It's quite good, I think it was released by an Italian label, Murderabilia records.
That's it, man, you got it! You know, Matt was actually the guy that initially pointed me in the right direction as far as making electronic music goes (before this, I had only played guitar in death metal band Apostasy.....I've loved heavy electronic stuff for many years, but just never had the know-how to go about making it).....I was on YouTube one day, flipping through death industrial stuff, & I ran across Noise Nazi, & liked it.....so, I figured I'd look it up on Facebook, & I found it....then, I commented on one of the links on the NN page, told him that I had turned my friend Mike W. (the Eyehategod vocalist) onto his stuff, & he tripped out, lol! He was excited that someone kinda famous was hearing his stuff, ya know? So, he sent me a friend request & we got to talking & all, getting along & whatnot.....& I mentioned to him that I'd like to do some electronic music, too.....either some death industrial or some heavy dub (which is what I ended up doing).....he told me to look up "Fruity Loops" since that is what he used, so I did.....I've been at it ever since.....he helped give birth to M.O.G. in a way, in other words.....isn't that a trip?!
My recommendation would be Brighter Death Now's "Necrose Evangelicum". It's a dark, clammy, oppressive and suffocating, like being buried alive - which I guess was kind of the intent. It's equal parts power electronics and death industrial, and by no means an easy listen.
An honourable mention would have to go to MZ.412's "Burning The Temple Of God", which is kind of what happens when a black metal aesthetic is grafted, still shrieking, to a cold dark industrial monolith. Equal parts atmospheric and explosive. Noise doesn't work without silence any more than light working without the dark. Gotta love that dark.
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