Juicy, steamy, succulent or raunchy You name it - If it moves, Dirk Diggler wants to fuck it! The Israeli pornogrind trio is a super-slick and refreshing deviation that unleashes fury as it was cum taunting a teary-eyed virgin. With 14 tracks clocking at 20 minutes of unlimited and sporadic grindcore blastbeats, vocal vengeance and riffs mutilation, these bastards manage to piss off and shake the grounds of every thinking human being Not just because of the foul language, pedophile hints or the brilliant quasi-macho lines like "A true rider rides a Pony", but mainly because of the overall contempt roughly pointed at the superficiality of todays' society - Its' goals, fixations and lame everyday embodiment as modern slavery not worth living for. No wonder you wanna end up as murderer, child molester or an old women sex offender.
Recommended if you like Pig Destroyer, D9, Meat Shits, The Locust, Discordance Axis, Abscess, Anal Cunt, Mesrine, Necrocannibalistic Vomitorium, Foetopsy etc.
Quote from label:Geist is a Black Metal project that combines black art with the eternal madness that accompanies our very existence as human beings. "Der Ungeist" delivers sickening twisted Black Metal that's powered by torture vocals and desperate atmosphere. This seven tracks album comes straight from the miserable pits of insanity and was based on the idea that the whole thing must be recorded once, live and without any revisions or refinements. Conversely, everything was performed on electronic instruments. This expresses the conflict between cold and dirty mechanics and the classical emotional melody that they lean on - A battle between two edges of madness inside the "Der Ungeist" mind. Recommended to fans of Urfaust, Ondskapt, Lifelover, ColdWorld…
Quote from Label: "Collaborating Torture is one of the last known recordings made by Matt Gibney AKA Hollowing, who died in January 2006. Gibney, a member of SOIHADTOSHOOTHIM who was also running the important Rectrix label and mail-order, was joined here by the prolific Maor Appelbaum (Grave in the Sky, Poochaltz and Maurizio Bianchi, to name a few) to create a brooding and massive 54 minutes track of dark pitch-black ambient of hypnagogic swirls and industrialized drones. Sometimes subtle, yet mostly haunted and delirious, this is highly recommended if you like Wilt, Murderous Vision, Brighter Death Now, Aidan Baker, Z'ev, Daniel Menche, The Caretaker and John Duncan."