Merzbow - Pulse Demon mp3 album
Pulse Demon is an album by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. Unlike Venereology, his previous album for Release, this album is not inspired by heavy metal. Outtakes from this album are included on Merzmorphosis. Pulse Demon was reissued on vinyl in May 2018 by Bludhoney Records. The holographic, shiny silver artwork is a homage to the 1970s Prospective 21e Siècle imprint of Philips Records, in particular the albums of Ivo Malec.
Pulse Demon by Merzbow, released 28 May 1996 1. Woodpecker No 1 2. Woodpecker No 2 3. Spiral Blast 4. My Station Rock 5. Ultra Marine Blues 6. Tokyo Times Ten 7. Worms Plastic Earthbound 8. Yellow Hyper Balls Internationally recognized as the premier Japanese noise artist, Merzbow is the god of noise. Release Entertainment proudly presents Pulse Demon, a more ored follow up to some of Merzbow's more brain-pummeling releases. Extremely sight-confounding artwork compliments the lucid squalls of Merzbow's electronic assaults
Pulse Demon (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Spi). This release rises above the average Merzbow material in terms of hardness and harshness by more than just a few levels, and is certainly one of the most firmly over-compressed productions of all time. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Marketplace 0 3 For Sale from €3. 2.
Pulse Demon is simply pure sound, viciously unadulterated static. The earlier releases stimulated the imagination; Pulse Demon decimates it. It also has a bit of a beat that would be further dismantled in the succeeding years. Pulse Demon is Meet the Beatles, where you start to understand Masami Akita's appeal before the relentless experimentalism period. Whereas startling jaggedness is to be expected on a Merzbow album, on Animal Magnetism, there's a continuity that observes evolution and decay. Unfortunately, it's also less distinctive. Super Sheep" tries to get some propulsion going, but the bassline is so immediately familiar to the causal Alec Empire fan, it makes the distortion feel like a deleterious contrivance Akita felt compelled to include at the last minute. A Ptarmigan" is the most interesting track, if not particularly exemplary.
Pulse Demon by Merzbow, released 11 May 2018 1. Woodpecker No. 1 2. 2 3. Yellow Hyper Balls ⚠️VINYL IS 100% SOLD OUT. STAY TUNED⚠️ Merzbow's legendary 1996 psychedelic harsh noise masterpiece has remained among the most extreme and polarizing albums ever recorded, every bit as intense and cathartic today as it was two decades ago. "Pulse Demon" is the holy grail of the Japanese noise god's discography - brimming with unrestrained energy and vibrance, this . .
Everyone who frequents the infamous message board 4chan has seen an album cover or heard of the name Merzbow before. And with the name and album cover of his most famous album. It makes you think you're in for a bleak, depressing but beautiful journey with amazing instrumentals.
Pulse Demon is the album that best defines Merzbow and the concept of noise music: despite being maximum volume abrasive noise for the entire 73 minutes, it still manages to be expressive, still manages to sound thought out. A more sonically and aurally oppressive listen than the pensive "1930", Pulse Demon is a colorful journey through the most violent and extreme places. This is a different sort of violence, though, more natural- imagine infinite gravity, temperature. There are a few recognizable sounds on Pulse Demon (none on 1930) and some that are vaguely melodic. I think there's some death metal playing near the beginning of "Ultra Marine Blues", "Tokyo Times Ten" clearly has the sound of metal objects clanking together (run through a lot of distortion).
this album sounds like the feeling of your arm or leg when it gets pins and needles. 3 weeks ago. I play this every time my mom and her bf have sex to just make them feel uncomfortable. album cover is cool. I used to listen to this album in high school all the time.
Merzbow - "Pulse Demon" is out 0. 1. 18 on 2xLP colored vinyl for the first time ever via Bludhoney Records. This legendary 1996 psychedelic harsh noise masterpiece has remained among the most extreme and polarizing albums ever recorded, every bit as intense and cathartic today as it was two decades ago. "Pulse Demon" is the holy grail of the Japanese noise god's discography - brimming with unrestrained energy and vibrance, this influential masterwork decimates listeners with pulverizing bursts of pure sound.