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Tracklist

Schadenklang - Part I 19:02
Schadenklang - Part II 19:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GOG03 The New Blockaders Schadenklang ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Hypnagogia GOG03 UK 2012
GOG03 The New Blockaders Schadenklang ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, S/Edition) Hypnagogia GOG03 UK 2012

The New Blockaders - Schadenklang FLAC album

Performer: The New Blockaders

Title: Schadenklang

Country: UK

Date of release: 2012

Style: Noise, Experimental

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1188 mb

Size FLAC: 1949 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 654

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Schadenklang is an ever rupturing cascade of squealing train brakes, hammered metal, discordant and abrupt braying of tortured and unyielding steel plates shunted into place by three people intent on causing you maximum discomfort. Thanks to Phillip Julian’s mastering the nuances are gorgeously audible leaving the intrepid listener with a feeling of being sucked head first into a painful vortex of randomly and manically hit junk from which escape comes only with the lifting of the needle. Its the simple elements which cause the greatest discomfort; hitting what sounds like a common-or-garden dustbin with a baseball bat will indeed sound pretty noisy, when you incorporate that sound into a niggling bass hum, sawed tin and other various metal abuses the result becomes intensely disorientating. Its a constant stream of quality noise for which The New Blockaders are rightly recognised as being the leading exponents of. The recent flurry 30th anniversary releases cements TNB’s status as being the undisputed masters of noise [for me anyway]. IDWAL FISHER
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Schadenklang is an ever rupturing cascade of squealing train brakes, hammered metal, discordant and abrupt braying of tortured and unyielding steel plates shunted into place by three people intent on causing you maximum discomfort. Thanks to Phillip Julian’s mastering the nuances are gorgeously audible leaving the intrepid listener with a feeling of being sucked head first into a painful vortex of randomly and manically hit junk from which escape comes only with the lifting of the needle. Its the simple elements which cause the greatest discomfort; hitting what sounds like a common-or-garden dustbin with a baseball bat will indeed sound pretty noisy, when you incorporate that sound into a niggling bass hum, sawed tin and other various metal abuses the result becomes intensely disorientating. Its a constant stream of quality noise for which The New Blockaders are rightly recognised as being the leading exponents of. The recent flurry 30th anniversary releases cements TNB’s status as being the undisputed masters of noise [for me anyway]. IDWAL FISHER
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