another in the group of polish noise releases i have been receiving, one-man noise project feldgrau's 'locust eater' feels like a collection of punctuated sonic atmospheres. wastelands of static shattered by harsh electronic blasts, frosty gurgling winds and chirping that die off abruptly. isolated crumbs of noise. it feels harsh and it is probably supposed to with song titles like 'the art of waterboarding' (an apt title for the particular tune, which sounds like water in many ways) and 'we've burnt the nearest ikea store'.
name your price for it digitally right here, or head over to the darker days ahead label out of minneapolis, MN and grab it on spray painted 3" CDR in a ziplock back with a tinfoil sleeve and 'damaged paper' liner notes (yes).