Carnal Panzer Ritual / Sendung für Deines Mark

by Rupor Udara / Kryptogen Rundfunk

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Gathering two russian projects involved in the "Zhelezobeton" label, this split demonstrates the cold, heart-freezing power electronics of Rupor Udara and the old-school electric discharges of Kryptogen Rundfunk in an essential and condensed 36 minutes.

As soon as the pulsating loops and suffocating piano lines of "Demagnetizator" kick in, Rupor Udara builds up an emotional and painfully brutal world of raw vocals and understated melancholy, with tracks such as "My Daughter Is No More" proving themselves to be monuments to his skills.

During the second part of the split, the focus shifts to Kryptogen Rundfunk's cunning abuse of analog retro-electronics and pounding drones. "Sendung für deines Mark" is only a small sampling of what this project has in store for us, but what a sampling it is. Mechanical loops duel with warm intoxicating bass drones for the spotlight, and once they've kicked in ("Maschinentanz"), there's no shutting down this engine.

The disc ends with the brief and climatic "Kill'n'Dance", welding together the two projects for 2 minutes of chaotic drumbox madness and inhuman vocals.

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released August 23, 2003

RUPOR UDARA: All songs written and recorded between Dec. 2001 and Jan. 2002 except for "Natural Evolution" written in Jul. 2001. Powered in Jan. 2002. All vocals and music done by Rupor Udara except for "Natural Evolution" - vocals done by Dmitriy I. This work is dedicated to the heaviest reality.

KRYPTOGEN RUNDFUNK: All songs written and recorded in Jan. 2002. Track "Kill'n'Dance" recorded in Jan. 2002. Everything is mixed in Oct. 2002 in MM Home Studio.

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Kryptogen Rundfunk Saint Petersburg, Russia

Noise / soundscape project from St. Petersburd. Radiowaves, electricity, noise drafts and drone lines.

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