Recorded at the God Blast America! festival in New York in September 2002, “The Sound of Black Cloggs” captures the first live performance of Bocksholm, the industrial collaboration between Peter Andersson of Raison d’être and Lina Baby Doll of Deutsch Nepal. In their second full-length release, the Dionysian duo stamps out two new songs plus live versions of tracks from their well-received debut CD “Excursions By The Bank of the Black River” on Tesco and the “Perception Multiplied, Multiplicity Unified” compilation on Cold Meat Industry. The result is over 46 minutes of angst-filled ambience, noises, vocals and rhythms wrought from the sounds and memories of growing up in the Swedish industrial town of Boxholm and its surrounding ironworks. Mastered by Peter Andersson and comes in a digipak.
- Inbreeding Politics at Boxholm Bruk
- The Horror of Kisa
- Kommisarie Olofsson
- Stenbock and His Disciples
- Bi-Rath, The Beast of the Forge
GENRE: INDUSTRIAL, DARK AMBIENT