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Vomir - Musique de l'indifférence


Musique de l'indifférence

Peripheral Records

Released: 22nd September 2014 | 3 track power electronics/noise album

Peripheral Records is proud to announce the eighth release with.....

same as it ever was...

Vomir - Musique de L'Indifférence LP + CD. Limited to 350 copies.

'Vomir is one of the most respected, influentially + unflichingly brutal noise acts to appear in recent years. Since 2006 the project has released a steady flow of battering, unmoving and crude walled noise, which has helped define + inspire the steadily growing worldwide HNW scene. The black bag wearing Frenchman has released nearing a hundred releases - which take in split tapes, stand-alone tapes + tape box sets, 3 CDr's, full-length CDr's, CDs, compilations, vinyl splits + stand alone vinyl 12s and 7s.

Through-out the project's existence, it has stayed unwaveringly brutal, unmoving and unrelenting in it's sonic attack. And this new release on UK based Peripheral Records is no different. This new work is entitled, 'Musique de l'indifférence' (in English, 'Music of Indifference), and it comes in the form of an LP + CD set. The vinyl + CD features one long continuous track - with the first side of the LP being ar 33rpm, then the CD, then the second side of the LP being at 45rpm, so that the listener can either play one or the other, or all three (if you have two copies) together to create the ultimate HNW submersion. The release features surprisingly bright / garish, yet brutal artwork by Strom_Varx, who created the artwork for 'Proanomie' - one of Vomir's more known + readily available releases. The release is limited to 350 copies, so hopefully this will help Vomir cult spread wider + deeper into the experimental scene at large.' - Roger @

"Unwaveringly brutal, unmoving and unrelenting in it's sonic attack"
Musique Machine, Online Magazine
"Lets get this straight; there is no holds barred on this release"
Black Audio, Blog
"Despite other reviews this is not nihilist, sceptic or brutal or even particularly harsh"
Vital Weekly, Online Magazine