THE RITA - Shark Knifing 7" (SNSE075)

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THE RITA - Shark Knifing 7" (SNSE075)

Post by SNSE » Fri May 29, 2009 4:25 am

NOW AVAILABLE
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Artist: The Rita
Title: Shark Knifing
Format: Seven Inch Record
Label/Cat. No.: SNSE075

Release Date: May 29, 2009

Price: $7.50 PPD NORTH AMERICA (US/Mex/Can) / $9.00 PPD WORLD

Description:

THE ULTIMATE COMBINATION: SHARKS and KNIVES

Lurching, ripping, and tearing. Relentless and sharp. Thrashing about in the blood water, coming back for the torso. There are sharks and then there are knives. How about sharks getting their throats slit by humans with knives? Think about that.

These two sides present a concise and brutal attack by the master, as if the short format pushed him to pack each track with all the highlight elements typically spread out over longer form The Rita recordings. Hits hard, hits fast.

SNSE is proud to present this large-hole 7" wrapped in a twelve page booklet adorned with not-nice artwork culled from McKinlay's massive personal collection as well as drawings inked by the man himself.

Additional Information:
edition of 300; black vinyl; large hole; printed labels; packaged in a twelve page booklet; includes vinyl sticker and two-sided postcard

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Also available through the following distributors (now or soon): Hanson Records (US), Self Abuse (US), Revolver (US), Armageddon Shop (US), Second Layer (UK), and Molehill (JP). If you are a distributor or are otherwise interested in carrying this or any other SNSE/Gaping Hole title in your mailorder, please get in touch for wholesale rates.

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Post by Guest » Fri May 29, 2009 2:59 pm

Description:

THE ULTIMATE COMBINATION: SHARKS and KNIVES
HAHAHAH YEAH
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Post by Monstres par Exc » Fri May 29, 2009 4:07 pm

How about sharks getting their throats slit by humans with knives? Think about that.
I'm trying but I cant. Really.

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Post by red soundwave » Fri May 29, 2009 5:26 pm

i listened to the two samples... thats two minutes i will never get back...
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Post by Monstres par Exc » Sat May 30, 2009 12:59 am

PLEASE RESPECT WALL NOIZE IS A PURE AND DIFFERENT GENRE!!!! TOTAL ANNIHILATION OF INSTINCTS

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Post by Obsolete Office Equipment » Sat May 30, 2009 1:02 am

wallnuts

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Post by Monstres par Exc » Sat May 30, 2009 1:13 am

wall farts

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Post by Monstres par Exc » Sat May 30, 2009 4:09 am

The only thing I get is some blood gurgling noise and the slapping of shark tails on metal surfaces. Not wall noise. But I'll try harder.

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Post by Guest » Sat May 30, 2009 4:12 am

Listened to the samples... It seems The Rita explored a new level of crunch... Sounds good ! But I must admit that he also left his lo - fi aesthetics behind, he now sounds very sterile and "clean" (if that's even possible in Wall Noise)

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Post by SNSE » Sat May 30, 2009 4:22 am

Ohrgami wrote:Listened to the samples... It seems The Rita explored a new level of crunch... Sounds good ! But I must admit that he also left his lo - fi aesthetics behind, he now sounds very sterile and "clean" (if that's even possible in Wall Noise)
I really like the crunchy sharpness these tracks have. Yeah, a bit more fi than older The Rita material

There is a certain tangent some recent wall recordings have followed towards that sterile and clean sound. This is one example of that. Ryan Bloomer's track on the recent Small Doses boxset is similarly cutting. It's a welcome sound to me.

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Post by Guest » Sat May 30, 2009 4:37 am

SNSE wrote:
Ohrgami wrote:Listened to the samples... It seems The Rita explored a new level of crunch... Sounds good ! But I must admit that he also left his lo - fi aesthetics behind, he now sounds very sterile and "clean" (if that's even possible in Wall Noise)
I really like the crunchy sharpness these tracks have. Yeah, a bit more fi than older The Rita material

There is a certain tangent some recent wall recordings have followed towards that sterile and clean sound. This is one example of that. Ryan Bloomer's track on the recent Small Doses boxset is similarly cutting. It's a welcome sound to me.
Yeah, I sensed that "trend" as well... I think Vomir was the first "cleaner" sounding HNW artist...

I really like the clearer sound, as you can "catch" more of the different textures...

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