Fever Spoor & Noiseman433 - Destroy All Rational Thought album flac
Destroy All Rational Thought by Soundreamer Days, released 27 March 2014 1. The Saddest Poem 2. Djins Dance 3. Naropa 4. Grabesstille 5. The Digital God 6. Chaos and Redemption Naropa spoken words by Allen Ginsgberg The Saddest Poem by Pablo Neruda.
Directed by Joe Ambrose, Frank Rynne, Terry Wilson. With William S. Burroughs. DVD featuring one of the last interviews with Willaim Burroughs and previously unseen vintage footage of him during the 50s and early 60s.
Destroy All Rational Thought.
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a barbaric, grinding split by Noiseman433 and Fever Spoor, who all in all deliver 14 tracks of decomposing noise. Noiseman433 does 6 tracks of total metal destruction. I’m not entirely sure, but I think his main source is a distorted guitar string that he molests in most merciless fashion to (de)construct these godless creations. Primitive, to the point, brutal noise with no deeper meaning than destruction it seems. Fever Spoor, however, seems a bit more interesting. Marcel Herms, who also did the splendid cover art work, is the brain behind this project. He incororates in his sound both.
Fever 333 (stylized as FEVER 333) is an American rock band formed in Inglewood, California in July 2017. The three-piece band consists of former Letlive vocalist Jason Aalon Butler, former Chariot guitarist Stephen Harrison and Night Verses drummer Aric Improta. The band's debut extended play (EP), Made an America, was released on March 23, 2018. The group is signed to Roadrunner Records and 333 Wreckords.
Cover art, photos and screenshots. View all Destroy All Rational Thought pictures. Organized by writers Terry Wilson and Joe Ambrose and Irish singer Frank Rynne, the festival showcases visual, literary and performing artists.
The great Beat Generation experiments took place in Tangier, the Moroccan city where William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, and the Moroccan painter Hamri taught Jack Kerouac, Timothy Leary, and Allen Ginsberg how to live outside the law. This DVD features one of the last interviews with Burroughs and previously. More unseen vintage footage of him in his prime during the 50s and early 60s. Less.