"the curse of the mummy began when many terrible events occurred after the discovery of king tut's tomb. legend has it that anyone who dared to open the tomb would suffer the wrath of the mummy..."
nobody knew where the rabbits went - one day they disappeared and were never seen again. only a few documents proved they even existed. years passed. there were rumours about a federation of ninjas overwhelming an unpremeditated audience, but before the legend became widespread there were more ominous tales being told: a congregation of mummies entering stages, taking no prisoners, making eardrums bleed... all these tall tales mentioned the same name: monokrom. after a long period of research, ant-zen obtained an aural and visual manifestation of these bandaged beings, and it is our duty to publicize it as a demonstration of the roughness and the savageness of ancient times: one fine day in the pyramid...
this very special artifact, packaged in a plaster bandaged sleeve, it will riddle scientists, musicologists and listeners for decades: a permanent breathtaking attack of contorted, cadenced noise, challenging your audio equipment to the highest peak. walls of grinding uproar, pulsating frequencies and warped, unknowable voices that add up to a primordial soup of sheer intensity. beware while listening! beware while watching! do you believe in the curse of the mummy? we will leave that for you to decide...
warning: this compact disc includes extreme aural frequencies. listen with extreme caution, at your own risk, and in the safety of your own pyramid dwelling!
including video: the return of the mummies of noise (wiz-ga-wiz)
more releases of monokrom:
released June 8, 2008