Saturday, 19 July 2014

HIGH TECH DEATH

























"Sangre"
Year:   2014
Country:   Russia
City:   Krasnoyarsk
Artist:   ?
Label:   none
Format:   net
Tracks:   10
Time:   52 min.
Genre:   electronic
Style:      Noise      Dark Ambient












High Tech Death - noise / dark ambient project from the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, founded in late 2010 by a young musician called Igor Maier.  About the name of the musician reports the following:  Originally HighTech Death - words from the song Bathory "Resolution Greed", no deep semantic load. I liked the way they sounded in that context, the phrase several years spinning in my head, and it was later decided to call this project so, fusing into one word. In the first published records were used primarily dark images lavkraftovskoy Cthulhu mythology. Later musical techniques have changed, and among the former cold vibrations new colors in the form of noise, rhythms and lyrics. After two demo singles "Sky Of Kadath" and "The Black Room" HighTechDeath recorded a debut full-length album "The Sound From Beyond", released March 25, 2011 in CD format. With the onset of autumn was recorded new material, the sound of the project added neoclassical passages in some works, and a lot of industrial, noise and rhythm machines as well as poetry in russian language. Until 2014 he has recorded 4 albums and 3 EP's all of them self-produced and avaible totally free in archive.org or bandcamp. There is a fact I was very surprised and is that a lot of songs of this project as well as album titles, are in my language (spanish) and obviously is very rare to see this in a russian project...
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Here below a funny pic of Krasnoyarsk (Siberia), city of this musical project.



Members of the “Krepysh” winter swimming club rub snow on each other after bathing in the Yenisei River, with the air temperature at about minus 1 degree Celsius in Krasnoyarsk on November 18, 2012. The word “krepysh” can be translated as a sturdy person.  (Ilya Naymushin/Reuters)