More intense Japanese hard-drive carnage from Neus-318! I discovered this Japanese CDR label a few months ago, and while much of their catalog is made up of kooky abstract computer noise and glitch collages, some of their stuff is straight up skullripping digital noise that leans towards the psychedelic ends of the Japanese noise scene. I scoured their catalog and picked up their most aggro, brain wasting releases for Crucial Blast, which Japanese noise fans should definitely check out.
Crazed and intense computer noise is what this Japanese laptop duo cooks up on their second CD-R for Neus-318, one of the labels older titled from 2001. It's also one of the noisiest and most abrasive discs in the series. Thirty-five tracks of harsh, chaotic digital skree served up in 1-2 minute blasts, a constant stream of white hot laser-beam attacks, fuzzy balls of distorted feedback, brutal CD glitch and malfunctioning Atari 2600 bleeps...this is violent, unpredictable noise that sounds like a hundred sci-fi movie scores all being played back at once and compressed into short jagged blurts. Pheromonsterdisk also designed this disc to be played back at random so that all of the tracks can be heard in an endless variety of sequences, just like that Bizarre Uproar CDR on Housepig. It's spastic digital carnage that sounds like the result of classic Japanese harsh noise artists like Incapacitants, Pain Jerk, or Masonna utilizing an arsenal of ancient video game machines and unleashing a swarm of crunchy galactic blastscapes. Comes in a paper/plastic felt-backed sleeve.