Wednesday, March 5, 2014

NEW 2014 HOLY FUCK batch


The "HOLY FUCK" batch
 I watched you die "I want you all dead 7''lathe
 Boar "You're All Lame Fucks" 5'' lathe
Stress Orphan "Guttural"cdr
Scant "Only In Dreams Do I Know Im Dead"cdr

Wednesday, February 12, 2014


By the 7th of march I will have 4 new releases available for my trip to SUXBYSUXWEST4-

-Stress Orphan "Gutteral" CDr
-Scant "Only In Dreams Do I Know Im Dead" CDr
-I watched you die "I want you all dead" 7'' lathe
-Boar- "You Are All Lame Fucks" 5'' lathe

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

I watched you die,Cannibal Ritual,Burial Ground split cdr

I watched you die,Cannibal Ritual,Burial Ground split cdr 3way

 HNW brutality

Sunday, July 21, 2013

I watched you die/Nascitari split CDr

40min of total bleak,dark,HNW WORSHIP
limited to 12 copies
comes packaged in a black paper sleeve


Tuesday, March 19, 2013

OUT NOW! Boar "Dead Existence"

Boar "Dead Existence"
pro printed CD
9 harsh tracks total
Musique Machine review-
"Dead Existence" is the first full length pro done CD from this highly creative yet brutal Iowa based harsh noise project.  Boar (aka Alex Nowacki) has been in existence since 2007, and has amassed coming on for 40 releases that take in CDR’s, cassettes, and compilations. 
To start with this project was purely HNW, but over the last few years Nowacki has mixed in elements of harsh noise, drone, power electronics, and noisy experimentation into his releases. Many of "Dead Existence" tracks have a groundings with in the HNW sound, but Nowacki often expands & adds to their walled-noise template.
The release offers up nine tracks in all, and these each last between just over the minute & a half to just shy of the twelve minute mark- but most of the tracks fall around the five to seven minute mark.  On the whole the album offers up quite a variation in type of track, we go from  the grating &  rapid HNW of “The Dried Socket”, which mixers together churning ‘n’ roasting set/dense crusty static with for forking mid to upper ranged texturing.  Though to the brooding electro noise tone dwells of “Angel Skin Decaying”, which mixes together malevolent ‘n’ purring synth drone sustain, with piercing high pitch tone holds. Onto harsh noise/ HNW crossbreed of “The Fragrance that brought you back” which starts out as thick roasting & steadily galloping walled noise, before getting  ripped ‘n’ pummelled by  searing noise stretchers & churning violent textural slices/ grinds. Onto the last track “Walking Love Corpse” which see the sound move from a  mixture of tumbling yet locked walled noise & piercing drone sustain, onto juddering ‘n’ crusty walled noise earthy brutality  that concentrates on thick billowing/jittering textural sustains, before ending up  the circling grim grey glowing drone repetition.
My only criticism  of the album as a whole  is that there are no real long dwells in pure & lengthy HNW composition here, but then again I feel if there had been this might have unbalanced the albums flow somewhat. And I get the feeling this release is being used as a spring-board to get people into Boar’s sound, so longer lasting slices of HNW may have put some listeners off.
Clearly Nowacki has taken a lot of time work on and building these tracks, to make this release both brutal yet still relatively approachable to none hardcore HNW heads. On the whole I can highly recommending picking this up if you have any interest in creative Harsh Noise with a HNW or seared yet atmospheric drone leanings.

Vital Weekly review-
Breaching Static magnate Alex Nowacki is the likely-deaf fixture behind Boar, one of the obsessively productive characters of the contemporary noise underground. He's poured heaps of effort into 'Dead Existence,' a half-bleak/half-goofy title that hints at the nihilistic cinder-block of noise contained within. Over nine dense compositions, which range from from one-and-a-half to twelve minutes in length, he strings up a whole miniature world of ugly textures. I really admire Nowacki for concentrating his efforts on this release; whereas it's something of a noise tradition to churn out CDR after CDR of practice sessions, outtakes, and recordings collected while asleep at the mixing board, here Nowacki has directed all his energy towards a polished and coherent ALBUM. Although 'Dead Existence' is a CDR release, it involved a substantial investment: it's been pressed and printed professionally, decorated in a rich, mottled brown that portends its inner grotesqueness. Like most noise releases, it is difficult to identify a theme running through the release - apart from homeliness - and its abstract form eludes attempts to chart a consistent meaning or thesis that binds it together. Yet by wedding these tracks together he underscores the differences in grain between them: the cantankerous gravel of "Memory Lapse/Fuck/Gone," pierced by steamy laser-hits, diverts from the torrential blur of "72nd Death." Elsewhere the listener gets a-spankin' with some wiry giblets of high-pitched squall, which seep in through the chaos at occasional checkpoints. A few interludes even break from the ruckus: these offer an appreciated respite, as evidenced by the ominous "Angel Skin Decaying" and the last-gasp guitar hum that draws "Walking Love Corpse" to a close. As is often the case with noise releases, the track titles often take the macabre factor a tad too seriously, but that alone shouldn't discredit this ambitious work of longform noise. (MT)

Memory Wave Transmission review-
Boar is the project of Alex Nowacki who offers up nine brutal tracks of harsh noise and walls on Dead Existence. The number of tracks might seem a bit excessive even for a full-length release, but Boar’s agenda for this disc is to create shorter, more manageable walls that get in and get out. Long, unchanging walls aren’t really present on Dead Existence; instead, the emphasis lies on textures and patterning to create memorable walls that quickly morph into the next track.
There are a number of good walls on the disc, but Boar doesn’t stick to one device throughout. Many of the walls are fairly rigid throughout their running time – “Her Toxic” and “72nd Death” come to mind as two fairly traditional walls with rumbling and crackling static formations – but there are also those tracks that continue to swell as they move forward.
“The Dried Socket” is a crunchy wall with a heavy, fast-paced bass line, but listening closely to the interior of the static rewards the listener with quick bursts of high-pitched feedback. There’s a similar thing happening within “Memory Lapse/Fuck/Gone.” Opener “Watching the Tragedy Unfold” features a wavering rhythm along with a rushing background crunch, giving the track the illusion that it’s nearly out of control.
Dead Existence isn’t always just HNW, though. The devastating track “Angel Skin Decaying” features a super high-pitched feedback buzz throughout, along with short bursts of synth notes. Every time I hear this track, my ears are left ringing for at least fifteen minutes. Following that is “The Fragrance That Brought You Back,” an industrial-tinged track that wouldn’t seem out of place with a few vocals from Nowacki thrown in, and in fact some of the wall static textures feel like heavily-distorted screams. This is one of the best of the bunch too with its cut-up style breaks in the wall.
But the shorter form of the walls does tend to make some of them less memorable. The lead-in to “Distant Collapse” from “The Dried Socket” is the only thing that really seems to differentiate those two tracks from the other; even though they’re not the same textures, they sound pretty similar.
But the experimentation is noted, and Boar offers up some intense walls that, because of their shorter length, are easier to return to if the listener wants to relive the experience. This is a release perfect for those who like crunchy, bass-driven tones but don’t want to put in the time to listen to lengthy walls – and not only that, it’s got a ton of great sounds to offer up as well.
what to expect-
$7 USA

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Shipping has gone

That means I will need to raise the cost of releases. I know you are all probably sick of hearing this from every label but.... it needs to be done.. Nothing will come into effect until March 17th. Here are the changes....

$(not determined yet)-WORLD

on a brighter note....

 COMING SOON:(March 17th)
"Dead Existence"
Full length pro done CD

Friday, February 15, 2013


Horrible Mess
"The Well"CDr

Ritual Stance
"Struggle and Seduction"CDr
BS 48

Snuff Film
"Bone Collection"CDr
Die Reitenden Leichen
Burial Ground
"Chopping Mall"CDr
BS 51

Brutal,HARSH, in your face, fuck you HNW....the way it should be!
all 5 limited to 20 copies
packaged in a black paper sleeve.

$6 USA

(US ONLY)-$25 for whole batch
(WORLD ONLY)-$45 for whole batch
(no international trading due to shipping rates)