Oppose violence now!
C Mantle, well known already to be a pretty versatile artist, sets sail towards the faster subtypes of electronic music and delivers a unique approach on speedcore.
Thematizing police and system related violence, the harsh beats fit perfectly to this sadly still very prevailing topic. From UK with love --> X-013
Ready for blackened Speedcore War?
Three years after the last album "Misantropic Visions" Acid Enema presents some amazing fresh material. With extremely versatile compositions, but nontheless bleak and heavy sound, they provide an unique musical approach. Similar to the first release of the CNE E-series,
this album also comes on a black polycarbonate CD and is packed in a fully printed 8-pages digipack. Don't miss it --> E-002
Triple Vinyl release ready for Trash'n'Core 24, Berlin
Right in time for todays Trash'n'Core party in Berlin, three new vinyl releases see the light.
For Experience X-010 we have new material from the Finnish modular synth artist Satanoid. Those who are familiar with his release on the Belgian Entity Net-label
know what they will get - an experimental flashcore-noise hybrid, ear-shattering in every fashion. On Experience X-011 you a flash-/break-/speedcore release by Messias,
consisting of two parts with different approach on the same sound material. The A-side is hypnotic and rhytmic and the B-side rather broken and chaotic - two views on the same topic.
Finally on Experience X-012, after nine years finally a new EP by the French noyzkorh legend BWK with some relentless noisy speedcore, just as in the good old times.
Best catch all three releases right away from the party in Berlin -->X-010 / X-011 / X-012
A glimpse below the surface of perception
After a couple of EPs and compilation contributes, finally the first album release by Messias emerges. To provide a proper platform for this, it has been decided to also start a new release series consisting of CDs
pressed on black (!) polycarbonate and housed in a fully printed 8-page digipak sleeve. Musically expect a challenging trip into an atmospheric and hypnotic speed-/break-/flashcore amalgam.
Nothing for the faint hearted --> E-001
When loss is turned into music
Sangre is the solo incarnation of Abhorrent of Acid Enema and it is never the consequence of a happy moment that makes him to compose music using that alias.
Darkest depressive black metal and merciless blasting speedcore,
grief in it's purest form -->X-009
The fundamental emptiness in everyones soul
Everybody needs an anchor that holds one in the real world and prevents from drifting into eternal darkness. This is the central predication of the new EP by Messias.
Three tracks of speed- and flashcore, representing the mourning of the broken heart, the chaotic process of retrieval and the transition into a new phase.
Let's welcome the void -->X-008
New garment ahead
As most of the shirts from the first edition have been sold by now, it's time for some fresh supply. Speed-Noise-Flash-Grind is the slogan - the versatile, the better.
Get a glimpse on the new collection -->S-002
When The Beatles die on Ebola
A concept EP of the other kind is brought you by Skat Injector and Yudlugar. Combining famous Beatles track names with fearous deseases and afflictions to present their grindcore influenced speedcore sound.
Get infected or die -->X-007
The blood red Moon is rising
After the ferous Celestial Deconstruction release, Human End comes up with a sequel EP full of progressive, high velocity speedcore,
again heavily influenced by his predilection for atmospheric and symphonic black metal.
Don't miss this one -->X-006
Noise and splintered beats
Moving away from being a pure Dj-ing project, Fragment: created it's first four tracker EP, featuring bleak, noise soaked ambiances, fast kick drums and distorted synths.
Submerge into the noise -->X-005
Distorted resonances never has been more fun
After the great breakcore/speedcore EP on Restroom Records, Vojeet is back -
this time focusing primary on his fast and relentless side, he brings a full EP of his typical, innovative and heavily distorted speedcore.
Now move your furry bottom -->X-004
A time travel to 14 years of speedcore
This free digital + limited cassette release features old and new material by Messias, partially remixed and re-arranged,
providing a varied and surprising journey through his creations, from the distorted early material to the more progressive state of his latest EP.
Buckle up and go -->N-002
There will be Shirts!
The first autumn collection of Cathartic Noize Experience brings you a small edition of quality garment featuring the 'celestial' artwork from the second vinyl EP,
screenprinted on heavy cotton t-shirts with this years trendy color - black!
Be a fashion victim -->S-001
About construction and destruction
Two sides, two very divese tracks, each one clocking over 12 minutes. The EP by Messias is not only picking up the subject of change, creation and disintegration in a philosophical context,
but also represents a new direction musically. A direction that points towards more versatile and complex sound structures, while still featuring relentless and fast kicks and a deep atmospheric touch.
Change is inevitable -->X-003
We are back in black
After a small break, we're back to life with a new homepage. It is intended to work as kind of a central hub for the label, providing all essential information in a plain and simple way.