Sounds : 11 June 1983

SePpuKu: 'Dekompositiones' (Side Effekts)

A crashing cacophony come melodic dance opus from the inimitable SPK. Their current period of activity is mirrored well in this hefty slice of metallic power.
Their latest phase is displayed over three spine-chilling anthems which report admirably our journey into another dark age. The fusion of technology (synth) and ethnic rhythms (metal percussion) is an uplifting experience resplendent with chant vocals.
SPK play music from the everyday junkyard with shadowy corners highlighted by the precision playing. They've stripped bare the ethic of contemporary music and present the perfect soundtrack for J G Ballard's 'Crash'. 

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