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No-Neck Blues Band member Pat Muranos work as Decimus has been a prodigious endeavor to dissolve the ego and conventional notions of form from the creation of music. His latest effort for Further Records, Decimus 10, continues Muranos rigorous yet freewheeling cavalcade of bizarre sound events that baffle and beguile in equal measure. \r\n\r\nThe 21-minute A-side is a fungal, fractured, dream-fever soundtrack that makes the Italian horror-flick scores of Goblin sound like Danny Elfman hackwork. Seemingly recorded in the same infernal warehouse in which some of the stranger Smegma opuses were laid down, this piece leaves flaming shards of audio surrealism caroming around your uncomprehending brain. \r\n\r\nThe 20-minute flipside begins like a minimal techno banger being smothered in its motherboard. Soon it morphs into a subtly horrifying hologram of ruptured ambience that will get Demdike Stare fans knees a-tremblin. In Decimus transformative hands, gothic music comes off as something far more disturbing than its usual cartoonish pantomime. The track trundles to the finish line almost how it began, but with more striated squeals of unknown origin. You may want to sterilize your headphones after listening to it, because music this disturbing leaves enduring residue. \r\n\r\nShapeshifting enigmatically with twisted inspiration, Decimus 10 radiates a nether-zonely beauty. - Further.\r\n\r\n
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