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Red Harvest - New World Rage Music (1,5/10) - Norway - 2001

Genre: Industrial Metal
Label: Nocturnal Art Productions
Playing time: 34:20
Band homepage: Red Harvest

Tracklist:

  1. Intrusion
  2. Ad Noctum
  3. Move Or Be Moved (Preview)
  4. Swallow The Sun
  5. Pity The Bastard
  6. Final Scorn
  7. Absolut Dunkel:Heit
  8. The Supreme Truth
  9. Terrorsonic Zoldiac
Red Harvest - New World Rage Music
Noise.

This album doesn't sound like music at all to me, it's only noise. What happens when you hear noise during ten seconds? You're annoyed. What if the noise lives for a minute or two? You get pissed off and want it to stop. What if that noise keeps on attacking your hearing for as long as 34 minutes? YOU WANT TO BREAK EVERYTHING AROUND YOU AND TEAR YOUR EARS OFF AND SCREAM UNTIL YOUR EARDRUMS BURST!!!

I have to do this quickly, because I can't stand it much longer. RED HARVEST's "New World Rage Music" probably could be described as some kind of experimental Industrial Death Metal-hybrid. Pretty long title for such mediocre music. Beyond the whiny monotonous vocals lie boring guitar-riffs and looped electronic sounds and gizmos. The tracks are undeveloped and simply repetitive and empty. I can't say much more than that, not only is it not worth it, but I just can't listen to that album any more!

Not for me and frankly, not for anyone sane enough to recognize music from pure crappy noise!

Mathieu Bibeau



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