green C-32 tape
#2 of 2 in the “gateway doublet” release
note: pre-shrouded recordings: -004
The more people look into the dynamics of Portland, Oregon, the more interesting it becomes. For those who are into noise/harsh noise, you always have to keep on looking until you find exactly what you’re looking for, and here’s something that is worth checking out. His name is simply SBTDOH, who has released two brand new cassettes, each one running for 32 minutes, each with two tracks of intense noise, each packaged in a homemade fashion and each being made in only ten copies each. If you already know SDTDOH, these two albums will now lead to a split tape with Vomir to be released later in the year.
To get your copies, check the Bandcamp players for both the Sounds For Mass Extinction and Non-Selective Genocide albums.
Vindo de Portland (Oregon), o SBTDOH optou por lançar este seu novo título apenas em K7. Com uma longa faixa de cada lado, Non-selective genocide se desenvolve de forma plana e linear, sem picos ou intervenções abruptas, formando uma tensa muralha de ruídos sobrepostos.