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Detrimental Effect – Your Truth (2019)

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I ran into Detrimental Effect before. In 2017 the debut tape was released on Unsound.

As “To Brandon Bryant”, “Your Truth” contains an excellent piece of aggressive death industrial. Industrial rhythms, noise, fierce vocals, name it. There are harsher and more tranquil tracks.

This album fits well in Tesco’s roster with Deathpanel, Moral Order and the like. If you like a project such as Ex.Order, Operation Cleansweep or Gnawed, you may be interested in this album. Detrimental Effect sounds more aggressive than the names I mentioned though. Perhaps I should have just said Genocide Organ.

Anyway, I guess you get the idea. Old-fashioned industrial noise and good too.

Links: Detrimental Effect, Tesco

Detrimental Effect – To Brandon Bryant (mc 2017)

Once again thanks to Noise Receptor for bringing this tape to my attention. It was Noise Receptor who introduced me to Am Not and hence Unrest Productions, now I learn about an Unrest sublabel, Unsound.

What is a bit weird is that Unrest releases cds, vinyl and tapes and Unsound also releases tapes and according to Discogs also vinyl. Noise Receptor understands that Unsound aims at cheaper productions that can be released with higher speed. Indeed, the three Unsound tapes that I got come in cardboard sleeves with black and white printing, while the Unrest tapes that I have come in a normal case.

That said, Detrimental Effect makes a not too extreme kind of noise with pulsating rhythms and rough, screamed vocals. Perhaps the sound is somewhat akin to that of Anenzephalia here and there. For some reason when there are vocals in noise (or voice samples) the music is ‘plussed up’ in my head. Detrimental Effect has a bit of the Unrest style of not too complex noise, but with vocals. There is good use of samples in the background, not too many high pitched sounds and plenty of low frequencies, another element that raises my ratings. The atmosphere is certainly descent and the sound is often that of good-old industrial noise, but not the chaotic, unstructured style.

This is Detrimental Effect’s debut release and it surely is promising.

Link: Unsound Recordings