While it may only be one of many tentacles emerging from the vile meat-mass of Nicola Vinciguerra, Fecalove probably ranks as the most dangerous. While this Italian filth-monger has been tormenting our eyes over the past several years with his always repulsive and always interesting artwork under the TISBOR name as well as running the Italian division of the excellent Turgid Animal label, Vinciguerra has also been puking up a steady stream of cassette tapes and Cd-rs under the Fecalove name loaded with extreme harsh noise, sonic portraits of deviant sexual behavior and violence, and a vicious brand of power electronics that's been tearing my face off ever since I first heard the 'Like A Dog' disc on Bloodlust.
Combining the obvious classic PE influences (particularly the primitive PE slime of early Mauthausen Orchestra) with brutal junk-noise assaults, searing electronic drones, and sputtering hypnotic rhythms, Vinciguerra cranks up the bestial violence tenfold with a vocal attack that is sometimes more akin to the blood-gargling horror of a death metal vocalist than the typical distorted rant n' rave you usually hear in power electronics recordings. That ultra-vicious energy transmits all kinds of blasphemies and hate-filled screeds, each track usually materializing as a blunt blood-boiling excoriation of humanity at large, or a euphoric celebration of gruesome perversion. Either way, it's a blast. 'Void, Chaos & Cum' is the first release from Fecalove for Crucial Blast, an hour-long album of some of his heaviest, most violent material yet, with hideous junk-noise/flesh destruction rituals like "Professional Disease" and "Darwin II", assorted meditations on death and entropy, heavy-duty walls, putrid rhythmic electronics, and the grotesque Satanic throb of the title track.
The physical release of 'Void Chaos & Cum' is issued through the Crucial Blaze series of disc/zine sets, and comes in the series' signature clear dvd-style library case the package includes a 20-page art zine that contains an array of black-and-white and full color illustrations and photos from Vinciguerra/TISBOR, a set of three black and white mini-posters, and a 1" pinback badge. Released in a hand-numbered edition of 400 copies.