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Kazeria - Nihilist Militant

Kazeria - Nihilist Militant
Label: Gradual Hate Records ‎– GH 133 CD  
Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition Digipack + Gas Mask Sz M41
Country: Spain
Released: 10 June 2017
Style: Industrial, Martial, Dark Ambien, Neoclassic

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GH 133 CD ES

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With this new album, Kazeria gathers a retrospective and very personal material. All tracks (or "explorations") are unedited and they were recorded between 2003-2007, pretty earlier to the formation of the project and on “a troubled personal time; one of militant nihilism” according to [S] own words. Neither hi-tech nor hi-fi were used in here. 

Back at that time [S] employed worn and minimal gear, using primitive recording technics (hand-manipulation, mostly) in order to create "old school" and minimalistic industrial, black / dark ambient and noise but including many elements that can be recognized on Kazeria´s later works.

 

 

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