Thursday, November 17, 2011

Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Osore-zan / Doo No Kenbai (1976)

Audio black mass, dragged up the mountain to be sacrificed, heart held high by high priest than thrown into a mouth of hell and ripped apart by demons and devil’s angles and people who did bad things while they were alive. Each Chamber a nightmare, than a stone fuckin’ groove, ‘Cause they can boogie down in hell.

It begins with the best opening scream on the east side of T.V. Eye or Number of the Beast, a sonic horror film, this record should be listened to and not heard. You can’t hang out, work on your car or clean the house. You need to prepare for the ceremony, light the incense and candles, close all the lights, put the tin foil on the windows and recite the banishing ritual of the lesser pentagram. Luckily it only lasts about 40 minutes. That's a little longer than a real nightmare and a lot less than a bad LSD trip.

Geinoh Yamashirogumi is described as a music collective that, not unlike hell, consisted of over a hundred people from all walks of life. They are responsible for the “Akira: Original Soundtrack”

Get a hold of it at the legandary Mutant Sounds.


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