It was only a matter of time travel before this became inevitable. Coincidences of space-time anomalies and political outrage have led to a split LP between these two one man bands created by the same person. On this release, the two bands have opposite approaches to extreme music – progressive and regressive.
If PSUDOKU’s previous album Deep Space Psudokument had a third side, this would be it. On Report From the 10th Dimension, futuristic 70s progressive grind is once again consolidated with surf rock and electronic classical. Prepare for raging interstellar speed and dense musical information overload.
The Parlamentarisk Sodomi side is entitled Demo 2018 and is the first PS demo since 2007. This is 11 crude, straightforward and fast hc/grind/noise tunes partially recorded on cassette.
On side A of this 7″ EP there are 5 heavy hardcore punk/grind tracks. On side B there are an unknown number of noisegrind songs grouped into 10 tracks. Just like on the 2017 split 7″ EP with Gynekologene, this is Parlamentarisk Sodomi as a duo, with Hålgård Kalverud on vocals.
The main themes of this release are nuclear war, cannibalism during nuclear war, sports during nuclear war, as well as sexual deviance and disease (for instance diarrhea) among politicians and other powerful people.
Released August 2017 by Snack Ohm Tapes (NO), Lukket Avdeling Records (NO), Deaf Death Husky Records (FR) and Nuclear Alcoholocaust Records (FR).
July 21: Rokycany, Czech Republic – Fluff Fest
July 22: Barcelos, Portugal – Milhões de Festa
August 13: London, UK – Chimpyfest
10 track LP coming in 2018.
The development of futuristic 70s progressive grind continues, and this time surf rock, doom and electronic classical is incorporated. This is progressive grind that has time travelled backwards an entire year from the future.
01. KCultraVIII_8000 (1:50)
02. KATASTROFALEjusteringer (4:45)
03. hq_[LQ] (2:26)
04. spaceBURIEALiz_9 (1:57)
05. ZpRNVphNtz (2:46)
06. TODesprog_3000 (2:06)
07. KRISEzettinx.PCM (3:42)
08. EDB-doom (2:09)
09. KOSMISQUE_trapp (3:35)
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