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Below is our complete Enbilulugugal news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Crucial Blast Records has just issued a brand new label sampler through a name-your-price BandCamp download here. You can also stream all the tracks below.
"Carrion Anthems" features a variety of tracks taken from new, recent, and forthcoming releases from Crucial Blast. Ranging from crushing death industrial, outré black metal, misanthropic power electronics, jet-black ambient, twisted blackened industrial heaviness, occult darkwave, and noise-damaged death metal, this twenty-two track compilation showcases Crucial Blast's latest forays into the strangest subterranea of the black/death/industrial/ambient underground. More...
The 2xCD issue of "Noizemongers For Goatserpent" from Enbilulugugal is out now via Crucial Blast. All 79 tracks can be heard in the player below or at Bandcamp here. The following press release was also issued about the set:
"Seventy-nine tracks of mayhem. One of Crucial Blast's favorite releases from the band, a vicious, hideous mass of churning blackened hatred and brain-warping chaos that has now been resurrected as a deluxe double disc set that features more than an hour and a half of bonus filth, all re-mastered for maximum ear-hate by Enemata Productions, and presented in a new digipack design with artwork from acclaimed underground illustrator Jeff Zornow." More...
On October 29th, Crucial Blast will unload a demolishing cyclone of hyperblast blacknoise musical scum with the seventy-nine song, 2xCD "Noizemongers For Goatserpent" by experimentalist Enbilulugugal. The following press release was issued about the album:
"Enbilulugugal's debut album Noizemongers For Goatserpent was a putrid eruption of low-fi black metal, harsh noise and experimental, anti-musical weirdness that arrived with a splat on the black/noise underground in 2004, infused with a Black Legions-style mix of weird invented mythology and garbled language. The album first appeared as a super-limited CDR released by the now-defunct Rusty Axe label, a home for some of the most demented experimental black metal of the past decade, and has been out of print in the physical realm for nearly a decade. It's been one of Crucial Blast's favorite releases from the band, a vicious, hideous mass of churning blackened hatred and brain-warping chaos that has now been resurrected as a deluxe double disc set that features more than an hour and a half of bonus filth, all re-mastered for maximum ear-hate by Enemata Productions, and presented in a new digipack design with artwork from acclaimed underground illustrator Jeff Zornow.
"The first disc features the original Noizemongers for GoatSerpent album, a twenty-nine 'song' assault of hyper-distorted blasphemy blasted out in minute-long eruptions of noise and violence. Barbaric black metal riffs and monotonous, primitive blastbeats are bathed in corrosive static, while bursts of stomping, catchy punk rock, insane cut-up experiments and harsh electronic noise all surface within Enbilulugugals bubbling bouillabaisse of blackened filth; a brain-damaged meeting between the primitive savagery of Von, early Beherit and Ildjarn, and the extreme psychedelic electronics of Japanese noise groups like Masonna and Incapacitants that reaches some sublime moments of ear-shredding evil and infectious necro-chaos.
"The other half of the first disc has Izedis's TnepreStaoG Rof SregnomezioN 'remixes,' which uses the original 'Goatserpent' album as the raw material for an onslaught of extreme electronic noise. The source material is rendered nearly unrecognizable, twisted and transformed by Izedis into washes of ghostly electronic synthdrift and harsh distorted noisescapes, sometimes taking on the appearance of demonic shortwave transmissions coming from outside our Universe, crushing cosmic synth meltdowns, or even more distorted and deformed blasts of glitch-riddled, chopped up black noise. More...