WEREWOLF JERUSALEM – The Nightmares CD
The Nightmares continue on with Richard Ramirez’s trademark tradition of Giallo influenced static noise terror. The contextual direction of this album puts the senses through a state of disturbing ‘calm’ by taking on its own story of a ‘horror movie’. The frequent and sudden shifts of sound variations, samples of female shrieks, movie dialogues, static walls, pulsating buzzes, low frequency drones and textural noise layers of tightly spaced crackles sounding almost like one complete tonal resonance, and the sudden blast of explosive harsh white noise make this the most appropriate accompaniment to an environment of terror. The constant evolving and low growling frequencies and dynamic audio elements deliver that shocking atmosphere of sheer violence and skin crawling anxiety.
|Dimensions||14 × 13 × 1 cm|