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Dajjal C-90 review by Zeno Marx

13 February 2011 4,013 views No Comment

Dajjal – s/t C-90 on Cathartic Process

Aggressive, industrial noise with long, epic travel as it meanders through so many different lands, all with equally great skill. I’ve only listened to side A so far because something I enjoy this much is something I’m going to be patient absorbing. Blew me away. I was sometimes reminded of early noise industrialists, and at one point, I was thinking of Richard Ramirez during his I keep My Stuff Inside and /Alchemy of the 20th Century period. Says it was recorded live, and if so, and not well rehearsed prior to the recording, he was blessed with at least one 45-minute span of everything working for him. As much as it changes, it felt effortless. This is why I continue to listen to industrial music, and if I can find something this rewarding even once a year, I’m satisfied.

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