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Noizemongers for Goatserpent
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Noizemongers for Goatserpent on CD

Enbilulugugal's debut album Noizemongers for Goatserpent was a putrid eruption of lo-fi black metal, harsh noise and experimental, anti-musical weirdness, infused with a Black Legions-style mix of invented mythology and garbled language, that arrived with a splat on the black / noise underground in 2004. Originally released as an extremely limited-edition CDR by the now-defunct Rusty Axe label, a home for some of the most demented experimental black metal of the past decade, it has been out of print for nearly a decade. This vicious, hideous mass of churning, blackened hatred and brain-warping chaos has been resurrected as a deluxe double-disc set that features more than an hour and a half of bonus filth, all re-mastered for maximum ear-hate by Enemata Productions, and presented in a new digipack design with artwork from acclaimed underground illustrator Jeff Zornow. The first disc features the original album, a twenty-nine "song" assault of hyper-distorted blasphemy blasted out in minute-long eruptions of noise and violence. Barbaric black metal riffs and monotonous, primitive blast-beats are bathed in corrosive static, while bursts of stomping, catchy punk rock, insane cut-up experiments and harsh electronic noise all surface in Enbilulugugal's bubbling bouillabaisse of blackened filth. The album still sounds as extreme as it did back when it first came out, and while there's a perverse, utterly profane sense of humor in the song titles and cranked-up, psychotic visuals, Enbilulugugal was dead serious in it's drive toward depravity and extreme violence through black noise. The other half of the first disc has Izedis's TneprestaoG Rof SregnomezioN remixes, which use the original Goatserpent album as the raw material for an onslaught of extreme electronic noise. The source material is rendered nearly unrecognizable, twisted and transformed into washes of ghostly electronic synth-drift and harsh, distorted blasts of glitch-riddled, chopped-up black noise. The second disc is loaded with rare compilation tracks, demo material and other out-of-print recordings, offering up a howling vision of lo-fi grind awash in Merzbow-ian distortion, f***ed-up necro-noisecore, shambling dirges, passages of ghastly dungeon ambience, and some killer blasts of discordant, blackened punk that showcase a slightly more traditional side of Enbilulugugal's snarling chaos. Although these recordings are shot through with moments of dark, distorted majesty and crushing black metal riffage, Enbilulugugal's "music" is about as extreme and as noisy as it gets within the realm of black metal, with a lo-fi aesthetic and tendency towards total sonic overload that'll test even the most ardent necro-addicts. Fans of the outsider black / noise / metal of bands like Furze, Lord Foul, Ride for Revenge, World, Demonologists and Warlord will find much to enjoy here. All others, beware...