Posts Tagged ‘industrial’

Proud to reveal the first of many arms to D.N.P. This edition of Phantom Circuit features ‘Dub Not Pop’ in session. Three tracks in total.

Many thanks to (the mighty) Phantom Circuit for inviting D.N.P to perform. Their support is massively appreciated.

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‘These are those who kill with cuts’. A protest of sort, listing the names of the politicians who vote to worsen the lives of the vulnerable and setting the names to a suitable soundtrack. 

D.N.P is proud to be once again included in a compilation from the revived ‘Terse Tapes’ label. ‘Terse Greetings 2015’ is all you will have come to expect from a ‘Terse Tapes’ issue. All except they are no longer released on cassette that is.

Two tracks by D.N.P’s ‘Dead Neutron Partikel’ division, ‘Fast Forward’ (Track 1) and ’70s DJ Guilt’ (Track 11), are released for your pleasure.

Many thanks to Tom Ellard (Severed Heads/Founder of Terse Tapes) and Kevin Busby (guest compiler) for this honour.

D.N.P…Dona Nobis Pacem…Grant us peace

I am proud to announce the release of ‘Rotting Away’ on the superb Petroglyph label. Download free through bandcamp or the Internet Archive

The absence of light occurs everywhere. Every day we feel the impact of its unsympathetic
tendrils….and with the darkness….fear, revulsion and horror reveals itself….

These tracks were recorded January – September 2014 in the post-industrial
surroundings of Birmingham, UK.

The cover shows an image of the former Central Library of Birmingham,
currently scheduled for demolition.

iddqd=god

Doom….I was obsessed with it for a number of years. The first person shooter that really hit the spot and spawned many imitators.

Browsing through the internet one day I found a complete set of original Doom SFX wav files. They were sitting on my hard drive for a while when I thought “lets see what these can do” Feeding them through a sampler and sequencer I created the opening track to this album ‘Deimos Anomaly’, the rest just came naturally.

The rules were simple:-
1. All sounds in the album must originate from a Doom sound effect
2. I can do anything to the sounds e.g. cut em, loop em, slow em down, play em backwards, add effects, etc as long as they are original Doom SFX.

This is the result of my experiment. IDDQD=GOD. All track names are taken from the various levels of the game. IDDQD was the notorious cheat code which made you invincible, hence ‘God’ mode.

Hardcore gamers amongst you will recognise many of the noises contained within, however many sounds have been twisted beyond recognition.

Big ups to Bobby Prince who created the original Doom SFX back in the early 1990s. I hope he likes what I’ve done to his work.

Dona Nobis Pacem…..grant us peace