Rodent Ulcer

by Steel Hook Prostheses

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With one of the longer tracks they’ve created, namely the title-track of this release “Rodent Ulcer“, they grind your senses down into pitch-black blindness. Severing the normal routine of your autonomous system, making your irregular heartbeats bounce into near-death experiences. What’s more interesting is the sheer power of the atmospheres that are cast into this 16-minute maddening piece of music. Every step of the way is carefully monitored by yours truly, John Stillings and Larry Kerr. Piercing vocals, clandestine tools of their use produce waves of decrepit folds to lure you into. Insanity is a mild word to use for this absolute force that is plucking away at you. Claustrophobia steeped into both a miniscule sound-scape, but also a grandiose one. It’s strangely attracting, in a seductive way. Hypnotizing you. The other is a track called “Lice“, which is almost bordering to the territory of noise, as the static sound alters into rhythms of two, one which displays an outdrawn characteristic, the other tearing apart the first. A menacingly introduction to sonic decay.

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released March 28, 2014

J. Stillings, L. Kerr

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Steel Hook Recordings Arlington, Texas

Imprint for Texas based Death Industrial legends Steel Hook Prostheses and associated projects involving J. Stillings and L. Kerr.

Contact: steelhookprostheses@hotmail.com

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