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SIELWOLF & NAM-KHAR (D)
In the early 90s. Sielwolf offered real industrialcore. A band from Frankfurt left a perfect, continental response to Ministry or Godflesh. In addition to the mentioned inspirations, they affixed mandatory doze of dirt, post avant-garde attitude, staight from kraut tradition. Sielwolf sampled Test Dept and Slayer. Somewhere between those poles one can find the concept of the band from Frankfurt encapsulated. Their masterful album was Metastasen, linking harshness of the borrowed riffs with sophistication. Waste machine - Sielwolf masterly crossed the experiment and simple plod; nightstorm (Nachtstrom) with yawp, meat with liquid crystal. Sielwolf's artwork often referred to the cinema, you can feel here Videodrome by David Cronenberg, as well as lonely huntings of Dirty Harry. Drone-like, dub ill-dustrial of the next album V was produced by Mick Harris of Scorn (former drummer of Napalm Death). In the middle 90s Sielwolf remained quiet for years. After a long period of absence they returned as Sielwolf & Nam-Khar. This transformation brought looped spatial ritual music. The new music did not lose its industriality - intensity and power.