LEGS RECS 006: Nonsensical Nightstalking

by Sadistic Foxician

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  • Limited Edition 7"
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    108 hand-stamped/numbered copies with insert + 5 Test Press copies.

    50 copies in pink sleeves
    50 copies in green sleeves
    8 copies in other sleeves

    A. If You're Not Evil You Can Bugger Off!
    B. Richie's Happy Puppets

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"Another slab of spastic, violent beat-destruction and noise from the Legs Akimbo label, Sadistic Foxician's Nonsensical Nightstalking is the debut release from this Uk duo, who specialize in a mix of crushing gabber and abstract drill n' bass for these two tracks. Opening with blasts of apocalyptic bass and plumes of black smoke, "If You're Not Evil You Can Bugger Off!" slowly uncoils its evil ambience via distorted synths and frenetic drum n' bass rhythms across the first side of the 7"s, splattering the hard skittering rhythms with a variety of drill-kill electronics and mutant vocals, bursts of flesh-shredding distortion and chopped-up beats. After a while, the track suddenly shifts into mean, pounding gabber rhythms, mixing that sledgehammer 4/4 assault with lots of crazed, chaotic percussive samples, ancient analogue electronic noises and creepy, unidentifiable samples, in the end finding itself in an odd spot lodged between the frantic drill n bass mania of Shitmat and the brutal, distorto-speedcore thuggery of the Bloody Fist camp. The other track "Richie's Happy Puppets" opens with the sound of mournful, jazzy horns amid blasts of chunky synth-crush before twisting into another abrasive, maniacal drum n' bass / gabber assault, the programmed rhythms veering between super-heavy industrialized funk to almost grindcore-like speeds when they really start to lay on the gas. This stuff is pretty harsh, just like everything else that Legs Akimbo has brought us, although this skews closer to "regular" breakcore / speedcore compared to the extreme speedcore/black metal/digi-grind abuses that this label usually assaults us with. Comes in a colored sleeve, each copy hand-stamped and numbered in an edition of one hundred and eight copies, and includes a Xeroxed insert" - Crucial Blast


released September 15, 2012




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