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Ian Dominick Fernow, one of the most prolific contemporary experimental sound artists, is known for a multitude of various music undertakings, such as the techno-like Vatican Shadow, the black metal Roma Cross, the abstract Mitochondrial DNA, and a great many others, but his most famous project, also one most appreciated - only on the industrial music scene - is the noise act Prurient, whose discography boasts almost 150 releases, as of today. Fernow's noise has many faces - from radical, brutal and merciless forms assaulting the listener's all senses, all the way through slightly less extreme recordings where he combines the noise aesthetics and ambient music, to his own, modern eclectic and even catchy take on the noise genre, in which one can find inspirations drawn from a number of other music styles.