Richard Ramirez’s long-standing noise monolith comes together with a new 30 minutes of nightmarish wall-noise. This tape starts off with an unsettling ambience, before rearing its ugly head into the world of true crime and an entire family killed in cold blood. Minimal sound sources create a black hole of harshness that sucks the listener into the night of the murder, offering no light at the end of the title. Despite decades of noise dominance through hundreds of aliases and project names, there is a reason that Werewolf Jerusalem continues to spark excitement into the hearts of harsh noise fans who are in the know with Richard’s work. For those who are not familiar, this tape is a fantastic starting point to descend into the madness.