Kevin Drumm has never been afraid of conjuring relentless doses of synth-kissed noise drones - he's appeared on various labels including the recently spawned Hospital Productions and more established noise outfits such as Aaron Dilloway's Hanson Records. Relief is nothing short of terrifying and right from its first segment, "Part 1", a merciless collection of hollow frequencies and frenetic white noise mask the swallowed melodies within its core. "Part 2" is a continuation of the same process, a meticulous experimentation of disembowelled feedback and modular static. "Part 3" is Drumm's most epic moment on the LP; the previously subdued tones are propelled into motion and produce a clearly audible guitar riff amidst its wild but equally outstanding chaos. A must for the true noise enthusiasts out there!
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