blast furnace is the second toxic candy by the seattle-based project converter. the constructor, scott sturgis, melds a tribal inferno of paranoid intensity and barbaric sweetness.
ingredients: distorted percussion, cracking torn synths, red crystal incense, harsh noisy beats, tribal voyages, grinding mechanics, massive infernos, tibetan herbals, ripping breakbeats, slow crushing rotations, brain attacks, mutated machine oil, short moments of silence, isolated bombs, post-apocalyptic waste, abrasive dynamics, hacking statics, corroding iron fire, catastrophic eruptions, fuel-injected adrenaline, 4 screaming cats, power noise, pure joy of listening and excitement, abusive techno beats, barbed tints of rocket fuel, chaotic bursts, thick strings, high blood pressure, scratched melodies, dark chilling emptiness, exploding acid rain, technoid rhythm noise, smooth violence, frightening ambience, reversed air, hypnotic tension, no expectations to sing along, brutal complexity, japanese density, broken meat, crashing structures, sugar - not saccharin, straightforward penetration, electrical shocks, bombastic environments, obscure frightening ambience.
do not take candy from strangers.
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