For the sequel to 2015's film evisceration case study, we disfigure four vhs gore classics directed by Olaf Ittenbach. Ittenbach's films (and creative/extreme special fx gore masterwork) push the limits of splatter and require great resolve for even the most desensitized of mutants to endure. Bits and pieces of decayed vhs audio are crudely stitched together to create dark and unpleasantly rotting ambient discompositions. Nasties included in this three-hour set include: Black Past (1989), Premutos (1997), Beyond the Limits (2003), and the masterpiece, The Burning Moon (1992). Edition of 20 double cassettes, full-color artwork. All sound sampled, mixed, and edited (from the films) by D.Dlugosielski, 2017.
supported by 4 fans who also own “Doorways to Hell II: Sculptures of Ittenbach”
Varied sonic collages, colorful as the eye-grabbing album art, twist and turn throughout Rossetto's "Fashion Tape." It's a delightful release that combines the artist's intimate drones with an almost playful plundering of samples and sounds. jckmd