Thursday, March 1, 2018

Psudoku - Planetarisk Sudoku (Selfmadegod Records)

The Grind world is far different than it was just 20 or even 10 years ago. New bands have been born, new bands who have expanded the horizons of the genre. Now this scene is full of weird, interesting and really crazy bands. But, one of the most unusual projects was born in Norway. This country is well known by their Black Metal scene, but Grind (and Crust) is still supernatural for that land. Why? I believe that scientists still do not have an answer to this heavy question.
So what is Psudoku? First of all it's a one man project from very crazy guy, who also is in charge of Parlamentarisk Sodomi and Brutal Blues. Unfortunately I don't know who this person is, but I know that he is infected with noise music 100%, haha! His early work (I'm talking about PxSx) was more usual, more close to Grindcore… but Psudoku is something that you could not expect. This band is totally dedicated to the theme of space. There is a freaking ton of magical tunes, that would remind you old sci fi films. So let's take our places in this uncanny spaceship and let's meet the noisy adventures!
The Planetarisk Sudoku greets us with a huge load of short but sharp riffs and with some insane sound of a saxophone! Do you think that is weird? Nope! Let's keep digging guys! This is a really crazy album, I feel like I am in a psychiatric hospital… huge load of strange sounds pierce my brain forcing him to turn it all into fanciful pictures. This album reminds me of some spooky mix of free jazz, grind and electro. The sound of bass guitar and synthesizer turns you into a slimey mess! There is no vocals, so everything can be perceived as a soundtrack to a sick arthouse movie. The end of this story is the visual part. When you open this CD, you understand that this is a world of hypnotic and psychedelic things… Also there is a tiny thought that this is the last you'll want to see. Because your brain is gonna blow up, haha! Rating: 8/10 Psudoku bc Official site

You can buy this CD thru Selfmadegod rec!