As far as the history of Power Electronics goes, few acts have maintained as much interest\r\nand activity as Sutcliffe Jugend. The duo of Paul Taylor and Kevin Tompkins has released\r\ncrucial early recordings on labels as revered as Come Organization, Broken Flagand Cold\r\nMeat Industry. The group has resumed actions under the Sutcliffe Jugend banner with a\r\nreturn album, This is the Truth last year also on Hospital Productions/Groundfault. While\r\nthat record pleased fans old and new with the power electronics style SJ helped pioneer,\r\nthe release of The Fall of Nature brings us a new level destruction using sounds almost\r\nunthinkable ambient yet no less disturbing. The Fall of Nature is a epic, grandiose drone\r\npiece almost one hour of pure electronics that echoes the masters of the form. The album\r\ngrows in intensity throughout the recording making for an unexpected release. There are\r\nmany sides of darkness and many ways to express it. The Fall of Nature is the balance of\r\nsound, in a listenable format. The initial feeling is that of an almost holy, heavenly sound,\r\nthe skies opening in tribute to the nature which is falling. Yet fans of classic SJ will be\r\nplenty pleased at the psychotically manic conclusion that will not disappoint any fans of PE\r\nterror. This music takes aim at several nerve centers at once. This is not just noise, drone\r\nor PE but something new that mixes various elements of each together for the first time.\r\nco-release with groundfalut recordings! - Hospital.