Rabbit Girls - Demonizer
Artist: Rabbit Girls
Label: Roil Noise Offensive
Format: Two 3" CDr
The last time I did a review for Rabbit Girls it was for the very original 3" CDr titled "Hard Drive". It was mainly a glitch noise release and I liked it very much. Well now comes something totally different. Demonizer is a two 3" CDr release that has each mini disc pressed against each other being held by two hubs glued together, like a sandwich. Very simple and very effective. It comes in a zip lock bag with a full colour double sided insert. The pictures presented fit the release and the title very well so it puts you in the mood before you even listen to it.
There are two tracks, one track each disc. The noise used in each disc was used by mixing old Rabbit Girls and Rubbish tapes on two Library Of Congress tape decks, all done ‘live’. It sounds exactly as I just described it. The noise is very high pitched at times, sped up, slowed down, garbled, destroyed, allowed to escape, everything. There is great movement in each of the tracks and the technique used makes the noise ever changing, simply cause the noise on the tapes was ever changing to begin with. The sounds through the first track, Bound By Shadows And Darkness, sound like poor lost souls trying to escape the devil bastards chest. I shit you not the mood of this track works perfect for how it’s presented and track two, The Lifelong Journey Into Nonexistence, is no different. Great effect manipulations and variable speeds and best of all, harsh as hell at times. A release to be cherished by the Gods and a great new sound from Rabbit Girls. I look forward to more of this in the future.