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Published on Mar 14, 2006
Review by Duncan Wilkie. www.eastmagazine.co.uk
"[Deepkiss 720's performance] turned out to be what can only be described as a brutal five minute assault on the senses. [He] began like a man possessed -- or at least a man in the grip of a severe electric shock. Illuminated only by a bare bulb he convulsed uncontrollably to a soundtrack of static dirge and earthquake-inducing feedback.
His performance showcased the full range of man's baser emotions -- pain, anguish, anger and fear -- as he leapt around the room in a frenzy that saw him simultaneously destroy a customised bass guitar and his audience's ear-drums. His sound meanwhile was both unusual and violently simplistic in its execution; a raw and uncompromising wall of noise that most so-called Industrial record labels would blanch at.
I left the gig unsure of what to make of the sonic bombardment I'd just witnessed, and in truth I'm still none the wiser. One thing however is certain -- my ears still ring with the merciless sound of [DK720]."
Deepkiss 720 has a new CD-R available from Curor Recordings. www.geocities.com/curorcuror - www.myspace.com/curor