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|0.0 ||Ryan | January 12th 13|
Prurient's And Still, Waiting, in my opinion, is Prurient at his pinnacle. Never before have I encounterd such interesting noise loops and one hell of a melodic noise track like I have with this one. The last track (Inscense and Rubber), a hauntingly cold, blissfully depressing track is by far his greatest track he's ever made. 14 minutes of pure unimaginative beauty with a tearjerking melody that slithers in and out through the song. Not to mention those insanely brutal noise tracks, which are stellar as well. I'm not a person that can, say, take a lot from noise and power electronics, but this one captivated me from the get-go, especially the last track. The music is challenging, but if you're ear can manage to hook onto it, then chances are you'll be listening to it for a long time.
|0.0 ||For Meatplow | December 9th 10|
The main problem with Prurient is that his noise projects often ruin great sections of atmospheric death-industrial in turn for boring stretches of rumbling static. Some of his fans are sure to cry out with protests of "but it's so original how harsh he is" which is false because even Merzbow has created much, much harsher music than Prurient. This is why his primarily death industrial/dark ambient projects are most effective, unlike this and Shipwrecker's Diary.
|3.5 great||J.H. | June 18th 13|
|4.0 excellent||tomr4 | March 24th 13|
|3.5 great||agrian | October 3rd 11|
|3.0 good||kount | September 10th 10|
|3.5 great||Evisc | May 4th 10|
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