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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Cranioclast - Koitlaransk [1989]

Now it would be ridiculous for me to claim to be an expert in the realm of industrial, but I know the odd thing. One of said things is that this is good. Cranioclast is a German industrial duo named after a piece of surgical equipment. The interesting thing about the music is its tendency to hop between ambient, industrial and noisy elements without ever going into the realm of accessibility that the likes of Skinny Puppy and Throbbing Gristle occasionally would. The music as a whole has an ethereal and vulgar beauty to it, and really, I'd recommend the album to anyone open to unconventional styles of music. If anyone knows what the album title means then it would be great if you could let me know in the comments section.

N.B. The rip is split into two sides of the LP rather than the individual tracks of the album.

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