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Keiji Haino, Jim O'Rourke, Oren Ambarchi - Imikuzushi album

Keiji Haino, Jim O'Rourke, Oren Ambarchi - Imikuzushi album

  • Performer: Keiji Haino
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Imikuzushi
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: Experimental
  • MP3 version size: 1355 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1640 mb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 140

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Keiji Haino, Jim O'rourke & Oren Ambarchi: Be Careful of This Word "New" with It's Glittering Trap, The Universe Is Tired Please for Just One Second Stop Thinking, Who Is so Cleverly Manipulating the Word "Everything".

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This sprawling megalith of noise and tension casts the trio in traditional rock band roles, recorded completely live in Tokyo with O'Rourke on bass, Ambarchi as the drummer, and Haino limiting himself to highly effected guitar and vocals. All three are known for their work pushing sounds to their limits, so the choice to transplant themselves into such standard instrumentation becomes a challenge as to how far they can take this commonplace setup.

Things became a little clearer when Ambarchi moved to drums and O'Rourke to bass for 2011's In a flash everything comes together as one there is no need for a subject. Still, Haino's array of noise-making tools made it feel more like a ritual ceremony than a musical performance. From the very first second, our heroes' intentions are clear: They came to bang out ear-filling power-trio noise-rock.

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Massively anticipated re-match for the world-beating trio of guitarist/vocalist Keiji Haino, bassist Jim O’Rourke and drummer Oren Ambarchi: recorded live on January 6th 2011 at SuperDeluxe in Tokyo, this is classic post-Fushitsusha avant rock bombast at an insane high-energy peak. Totally phenomenal, one of the top five releases in the Haino discography, pretty much destroys any other contemporary ‘rock’ recording and already my album of the year. Comes with a beautiful gatefold sleeve and glossy photographic inners designed by Stephen O’Malley. Already completely sold out at source. Bass – Jim O'Rourke Drums – Oren Ambarchi Guitar, Vocals – Keiji Haino.

The yearly summit of Keiji Haino, Jim O Rourke and Oren Ambarchi continues with Imikuzushi, which finds the group extending the power-trio strategies of last years highly praised in a flash everything comes together as one there is no need for a subject (BT05) and bringing to them a newly sustained intensity. For this performance, Haino limits himself to electric guitar and vocals, forming complex networks of slashing rhythm work, noise squall and chromatic shredding, moving at times to near-silent passages of howled vocals and isolated, hanging guitar strums.