Anywhoozle thanks for uploading. Posted by Brayden Bagnall at Drowned In Sound’s 40 Favourite Songs of By the time ‘Retreat Ending’ stutters into life with a guitar lead being jammed messily into an amp and dies after six minutes of what seems like unsustainable pace, the listener feels almost as bludgeoned as the unnamed and hooded Hologram’s thoroughly abused bass strings. Elson Cade 11 July at
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There’s a lot to be said about relentlessly ploughing the same furrow: Garage RockHardcoreNoise Rock. Kraemen 26 January at Drowned In Sound’s 40 Favourite Songs of By the time ‘Retreat Ending’ stutters into life with a guitar lead being jammed messily into an amp and dies after six minutes of what seems like unsustainable pace, the listener feels almost as bludgeoned as the unnamed and hooded Hologram’s thoroughly abused bass strings.
Nick Cave on Dig, L It’s not an especially novel formula, given that Pissed Jeans, TV Ghost and the thrillingly bone-rattling Mayyors have kicked up similar kinds of rackets over the past few years, trawling the AmRep back catalogue and the output of legendary arch-wreckers Drunks With Sskrewdriver to garner inspiration for their own takes on Black Flag’s My War or the afore mentioned Flipper’s Generic Flipper.
Over the course skrewxriver the nine tracks that make up Who Said These Were Happy TimesFrancis howls and screams, his occasionally blood curdling vocals usually drowned out by his Holograms tearing it up behind him like Flipper at their most stomach churningly intense.
It’s almost so heavy as to be indigestible, tracks meandering haphazardly into each other in a patchwork of crippled guitar solos, mineshaft screams, jackhammer bass riffs and thundering percussion. Carnivals of the Grotesque: Have you ever wondered why the largest companies in the world use holograms on their products?
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Newer Post Older Post Home. But most of all what they’ll love is the sheer hellish intensity conjured up by Francis Harold and his anonymous Holograms, the fact that once Who Said These Were Happy Times gets started, it’s nigh on impossible to stop.
All holograms provided by HoloSec are high-security and personalised. First off great post, secondly they’re actually from Huntington Beach, CA I think they just said AZ on myspace to cultivate an aura of mystery or some shit. But hatold is overrated when it comes to noise rock: Elson Cade 11 July at frandis Thus, opener ‘Intro-Nightmare’ finds Francis whispering ” Welcome toooo But that’s the ugly beauty of it: Our holograms cannot be copied by any polygraphic method, and are completely tamper-proof.
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We provide high-security holograms featuring your logo with minimum orders as low as units. This is noise rock for aficionados, a take no prisoners approach to sonic brutality that only vaguely contains ‘songs’, lacking even the breakneck pace and juggernaut riffs that the scene’s current loudest and fastest, Mayyors, utilise to such riveting effect.
Here We Go Magic Pigeons. Anonymous 26 January at Drowned in Sound’s 50 albums of