LEGS RECS 004: Geiger Counter

by CoreCaine

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  • Limited Edition 7"
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    Two track 7" Strictly Limited Edition
    110 copies + handstamped/numbered A3 poster insert, 5 Test Press copies.

    A. CoreCaine - Geiger Counter Next Level
    B. Junkie Kut - Pixel Picture (CoreCaines Talking Machine Remix)

    Includes unlimited streaming of LEGS RECS 004: Geiger Counter via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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  • TEST PRESS
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    5 test press copies were made, we have 3 for sale.

    Includes unlimited streaming of LEGS RECS 004: Geiger Counter via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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"More Legs Akimbo-sponsored speedcore extremism! The label seems to focus primarily on 7" releases, and this one comes from the German outfit CoreCaine, debuting here with two tracks of raw, brutal speedcore that combines trace elements of extreme metal with a vicious hardcore techno assault.
Corecaine blasts out one such assault of grinding speedcore on the first side, "Geiger Counter Next Level" initially creeping forth in a mess of broken industrial beats, warped horror-movie strings and filthy synth-bass, then assembling itself out of shards of searing metallic noise and pounding migraine rhythms, the 4/4 jackhammer kicks crashing into juddering noise-drenched breakdowns and bursts of digitized blast beats. The whole side weaves through these raw gabber assaults and distorted digi-grind seizures, with nary a synth melody in earshot.
The other side has Corecaine remixing a track from UK speedcore extremist Junkie Kut, resulting in a spastic, wildly chaotic track with ever-shifting tempos and time signatures, the squelchy drum programming flying from broken breakbeats to crazed blast beats to sputtering off-kilter rhythms, monstrous vocalizations and whooshing synth noise rising out of the chopped-up chaotic blastscape, crushing death-metal style guitars dropped over the relentless pounding kick drums. This track alone is worth picking up the 7" for, particularly if you're a fan of the Bong-Ra / Drumcorps / Dev|Null style of violent, metal-tinged breakcore" - Crucial Blast

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released October 16, 2012

Mastered By Tom "Nuh" Owen
Artwork By {R!P} RedInsurgentPanda Design

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