Album Premiere: Drench Yourself in Demented Darkness with Noise Nightmare Offerbeest
Maurice de Jong is one of the most relentless music minds of our generation. Not only is he the mastermind, or perhaps obsessive mastermind, behind a myriad of extreme sonic adventures – Gnaw Their Tongues, Cloak of Altering, Grand Celestial Nightmare, Coffin Lurker, The Sombre, etc etc etc – he is marked for always delivering arresting, original and, yes, eviscerating performances. With that restless tradition in mind, he now returns with a brand-new album from his foray into the the sightless pit of humanity otherwise known as the noise project Offerbeest. The new offering, Dibri ("devil" in the Suriname language of Sranan Tongo), will release via the great Tartarus Records on Friday, May 5th, and explores dictators, mass-murders African war lords, SouthEast Asian dictators, American criminals, and more.
I am, thus, extremely happy to be able to share Dibri in all its glory ahead of its release this Bandcamp Friday. You'll be able to also get one of the only 100 tape copies Tartarus will release tomorrow. If you've ever dreamt of a more violent, percussive version of Gnaw Their Tongues attack, then step right in. You can listen to Dibri after the jump. Just as a side note, I think it's pretty cool this is the third premiere I have done with Mories of the third different project, the others being The Sombre and Cloak of Altering. Hopefully more to come in the future.
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