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Psudoku “Space Grind” (2011)

1. July 2020 David Sano 0

In yet another headstrong attempt to shatter the “In space no one can hear you _______” barrier, one-man Grindcore band PSUDOKU has released Space Grind – a 28-minute wave-spectrum histogram of interstellar data recorded in 2011. The […]

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Psudoku “Planetarisk Sudoku” (2014)

1. July 2020 David Sano 0

It has been nearly four Gregorian years since PSUDOKU’s Space Grind audio wave transmission was received and transcribed for widespread earth enjoyment. Since then, grind astronomers have remained poised at their instruments, wondering whether they would again […]

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Preludium “Redemption” (2014)

30. June 2020 David Sano 0

It’s safe to say that Heavy Metal and spirituality have a complicated relationship. Generally, metallists tend to skew dark, focusing on grim themes like torment, guilt, misery, suffering, torture, purgatory, hellfire, war, and religious atrocities. […]

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Orb Seven “.ismos” (2014)

22. June 2020 David Sano 0

The idea of “outer space” often has a calming effect on heavy metal music. How does one stay bitter in the face of such profound distance and emptiness – such total absence of anything earthly […]

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Kayo Dot “Hubardo” (2013)

12. June 2020 David Sano 0

There are certain works of art that are delivered complete and immaculate, meticulously crafted – lines sharp, edges trimmed, flush, sanded smooth. Works exact in their presentation and targeted in their impact. From the outset […]

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Vallendusk “Vallendusk” (2012)

13. May 2018 David Sano 0

Black Metal is supposed to be scary. It is hostile, ominous music, gloomy and portentous. It is the sound of black fingers stretching overhead, of morbid windows opening both in the night sky and in […]