Xinlisupreme are a staggering Japanese group based in the remote town of Oita. Communicating via garbled, often vitriolic e.
mails, theband are a shadowy entity whose mix of violence and occassional; humour is as bewildering as their music is powerful.
Discovered via a demo in early 2001, their sound is a massively potent blend of guitar feedback and primitive electronics thathas
drawncomparisons with the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Suicide, and Jesus & Mary Chain. The band’s debut release camevia the
first releasein December 2001 and was quickly followed up by a debut CD, 'Tomorrow Never Comes' on the splinter seriesin
March 2002. This wasfollowed up in November 2002 by a 7-track mini-album, 'Murder License', which saw their sound pushedto
new levels of fierceness.