Reissue of a long-lost tape from 1993 here. K2 has long been at the fore-front of Japanese noise and is known for his harsh, collage style.
This record isn't an all-out harsh-fest in that way that contemporaries like Hijokaidan are, but is very varied in sound. There's creeping synth tone, screeching feedback, piercing blasts of white noise, rumbling static. Compositionally there are long periods of coherence, with an almost musical sensibility, but these are often brought to a shattering halt by a blast of ear-splitting noise.
It's a real honour to be able to be part of getting this essential early material out there. And for it not to be edited to within an inch of its life, given shit cover art and released as a 20 quid "luxury" LP on Urashima.
500 copies in a nice digipak. Co-released with the always-excellent Narcolepsia; if yr in Europe it'll be cheaper to get from Manuel!