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Merzbow ‎– Flesh Metal Orgasm

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Merzbow ‎– Flesh Metal Orgasm
Label: Old Europa Cafe ‎– OECD 319
Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered
Country: Italy
Released: Sep 2022
Style: Noise, Industrial
Recorded & Mixed at ZSF Produkt Studio, Tokyo on Sep 1988.
Remastered from original master tape on Jan 2010.
Originally released on ZSF Produkt 1988.
Later released on Blossoming Noise, USA 2010.

Sound Machines Specifications:

Tascam Porta Two 4ch
Maranz SD 255 2ch
Roland SDE 1000
KORG DRV 1000
METALS
FAN Motor
TEAC M09
YAMAHA AX500
ELECTRO HARMONICS Frequency Analizer
Roland Guitar Syntesizer
Guitar
ARION Metal Master
AKAI Moduration Delay
DOD Phaser
Boss Pitch Sifter Delay
Deleuze/Guattaris Anti Oedipe
Boss Dynamic Filter
Panasonic FM
No Keyboards
No Over Dubbing
No Mixing

Comes in a Digipak. Limited edition of 300 copies.

Merzbow is an extreme experimental music project created in Tokyo in 1979 under the direction of musician Masami Akita and is recognized as being one of the earliest projects in what has become known as Japanese noise. Highly prolific, Merzbow has released hundreds of recordings since 1979.

Originally Merzbow was formed in 1979 as a duo of Masami Akita and Kiyoshi Mizutani. In 1989 Kiyoshi Mizutani left and Merzbow became a solo project of Masami Akita. Since 1991 Merzbow became a trio of Masami Akita with Reiko Azuma (electronics and voice) and Tetsuo Sakaibara (aka Bara) (voice and dance). Since 1999 Merzbow became a solo project of Masami Akita again.

Akita’s early work consisted of industrial noise music made from tape loops and conventional instruments. Similar to his present albums, he produced lengthy, disorienting pieces.

During the 1990s Akita’s work became much harsher and was generally mastered at a louder volume than usual. These were heavily influenced by death metal and grindcore bands of the time (a prime example is the “Venereology” album). The mid-1990s saw Akita being heavily influenced by psychedelic bands and this was reflected in various albums.

OECD 319
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