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is a project of Rhizom / Graz / Austria as part of the V:NM festival. listening sessions, statements, discourse, artwork, installation with following amazingv austrian labels: chmafu nocords, god records, rock is hell, epileptic media, numavi records and interstellar records.
this project runs from may 23rd till may 27th 2017 at Rhizom / Palais Attems / Graz.

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INT013 - BUG/GODSENTUS



INT 013 | 10" (one-sided)
BUG/GODSENTUS versus

release date: july 8th, 2007
INTERSTELLAR REC. int013
HIRNTRUST GRIND MEDIA hirntrust07

This is the first of our - so planned - split series together with hirntrust grind media, limited to 100 copies total.

BUG meets GODSENTUS, austria meets austria, psychotic noise rock meets death, hate, fear and anger. as a bonus m.a.a.strang&nocore and tronstoner/nsa added godsentus stuff remixed.

/a1 BUG jesus jackson
/a2 GODSENTUS spaetlese
/a3 M.A.A.STRANG&NOCORE cuntsentus (gsu-remix)
/a4 TRONSTONER/NSA stalinorgel (gsu-remix)


BUG

line-up:
oliver altmayr
andreas deutinger
markus dolp
pete hofer

title: jesus jackson
recorded by: löwengrube
mastering by: alexander jöchtl

GODSENTUS

line-up:
georg durstberger
alex lippmann
arnold mitterbauer

title: spaetlese
recorded by: godsentus


artwork by: metadrain@gmx.at

downloads:
artwork [tif]
int013-mp3 [mp3/zip]
int013-flac [flac/zip]

reviews:
Auf 100 Stück limitiert, präsentiert sich die neue 10" split BUG/GODSENTUS als erstes Release einer Interstellar Records/Hirntrust Grindmedia - Serie. Schade nur, dass diese 10" etwas kurz geraten ist. Sie ist nur einseitig bespielt, mit jeweils einer Nummer von BUG bzw. GODSENTUS und Bonusmaterial in Form von Remixes zweier GODSENTUS Nummern von m.a.a.strang&nocore und tronstoner/nsa. Die Noise Rocker BUG sind gewohnt psychotisch, druckvoll und intensiv, weben dichte Gitarren- und Schlagzeugstränge, die durchbrochen werden von einer unverkennbar abgründigen und verstörendn Stimme. GODSENTUS - zwischen "Death Metal und Grindcore, mit Hardcoreeinflüssen" - stehen dem ganzen Wahnsinn in Nichts nach. Es scheint, als würde man zwei schrecklich wütenden Monstern ins Auge blicken (vielleicht sogar den eigenen Dämonen) ... und man kann ihnen nicht entkommen!
Diese Split hinterlässt jedenfalls einen bleibenden Eindruck - für wenige Minuten öffnet sich eine dunkle Welt vor dem inneren Auge und erweckt das Bedürfnis, sie nach dem Durchlauf der letzten Rille sofort wieder zu betreten! Mehr davon!! (KAPUZINE maria)

Zwei unterschiedliche Arten von Noise als Musik und Noiselabels treffen aufeinander, und obwohl es an allen Ecken und Enden kracht, läuft doch alles harmonisch ab.Liegen immerhin alle auf der selben Seite. Um nicht zu sagen: Saite.BUG knallen einen traditionellen Noiserock-Kracher vor den Latz, GodSentUs hebeln brachial einen ebenso fest in den Wurzeln verankerten Hardcore-Kanten aus der Wand. Es wummert im Beton, die Noiserockfraktion ist happy. Aber dann werden noch zwei brachial bratzende Todesdisco-Remixe von GodSentUs-Tracks draufgelegt, damit es in der Hütte auch ordentlich raucht, brennt und feuert.Dancefloor-Killer aus interferenz-zerstörter, ungeerdeter Spannung. So können alle zufrieden sein.Kurz und bündig, knackig und direkt, ein Fest für alle Sinne im Sinne von immer fest drauf bis es direkt knackt im Bund. (THE GAP georg)

One new song by favorite Austrian noise rockers Bug and one new song by Austrian hardcore monsters God Sent Us, adorned by two mixes of God Sent Us songs by Adam Strang and NSA respectively – you see, sometimes it doesn’t take all that much to make people happy. The Austrian underground is still alive, it seems, despite of myspace and music downloading, despite drum and bass hype and goa raves all around, despite mass events like 3-day festivals and the mega success of the Austrian Popstars-ripoff. No, there are some people interested in real noise, be it from the side of bands getting on a stage and blasting away or from the side of electronic sound manipulators getting behind their machines and blasting away. Hm, I think, instead of perusing the old and downtrodden opposition of analogue and digital, which has completely lost its sense in the last years, I'll introduce the band / project – opposition for use. And I am happy to announce that this one sided ten inch record is the first step to overcome this new paradigma by setting up two bands and two noise projects on the same side of a record. In the words of Nelson Munz: "Ha Ha". Oh well, whatever.
I cannot get enough of Bug. Their song "Jesus Jackson" (I have no clue if it has to do with either the musician of the same name or it is a commentary on the status of Michael Jackson in our medialized world or if it is something else completely) is a crunchy, dense rocker with a groovy noiserock basis and rusty, edgy vocals – compare Tex Perkins if you will for evil fucker attitude. This song says: don't even think of trying to fuck with me, because you'll be stone cold dead a second after. I want to hear more of them.
"Spätlese" by God Sent Us has the same "no fuck with me"-attitude. That used to be called a "take no prisoners"-attitude ten years ago, but this is the Asian century so we probably should go with their clumsy syntax, at least what I learned of their syntax from hc/punk-record lyric sheets. Anyway, the song has the same crunchy, heavy push all through the mosh parts and the riffage part. Super cool and pounding like a steel drill. Just like before, the fun is over too soon.
The same is true for the two remixes, one of them, "Cuntsentus" by Adam Strang, being a feedbacked noise orgy like early Masonna, the other by NSA (I can't remember what the N stands for, but the SA is Squid Autopsy… sorry, my memory, I am an old man and I am gonna die exhausted.) is just as fucked up but introduces an (equally fucked up) beat to the mix. Enjoy.
What else is to say, except that you should already have taken out a subscription to the heavy shit on Hirntrust Grind Media. The 10" by Rank Sinatra was great and 1bomb<1target, the hausundhof-project of the label is as far out as is possible in the ranks of mean noise. And everybody knows that I love whatever Interstellar is doing. So, noiserock and noise and two great local labels – does anybody really expect any kind of objectivity from me? (CRACKED georg)

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