2012, 12:41 PM
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OLD - The Musical Dimension of Sleastak (Earache, 1993)



I don't really know how to describe this album. What the fuck is Sleastak anyway, who knows. It's an early 1990's Earache release, which was a good period for that label. But instead of death metal or grindcore this is more industrial grindcore, very heavy on the industrial. Almost beyond industrial, robotic. With long drawn out passages that just drive you insane. The vocals were really good, which was unfortunate because as I said it's mostly instrumental. There were some really wicked keyboards too, especially in Creyap'nilla (which I can't find a youTube link for, but trust me). The quality of the recording is rather poor but that's typical of the era. And the artwork perfectly describes the music. It features James Plotkin and Alain Dubin who went on to form Khante (sp?).

Two of Me (Parts 1 & 2)
Backwards through the Greedo Compressor
There are better songs but these are the only two I could find on youTube.
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