TO SAY THE LEAST IT WAS RECORDED DURING A HECTIC TIME IN MY LIFE. THE LOGO ASSEMBLAGE WAS AN ATTEMPT AT A PORTRAIT ARRANGEMENT. I LIKED IT BECAUSE IT REMINDS ME OF A SPINE WITH SHOULDER BLADES AT THE TOP (NO RIBCAGE). BUT I THINK THAT'S THE ONLY TIME YOU'RE GONNA SEE THAT...
ORIGINAL LABEL DESCRIPTION:
A massive 20+ minute black monolithic wall of deliriously crumbling harsh noise. Anonymous and bleak frequency shifts and mind-erasing static battery. LTD TO 50 COPIES
HERE IS A REVIEW FROM MUSIQMACHINE:
CXXIV: Untitled offers up a frying, crumbling & thick 20 minute track of Harsh Wall Noise by Griz+zlor- the HWN project of Philadelphia based Paul Dever (Failure Of A Great Machine & earth space noise).
CXXIV: Untitled kicks straight in with a very thick wall of sound that is a mixture of frying, hammering rain type noise textures, & just at the back of these textures is this low down drone texture which becomes very hypnotic as the piece goes on really sucking you nicely into whirling maelstrom of HNW. I really like the way Dever keeps the track constant & thick through-out, yet he nicely mangers to shift the tonally qualities between: heavy static down pours, frying in sound fat fast simmers, jack-up ‘n’ rolling hammerings & fast crumbling tones. There's also some really neat sort of stretched spray paint like hissing static textures of noise coming in towards the end of the track
Another great slice of HNW that’s primed for full submersion & blocking out the world around you. With Dever cutting the track to the optimum HNW length of 20 minutes- meaning you have enough time for it to infect & engulf your head yet not enough time to become boring or stayed.