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    Fushitsusha – The Time Is Nigh

    Fushitsusha - The Time Is Nigh

    Four tracks and 75 minutes of oozing, black lava—headed straight for your house. “Just Before” intros the disc with a feeling of short, slow and quiet. “My Precious Thing” is a 21-minute aurora of white furnace blast—just an incredibly shrill, piercing, unearthly guitar nebula with the most cosmically connected ghost-moaning ever. “Black Cluster,” which is similar but somewhat more down to Earth, is a nearly half-hour tanker you’d be much more likely to take home to mom. Well, okay, you probably wouldn’t. The vocals are much more up front and the pea sound-soup is a little thinner. Some unbelievable forehead eye psych arches appear later, the likes of which haven’t been heard since track three on Pathetique. Damn! “The Time Is Nigh” closes out the disc with a little melody mixed in with the shard carnival. Inside the booklet is a photo of each band member performing live: Jun Kosugi on drums, Yasushi Ozawa on bass and Keiji Haino on guitar.

    Label: Tokuma Catalog Number: TKCF-77015 Format: CD Packaging: Jewel case Tracks: 4 Total Time: 75:06 Country: Japan Released: 1997 Related Artists: Keiji Haino More: Forced Exposure, Official, Poison Pie, PSF, Wikipedia

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