Invisible Guy and Malignant Records (sub-label Black Plagve Productions) are collaborating to give you a track from the “Third Wave Holocaust” album that T.O.M.B. released a month ago. So that you can listen to it in your dark corner of the world. Enter into a world of hurt, a world where death-industrial is the ruler and black noise is the by-product. Soothe yourself with the darker sounds, and malefic content. Be frightened, be on your toes. Woe thee that tries to cross the boundaries of this limitless introductory to a whole charred apocalypse incarnate. There is no reason for you to enter this realms when you’re on your own, but you still have the urge to see into a whole other world. Some may fall, others may fall from grace. But the mighty few will stand on their own and face their inner demons. Anyway, enough of this darkly enrichment of your inner soul. We bring you the exclusive track “The Great Venerat Insult“, for your listening (dis-)pleasure. If you like what you’re hearing, you should head on over to Malignant Records and buy it. Down below, you can read what the label has to say about things.
Active for over a decade and with releases on Fall of Nature, Todestrieb, and Crucial Blast, Pennsylvania’s T.O.M.B. has come to embody the spirit of what Black Plagve is and was started for, pushing sound to the extreme by taking elements of dark ambient, noise, metal and death industrial and assembling them into powerful, blackened occult rituals. Built around field recordings that consist of cemetery desecrations, live crematory incineration’s and disturbing, abandoned insane asylum ceremonies, everything is misshapen and deformed, twisted and crafted into harrowing episodes of hallucinatory, blood soaked rituals, demonic incantations, and waves of foul smelling textures.
10 tracks in total, some, such as Clairvoyant Frequencies, Electric Exorcism, or Vulgarity, with their dense reverberating churn, necrotized tones, and over modulated frequency abuse, fall into the power electronics vein. Others, such as the tribalistic Vom Voodoo, Na La Gore Na, and Tribute to Hanhua, are drenched in unholy atmospherics, with buried rhythms, clanging percussion and deathchant vocalizations. It’s all held together with a clenched, rotten fist, moving and writhing in perfect unison over its 50 time frame.
Another strong and welcome addition to the growing Black Plagve roster and a resounding reason why T.O.M.B. remains at the forefront of the “black noise” movement. Recommended for fans of MZ.412, Gnaw Their Tongues, DEATHSTENCH.