Pretty nice. Mind CollageReview: Intense grind from Japan. It's pretty fast, tight, and really raw as well, the sound production gives some sort of noisy rough edge.
It's the first time I listen to them, but they're really that way, I hope I can hear more soon. Social lyrics and stuff, you know the deal Near full-mark, it's brilliant grind. The kind of well-oiled grind machine that blasts its way through your brain. Deep low roars emphasized by hysterical screams, ruthless grindcore riffs, speedy drums, short songs and devastating violence Great big heavy sound and all.
Definitely one of the best grind bands around. And oh, the cover photo is one of the scariest things I've seen. Well that's just high quality stuff like everything out on this label is likely to be. Just kill me. Not the harsh and saturating type of noise music really.
Guitar sound is quite clean, but riffs are twisted, incoherent and raw. The drums are damn messy and not catchy, songs are just real short. Thank you for registering, please check your email to confirm your account and complete the registration process.
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I've done this the last few nights, and for the most part it worked, and I managed to fall asleep in under an hour normally takes me hours. This seems to work for me at least right now , so it can't hurt to share. I feel myself breathing. At this point, don't worry about the breaths being even -- just breath. Next, I envision myself in a large box made of clear plastic. I'm inside, and all my thoughts are outside.
Like mini tv screens, they flicker and move, but I don't hear them. Some slip in, and I shush them away. Count backwards from to 1 or vice versa -- the numbers themselves don't matter, as I'm forcing myself to focus on something other than not thinking. Why clear plastic? Simply put -- if I try and black my thoughts out, then it's twice as hard to keep them at bay; like my mind is insulted by me trying to get rid of the thoughts, combined with me becoming afraid that I may forget a really good idea or something.
However, by seeing them and only seeing them , every thought is validated, my mind doesn't go ape, and I can experience a few moments of inner peace. I feel like a librarian enforcing the quiet rule to a bunch of roudy school kids. Yelling at them only makes them madder, louder, more forceful. Patience, a good shush, and sometimes a gentle hand pushing them outside of the box seems to work.
Sitting in the box takes awhile, and sometimes my mind floats off, and I hafta say, 'I am sitting in my box. Once I feel okay that the thoughts are staying back, I slip down through a trap door into the blackness of the universe.
A little explanation -- since I live in my head, and I think so darned much, it makes sense to me that there's a universe in my head. All those thoughts need room Upon slipping in or out, depending on how you look at it , I feel a comforting wave wash over me which sometimes triggers thoughts, and I end up in my box again.
Sometimes I keep counting, sometimes I don't. Sometimes the counting is too loud and inhibits the peace I'm trying to find. Totally depends on the moment. Last night, I realized that I had no purpose beyond floating in the blackness which, the last few nights, was so peaceful that it sent me to sleep!
The blackness became such a bright white that I had to close my 'eyes'.. The only problem that I'm having with this method is that I can't keep my visions up for long. Noise, light, my cat, an itch.. Besides that, my mind is an impatient child, constantly nagging me 'now what?
I sat and watched the images that I pushed outside of my box for awhile, realized that I couldn't clearly see one single thought, but rather a mashed kalidescope. That was neat, for about 3 minutes. Floating in my universe, like I said, is peaceful, but totally uneventful.
That's all I have so far. Lemme know how it works if anyone decides to try it. Does anyone have any advice for what could be next? And what to do about not being able to keep the vision up for long? Wow - that there is one long post. Report shows group likely to commit financial infidelity.
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