CORPORATION - NEKRO
Format : CD
Edition : 150 copies
Release date : 15 October 2015
Cat# : LH64
1 - Intro (2:55) [mp3]
2 - Death Race (5:22) [mp3]
3 - Nekro (8:12)
4 - Roleplay (13:05) [mp3]
5 - Horror Trip (6:29)
6 - Torture Chamber (6:23) [mp3]
7 - Dark Places (6:23) [mp3]
Murder Corporation new album!
Nekro lo-fi murky sounds will not disappoint fans of Murder Corporation grotesque world.
Nekro ultra depressing soundscapes, creepy silences and overdriven electronics are a masterful example of Italian extreme sonic expression.
Limited edition of 150 numbered copies in jewel case with an 8 pages booklet.
All images carefully selected by Moreno Daldosso.
9.90 (+ shipping)
Review from Vitalweekly.net
(..) why not start with
the all new work released by Murder Corporation, which is the musical project of Moreno
Daldosso, who started to play as Murder Corporation in 1992, 'nearly as a joke', after
hearing heavy metal, punk, hardcore, EBM and then industrial music, and taking inspiration
from Merzbow, Boyd Rice, William Bennett and Kevin Tomkin (and yes, I am not sure about
that 'nearly as a joke' either).
Murder Corporation uses tapes, noises, short waves and
distorted voices, along a sampler Akai S01 and tone generator. Much of this is of the
heavy, minimal variation type of noise, but that's not the case throughout.
Corporation can be stunningly silent, which is a great thing. 'Horror Trip' sounds far
away, like a motorway recorded from a great distance, the title track with the clicking
of a camera and moaning like some recording of a porno production, but it's set against
the monotony of 'Roleplay', which sounds like being trapped in a washing machine for
The 'quiet' pieces (i.e. the ones without noise and distortion) are
the ones I preferred: it is here were Murder Corporation shows his real talent in
creating some truly unsettling music; odd, alien and downright scary music, like an
excellent score to a horror movie. That would a career-path for him to follow!