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Tracklist

1 Infernal Machine 5:14
2 Rise Automatons 6:51
3 Chrome Leviathan 2:52
4 Womb 3:39
5 At The Mountains Of Madness 6:14
6 Blinding White Light 6:40
7 Lava Box 5:09
8 Cross The Static Ocean 8:16
9 Transmit.Disintegrate 6:32
10 Atom Thresher 4:27

Credits

  • Photography By – Eric Hogg
  • Producer – Eric Hogg
  • Vocals [Pedal Manipulation & Screaming] – Fairen Berchard (tracks: 1)
  • Written-By – Eric Hogg

Notes

Available from artist's Bandcamp page.

Cthulhu Detonator - Infernal Machines FLAC album

Musician performer: Cthulhu Detonator

Title: Infernal Machines

Date of release: 2012

Style: Noise, Experimental, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1739 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 902

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DarK-LiGht
'Infernal Machines' plows a furrow somewhere between noise and experimental electronica. Rather than the squalls of static that many associate with this genre, Cthulhu Detonator carves and assembles these sources into rhythmic arrangements. Production is nuanced and rich in detail throughout the album. On tracks like 'Womb' and 'Blinding White Light' beautiful melodies are implemented and offset by abrasive cacophonies and treatments: the effect is overall familiar to listeners who may have heard Belong's 2006 album 'October Language', but CD still manages to find his own voice with a presumably similar goal in mind.Music that is ahead of the status quo, that hybridizes genres in a novel and unexpected way, tends to be divisive. 'Infernal Machines' occupies a largely uninhabited junction between Merzbow and Autechre and those adventurous enough to let this album seep in will be rewarded by a unique sonic experience.
DarK-LiGht
'Infernal Machines' plows a furrow somewhere between noise and experimental electronica. Rather than the squalls of static that many associate with this genre, Cthulhu Detonator carves and assembles these sources into rhythmic arrangements. Production is nuanced and rich in detail throughout the album. On tracks like 'Womb' and 'Blinding White Light' beautiful melodies are implemented and offset by abrasive cacophonies and treatments: the effect is overall familiar to listeners who may have heard Belong's 2006 album 'October Language', but CD still manages to find his own voice with a presumably similar goal in mind.Music that is ahead of the status quo, that hybridizes genres in a novel and unexpected way, tends to be divisive. 'Infernal Machines' occupies a largely uninhabited junction between Merzbow and Autechre and those adventurous enough to let this album seep in will be rewarded by a unique sonic experience.
Sti
via http://harshnoise.org/“Infernal Machines” is my very first review submission. Suddenly, reviewing albums started to feel like a responsible and serious task.Cthulhu Detonator is a solo act brought to life in 2011 by a Canadian musician Eric Hogg. This is his debut album and his first attempt at more extreme type of sound.It was utterly difficult to overcome my aversion towards digital releases. From my experience, most albums published via the internet by net labels or artists themselves are usually poor, or – best case scenario – mediocre. To be honest, I wouldn’t even listen to this album if I ever came across it on the web. The artwork is very off-putting and the Comic Sans font is definitely a graphic design faux pas. That said, I hoped that this album will be a positive surpriseWell, this is not harsh noise. The majority of the tracks fall into the cheesy, poorly executed experimental music category. The sounds lack energy, and the album as a whole is pretty boring. To be honest, it’s very difficult to say much more about the contents of Infernal Machines.On the other hand, Cthulhu Detonator has managed to incorporate some interesting editing techniques, for instance – hard panning and stuttering in “Chrome Leviathan” or psychedelic DSP modelling in “Lava Box”. Still, this is not enough to make an interesting album. I literally had to force myself to pay attention to the music.There is a long way ahead of Cthulhu Detonator but the unorthodox editing techniques might just be the key to success in this case.http://cthulhudetonator.bandcamp.com/
Sti
via http://harshnoise.org/“Infernal Machines” is my very first review submission. Suddenly, reviewing albums started to feel like a responsible and serious task.Cthulhu Detonator is a solo act brought to life in 2011 by a Canadian musician Eric Hogg. This is his debut album and his first attempt at more extreme type of sound.It was utterly difficult to overcome my aversion towards digital releases. From my experience, most albums published via the internet by net labels or artists themselves are usually poor, or – best case scenario – mediocre. To be honest, I wouldn’t even listen to this album if I ever came across it on the web. The artwork is very off-putting and the Comic Sans font is definitely a graphic design faux pas. That said, I hoped that this album will be a positive surpriseWell, this is not harsh noise. The majority of the tracks fall into the cheesy, poorly executed experimental music category. The sounds lack energy, and the album as a whole is pretty boring. To be honest, it’s very difficult to say much more about the contents of Infernal Machines.On the other hand, Cthulhu Detonator has managed to incorporate some interesting editing techniques, for instance – hard panning and stuttering in “Chrome Leviathan” or psychedelic DSP modelling in “Lava Box”. Still, this is not enough to make an interesting album. I literally had to force myself to pay attention to the music.There is a long way ahead of Cthulhu Detonator but the unorthodox editing techniques might just be the key to success in this case.http://cthulhudetonator.bandcamp.com/