VULTURES > Great Discoveries And Plasma Ticks CDEP
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01. Easy Does It
02. Internal Plea (Infernal PTYL Remix by PTYL)
03. Live A Message
04. Vulture's Splendour (PTYL’s Way To Hell remix by PTYL)
05. Horrible Weather
06. Horrible Weather (Sus-No-Wo Remix by K-Nitrate)
07. Live A Message (Voodoo Chicken Messenger Remix by 21st Century Jesus)
08. Systematic (Systembolaget remix by PTSMC)
09. Live A Message (Repeatability Mix by Such)
10. Snow (Live)
Latest News is that the band split up before releasing their full length album. And due to technical problems the 21stCJ remix is damaged, the first 1:30 are missing. The full length version will be released on another MoMt CD soon.
MoMt Records Press Release on Vultures http://www.momt.co.uk
Coming from the troubled state of Israel, Vultures don’t have the time to inhale or exhale, but throw their spastic noise eruptions in your frightened face. Best described as Industrial sound system massacre, Vultures loose, roaring and aggressive clash of sounds is set to amaze you. Vultures combination of grinding guitars, pulsating electronics and slamming beats show that the not all Industrial is bad trance synthpop for the doom generation.
“Great Discoveries and Plasma Ticks” is a collection of new tracks and remixes that push the trademark Vultures sound into a hard electronic direction set to detonate dance floors across the world.
The album features remixes from PTYL, K-Nitrate, PTSMC, Such and 21st Century Jesus and was mastered by John Sellekars (Xingu Hill) at Metarc Studios, Belgium.
What the press has said about Vultures previous releases:
“Borrowing from the realms of old-skool industrial rock, gabber and digital hardcore, this four-track EP has a fine amount of menace and velocity. Just when you think the genre is entirely played out, something comes along to bitchslap you.” (Alternative Press – Vultures EP)
“Vultures are almost impossibly good. Clashing over the top peaks of influences like Strapping Young Lad and Alec Empire, into a strong framework of classic Industrial Metal, this is a raw, uncut black diamond” (Terrorizer – Vultures EP)
“Some 10 years ago now, we would have called it cyber-punk! The sound of Vultures is extremely powerful and aggressive..” (Sideline - Vultures EP)
“Vultures is something that is infectious and throttling to the senses; enough to ignite kidney haemorrhaging and cerebral carnage through their sonic density.” (Metal Bite Webzine – Vultures EP)
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Last updated 2007-04-12 22:39:08 by: JanHenrik.