Release Date:03/11/2014;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. 2014 release from the heavy-handed Doom Jazz trio. With a crunching sound that is as teeth-chatterin...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:03/11/2014;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. 2014 release from the heavy-handed Doom Jazz trio. With a crunching sound that is as teeth-chattering heavy as Metal icons like Slayer and Megadeth or ferocious Grindcore groups like Napalm Death and Brutal Truth, yet is imbued with the freedom principle of such avant garde Jazz icons as saxophonists Marshall Allen, Albert Ayler and Peter Brotzman, the formidable instrumental power trio from Scotland known as Free Nelson Mandoom Jazz debuts on the London-based RareNoise label with a provocative double EP that will confound Jazz critics as it challenges the Thrash Metal/Grindcore community. Jointly named for the late South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela and the genre of fuzz-bass-inflected heavy-duty improvisation dubbed Doom Jazz, this renegade trio of bassist Colin Stewart, drummer Paul Archibald and alto saxophonist Rebecca Sneddon rattles the very grey matter of your brain on their imposing Shape of Doomjazz to Come/Saxophone Giganticus.;Track List:1. Where My Soul Can Be Free;2. Into the Sky;3. Masque of the Red Death;4. Nobody Fucking Posts to the Uae;5. K54;6. Saxophone Giganticus;7. Black Sabbath
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