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SEKTOR 304 - Subliminal Actions

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Malignant Records TUMORCD53
Release Year: 2011
Note: second album by this Industrial-band from Portugal with their excellent blend of powerful sludgy old school noise & doom ambience based on bass, vocals, handplayed percussion, electronics - filled with apocalyptic Punk power - reminds on stuff like SPK, WOLF EYES, TEST DEPARTMENT, MILITIA.... simply excellent !
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"The follow-up to the highly acclaimed Soul Cleansing CD finds Portugal's Sektor 304 expanding on all aspects of their debut, once
again channeling the essence of the old school guardians (Test Dept, SPK, Crash Worship), while simultaneously exploring new, uncharted
territory. Comparatively speaking, Subliminal Actions is a more complete and focused album, with an even better flow than Soul Cleansing and more attention paid to detail, unleashing a cacophonic whirlwind of buzz saw grind, loops, power tools, and scraping, junk metal debris, clashing head on with exertive tribal percussion, clanging oil barrel rhythms,
and industrial clamor resonating over a sprawling, post apocalyptic wasteland. Some tracks, such as the opener, "A Carving on Metallic Flesh", heap on the scorching noise, while others, such as the resounding, rhythmic driven "By The Throat", "A Vessel of Guilt", or
"Vultures" are delivered with factory-line precision, laced with grimy layers of bass-heavy dirge, bleak, reverbed squall, and distortion filled, atmospheric drone. Among the many highlights, is the albums closer, "A Prismatic Sun", a 10 + minute epic excursion into a nightmarish world, populated by whispered vocals and uneasy drift that
slowly rises and grows in intensity, climaxing into a blissfully dark and sweaty orgy of low slung bass, ominous, ceremonial drumming, and
suffocating darkness. Subliminal Action not only compliments Soul Cleansing, but takes the
Sektor 304 sound to new heights, delivering yet striking record sure to solidify their standing as one of premier, truly industrial acts in
operation today. 10 tracks, 63 min., in 6 panel digipak, mastered by James Plotkin." [label info]