Omar is amazing
Have you listened to any of his work with les butcherettes and Bosnian rainbows
Lord Mantis-Death Mask 2014
I am not going to post the cover of this controversial release-it's offensive and extremely graphic.
I have listened to a lot of extreme music that ties to shock and offend.
Music that covers taboo subject material and pushes boundaries....
Surely, dark art has always existed...to provoke and push boundaries of civility.
It's hard to shock in 2014. Well-enter Lord Mantis.
This is the darkest, harshest, most depraved album I think I've ever heard. In fact, I can only listen to a couple of songs in one sitting. A mixture of doom, black metal and noise. A snuff film? Torture music?
The soundtrack to the darkest David Lynch movie ever made.
It's also really brilliantly executed-maybe a masterpiece of the sordid, brutal, perverse, disturbing, disgusting and violent.
I kind of love it. But, wow.......this is not an easy listen.
Yes, Bosnian didn`t impress me so much and buch is also good but nothing like omar/tmv level. Try older albums of Porcupine Tree, they are also good and littlebit psyhedelic.
Spent most of last night experimenting with the various settings of my new custom designed balanced headphone cross-feeder listening to...
Joseph Haydn: String Quartet in D major, Op. 17 no. 6
The London Haydn Quartet
Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor, op. 101
J. S. Bach: 'Was mein Gott will, das g’scheh allzeit', BWV111; 'Liebster Immanuel, Herzog der Frommen', BWV123
Yukari Nono****a, soprano
Robin Blaze, counter-tenor
Andreas Weller, tenor
Peter Kooij, bass
Bach Collegium Japan/Masaaki Suzuki
Joseph Haydn: Keyboard Sonata No. 48 in C major
Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano
Johannes Brahms: String Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 51 no. 1