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  Lustmord - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lustmord has extracted field recordings made in crypts, caves, and slaughterhouses, and combined it with occasional ritualistic incantations and Tibetan horns.
Lustmord has been working on Tool's DVD singles and has remixed versions of Schism and Parabola which were released December 20, 2005.
Lustmord appeared live for the first time in 25 years as part of the high mass observance by the Church of Satan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lustmord   (422 words)

 Lustmord   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Brian "Lustmord" Williams has created a sound that epitomizes the subgenre of dark ambient.
Lustmord's sound investigations are exquisitely crafted manifestations of horror that balance sublime sound references with the body's natural queasiness about ultra-low frequencies (infrasound -- frequencies below 20 hz -- has been known to cause vomiting, permanent hearing loss, and even death).
Lustmord has extracted the eeriness from field recordings made in crypts, caves, and slaughterhouses, and combined it with occasional ritualistic incantations and the haunting wail of Tibetan horns.
www.epitonic.com /artists/lustmord.html   (177 words)

 Lustmord vs Metal Beast - Lustmord vs Metal Beast
It's been quite a while since we heard anything new from Lustmord, so this release is very welcome indeed, even if it is a collaboration and somewhat off the beaten track (or, this being Lustmord-related, off the sepulchral underground passage where man was not meant to tread).
Lustmord's input is readily apparent, as all of the above drift over a sea of familiar rumbles, infernal crunches, and so forth.
The combination of the deep, dark ambience of Lustmord with Scott's more rhythmic material works nicely and, despite their disparate styles, there's ample evidence of a common ground where you can't entirely be sure who did what, and don't particularly care.
www.awrc.com /review/l/lustmord_vs_metal.html   (1496 words)

For decades images of the victims of Lustmord were suppressed in our investigation of what has come to be known as Weimar culture - in part because of the disturbing content, in part because of their unsettling effect on out attempts to produce stabilizing definitions of modernist aesthetics by emphasizing manner over matter.
He also painted the ruling class and working class in their daily life (though it is noted even by his son that his depictions show them as ugly and vulgar as possible), Grosz became part of the eternal clique of Weimar's sexual murder culture.
In Weimar, the love obsession in Lolita also had a specific name; similar to 'Lustmord' (sexual murder), 'Liebstod' (love-death) is defined as "the assertion of transcendent desire and the spiritualization of egos", or by love that is a death, in actuality, of the soul or spirit.
www.black-dahlia.org /lustmord.html   (2753 words)

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Recent improvements in sound technology permitted Lustmord to re-master and significantly improve on the original recordings for this new version, which comes in a digipak and even bears a new catalog number.
Lustmord's “This Monstrous Soul' from 1992 spawns Hecate's 'Monstrosity,' shredding the brooding minimal overtones of the original with horrific walls of rolling bass and apocalyptic breaks to accentuate a frantic tempo.
Lustmord: Rising was captured live at The Center for Inquiry, Los Angeles June 6, 2006, with no additional overdubs or production.
www.soleilmoon.com /store/searchresults.lasso?ArtistName=lustmord   (1548 words)

 microsuoni: Lustmord
NEXTERA is proud to announce the re-release of Lustmord's critically acclaimed and ground-breaking dark ambient album Metavoid - originally released 21st of May 2001.
While musical fads and fashions all too often dictate form and function, neither Lustmord nor Metal Beast desire to be constrained by definitions, and as such the results are a powerful, collision of noise and rhythm, with no quarter given to compromise.
This is Lustmord's 4th album, and while "LM" was noise research, "Paradise Disowned" was industrial and "Heresy" was dark field recordings, this is the culmination of all of them: dark synthetic vibes radiating roughness and aggression.
www.microsuoni.com /artists/lustmord.html   (910 words)

 L U S T M O R D
The Eliminating Angel co-written by B. Lustmord and Paul Haslinger.With Steve Roach on Bullroarer on Blood Deep In Dread.
Derived from a joint performance by Lustmord and Metal Beast broadcast live on KUCI 89.9, Orange County, California, June 20 1997.
The LP issue in 1984 was the last Lustmord vinyl release until 1996's Strange Attractor.
www.lustmord.com /discography.html   (514 words)

 www.myspace.com/lustmord   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Lustmord news and information, as well as a forum can be found at : www.lustmord.com
There is a forum DeepNet, on the Lustmord site, and you're encouraged to ask questions there, where I'm much more likely to respond, as many of the questions I get asked here are the same, and it saves repetition.
Being a founder member, Lustmord has been with us for a while, but we've yet to get used to his "enthusiastic" approach and his ability to generate both mayhem and amusement with even the most basic armament.
www.myspace.com /lustmord   (676 words)

 Lustmord - Zoetrope - Groove Unlimited
Lustmord has contributed music to movies before, this time he created the soundtrack for the fl & white movie "Zoetrope", directed by Charlie Deaux.
On the back of the cd it states that the project was done in 24 bit through the mixing and mastering process.
You have to get this if you are a Lustmord fan, and most of you probably have this album already.
www.groove.nl /cd/3/35907.html   (1242 words)

 Music CD: Stalker. Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Tracks: Elemental Trigger, Synergistic Perceptions, Hidden Refuge, ...
Now we have Lustmord, who produced such stark, creepy dark ambient albums as "Heresy" and "The place where the fl stars hang", collaborating with Robert Rich on a concept album, that had the Russian film "Stalker" as source of inspiration.
But although one might expect that Lustmord and Rich have a huge admiration for both the film and its original musical design, they completely went their own way with their record, producing an eerie, chilly mood and giving us a sense that something frightning is lurking in the dark.
The synthesis between Lustmord's unrelenting darkness and Rich's powerful movements in mood results in a satisfying experience of the fl void in the pit of your consciousness.
www.musicolympus.com /cd-store/?Operation=ItemLookup&ItemId=B000000X73   (1101 words)

 Lustmord - Paradise Disowned
Paradise Disowned is a classic release that is Lustmord's transition from harsh industrial to the subtler dark soundscapes of the rest of their career.
The album featured B. Lustmord, who has since established a solid reputation as a innovative music sound designer with over 35 major movie credits, and John Murphy, known at that time for his work with Current 93, and as drummer for The Associates and Peter Murphy.
As the second Lustmord album, "Paradise Disowned" marked a transition from the apocalyptic industrial noisescapes of the first eponymous Lustmord album, released in 1982, to a more darkly atmospheric, though no less disturbing style of music.
strangefortune.com /cd.php?id=881   (281 words)

At the time it was recorded Brian Williams of Lustmord was living in a squat at the Oval, then one of the bleakest areas of South London.
I speak of this from experience, as at that time I was myself living but a stone's throw away, in a studio flat near Kennington tube.
A personal favourite is the early Paradise Disowned, literally an underground record in that it was put together in such diverse subterranean locations as an abattoir, the ocean floor and the crypt of Chartres Cathedral.
www.fluxeuropa.com /mn0010-lustmord.htm   (277 words)

 Lustmord: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com
In the nearly two decades between Brian Williams' first release as Lustmord and this release, not much has changed in his approach to the music, apart from incorporation of newer technology and a more polished recording technique.
Using sinister drones, evil samples, and satanic synthesizer riffs, Lustmord (aka Brian Williams) has fashioned spine-tingling atmospheres that are downright fl -- almost hellscapes, to coin a term.
Lustmord has been in this arena for years.
www.music.com /person/lustmord/1   (280 words)

Blowing hot and cold to good effect, Lustmord raise the temperature with an intriguing compilation of droneworks recorded for various sources and labels over the last few years.
The first three, icily brilliant, tracks serve to lull the listener into a false sense of security: this is deeper, darker, dirtier Thomas Koner, all drifting snowscapes and bright, dangerous volcanic scatter.
Towards the end of all this Lustmord launches briefly into late seventies Tangerine Dream type synth and drum patter, a curiously upbeat conclusion to an engrossing, stimulating recording, which is all the more creditable in that - despite the diversity of its origins - it hangs together well as a coherent and persuasive whole.
www.fluxeuropa.com /mn0011-lustmord.htm   (160 words)

 Amazon.com: Pigs of the Roman Empire: Music: The Melvins,Lustmord   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Lustmord, however, I have been following since Paradise Disowned (87) and Heresy (90) came out, and have been a big, big fan of his voluminous, cavernous soundscapes ever since.
As you're probably aware, this is the collaborative effort of famed rockers, the Melvins and one of the better ambient/drone artists, Lustmord.
The combination of the harshness of Buzz's guitars and vocals paired with Lustmord's wonderfully built soundscapes makes this record one to be enjoyed by many.
www.amazon.com /Pigs-Roman-Empire-Melvins/dp/B0002KV386   (1120 words)

 Robert Rich & B. Lustmord -- Stalker
Fathom Record's trademark of "Sounding The Deep" is most certainly an understatement when it comes to their release of Stalker -- a fantastic journey through the best in dark ambient neo-science fiction thriller soundscape.
Lustmord join together their sound sculpture expertise in eerie and dramatic longwave drone synth-phonics and rich expansive haunting waxing and waning drifts of post "new-age" work that captures the listener in a soft sonic event of futuristic listening landscape.
Turn the lights to dim, relax and let yourself float along with Rich and Lustmord as they encapsulate you with their aural vision down the hypnotic path to the unknown with dense oscillating movements of dark, and unsettling sonorous synth elements.
www.lastsigh.com /reviews/richlustmordstalker.htm   (498 words)

 Amazon.com: Heresy: Music: Lustmord   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Once you have, the name Lustmord may even be the first name that pops into your head the next time you think of the dark-ambient genre.
With the collaboration of Robert Rich, Lustmord composed "Stalker", a musical `insular' in seven pieces, inspired by the classic Russian.
Andrei Tarkovski's metaphorical, autistic cinematic tour-de-force had a stunning soundtrack of its own but Lustmord's one, how different it may be from the original, could fit right in, with the images, and still manages to be a truely singular piece of art in which theme's of desolate landscapes and alienation are transformed into pure poetry.
www.amazon.com /Heresy-Lustmord/dp/B00000362L   (1151 words)

 Midheaven Mailorder | Browse by Artist: LUSTMORD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Originally released in 1990, the album was the first Lustmord work to feature extensive sampling and computer-assisted sound design.
A reissue of LUSTMORD's 1990 Monstrous Soul album, which marked another turn in Lustmord's career, using much more digital crap and electronic processing to create its bleak soundscapes and environment of gloom.
The Place Where the Black Stars Hang was first released in 1994 on Side Effects, via Soleilmoon and while the earlier Lustmord album Heresy (Soleilmoon) gave birth to the "dark ambient" genre, it is The Place Where the Black Stars Hang that defines it.
www.midheaven.com /artists/lustmord.html   (303 words)

 Amok [Live] by Lustmord: Song Music Downloads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Sorry, at this time no downloads have been found for "Amok [Live]" on album Lustmord.
Check the albums tab for other downloads from Lustmord.
Sorry, at this time no streams have been found for "Amok [Live]" on album Lustmord.
www.mp3.com /tracks/4389401/dl_streams.html   (81 words)

 Moving Hands Music Magazine - Lustmord, Zoetrope   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The soundtrack "Zoetrope" features ten extended and revised tracks taken from the movie repertoire, collectively qualifying as one of the best releases of its kind in several years; only matched in perfection by peers such as Raison d’être.
The audible landscape is as dark, intense, eerie and as audibly submerging as any dark ambient music can be before it becomes stupid or ridiculous, convincingly managing to sustain where other works fail.
Lustmord’s sound is unique, tactile, fulfilling, interesting, tangible and evolving throughout the entire journey, from beginning to end.
www.movinghands.net /reviews/detail.asp?id=349   (183 words)

 Side Effects Records Music Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
This first new Lustmord release in almost two years is most certainly not your average Lustmord album.
As a result the overall mood of the music lies somewhere between Brian William's Lustmord and Terror Against Terror projects with an emphasis of live arranging and composition.
While I think this release might sacrifice some of the more fascist of Lustmord fans, I think it is good for Brian to stretch his wings and experiment with concepts, elements and ideas that he normally avoids.
www.aracnet.com /~jester/review/lustmord-1.html   (176 words)

 Lustmord Interview
In the past you seem to have thought of that place as deep dungeons and now as deep space, either of which works for me. What is important is that that place exists for you.
With Metavoid, I wanted to move forward with the Lustmord sound, rather than recreating past works such as Heresy or Black Stars, I wanted to create a sound that was new, but which was also unmistakably Lustmord.
What all this did do of course, is distract me from working on Lustmord, but that was ok, as at least I was working and indulging myself in sound.
www.spiderbytes.com /ambientrance/intlustmord.htm   (2050 words)

 NextEra : Lustmord - Metavoid
NEXTERA is proud to announce the re-rerelease of the LUSTMORD's critically acclaimed and ground-breaking dark ambient album "Metavoid" - originally released 21st of May 2001.
Active in music for twenty five years under the name Lustmord, Brian first gathered attention as part of the small group of individuals that spawned the original "industrial" music scene out of the United Kingdom in the late seventies.
The seventh Lustmord release, and the first since 1994's "The Place Where The Black Stars Hang", "Metavoid" presents the logical development of that unmistakable Lustmord sound, and pushes further into uncharted depths.
www.nextera.cz /nosice/2008.html   (434 words)

 Lustmord - A Document of Early Experimentation
The earliest Lustmord recordings show the project's industrial roots with a sound not far from Throbbing Gristle.
is a documentation of LUSTMORD`s activities during the early eighties.
An essential part of this LP is LUSTMORD`s first LP, originally published on Sterile records in 1982, plus a number of early works including live recordings (Ovenblast / Amok), soundtrack material (Words Of Voice) and a number of songs released on diverse industrial music sampler projects.
strangefortune.com /cd.php?id=1326   (229 words)

 Lustmord - Zoetrope
He also has a twenty year history of recording his own influential albums under the name Lustmord, and has worked with many pioneers of electronic music, and has over 40 motion picture credits to his name.
NEXTERA is proud to announce the return of LUSTMORD with his follow up release of 2001's hugely successful and critically acclaimed album Metavoid.
The eighth Lustmord release presents the darker sound of Brian Williams and AGAIN pushes further into uncharted depths.
www.nextera.cz /nosice/2014.html   (350 words)

 In Music We Trust - Melvins + Lustmord: Pigs of the Roman Empire
That's what the headline reads for the release of the latest project between The Melvins and Lustmord, an unlikely combination on paper that bares stunning results.
Just when you thought the grunge-rock feel of King Buzzo's crew couldn't be enhanced, enter ex-Throbbing Gristle collaborator Lustmord to the fold, who puts his creepy electronic spin on tracks like "Safety Third" and "The Bloated Pope" like a chef garnishes a fine meal.
While, thanks to the programming genius of Lustmord, there's a lot of ambient spaces throughout the duration of Pigs of the Roman Empire, but it's a welcomed addition and daresay a time to rest up before the metallic maelstrom that is The Melvins churn out another noise rock classic like "Pink Bat".
www.inmusicwetrust.com /articles/69k45.html   (150 words)

 Lustmord and Wargasm (The Lick of Carnivorous Winds): Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Lustmord and Wargasm (The Lick of Carnivorous Winds): Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more
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www.music.com /performance/lustmord_and_wargasm_(the_lick_of_carnivorous_winds)/1   (172 words)

 Lustmord Lyrics - by MOONSPELL from album The Butterfly Effect (1999) : Lyrics And Songs
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