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  • Audio CD (July 22, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hydra Head Records
  • ASIN: B001A2B3Z8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #372,114 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Lustmord has been creeping out the music world since 1980, prior to joining industrial forefathers SPK. By the time he started scoring films like 1994's "The Crow", he'd already worked with English experimental luminaries Nurse With Wound, Current 93, and members of Coil. His latest collection of night terrors and Lynch-ian atmospherics features guest shots from Adam Jones (Tool), Aaron Turner (Isis), and Buzz Osborne (Melvins).

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"...heavily treated, producing thick drone textures that alternate between beautiful and scary." --All Music Guide

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Headphone Commute on August 17, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Lustmord - [ O T H E R ] (Hydra Head)

Lock all the doors and walk up the stairs. Turn down the lights and slightly raise the volume. Breathe slowly and try not to wet your pants. The boards creek somewhere in the attic. Lustmord enters the house. With deep moans, low drones, and bass rumbles, the walls begin to ooze evil, and if you stare long enough into the darkness, you'll start to see the path to hell. Like the unspoken dark power of a Ouija board, there is no telling what evil spirits will be called forth, when playing Lustmord's latest album, [ O T H E R ]. Brian Williams is a true pioneer of the dark ambient genre - as dark as they come. Usually referred to as the soundtrack to all your nightmares, Williams has worked on sound design for over 44 film scores, most notable of which include additional compositions for The Crow and Underworld. Lustmord's sound is not just digital effects of haunting echoes - he has actually made field recordings in slaughterhouses, caves and crypts. An interesting album to get your hands on would be a live performance at The Center for Inquiry, recorded on 6/6/6 for the Satanic High Mass celebration of 40th anniversary of The Church of Satan. That album is called Rising. On [ O T H E R ], Adam Jones (Tool) contributes slow solo guitars riffs, with additional appearances by King Buzzo (Melvins) and Aaron Turner (founder of Hydra Head Records and vocalist for the Isis). Speaking of Hydra Head... This is a great American label releasing everything from post-metal, like Pelican and Isis, to drone and doom metal, like Sunn O))) and other heavy metal styles from groups like Cave In, Boris and Jesu. And all joking aside - my dog ran out of the room and was afraid to get back into the studio, standing outside, looking in, until the [ O T H E R ] ended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steward Willons TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 29, 2009
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I tend to enjoy most everything Lustmord releases, although I think there IS some perceptible variance in terms of quality. Anytime an artist completely invents and masters a particular compositional style, he or she becomes vulnerable to criticisms that everything they make sounds the same, or that they have simply run out of ideas. Doubtlessly, there will be some people who will direct those arguments at [ O T H E R ], but they will be missing out on some excellent music.

I see this album as a sort of return to Lustmord's classic form, but with new ideas. B. Williams gradually began to introduce subtle harmony into his albums a while ago, but it has taken him a bit of time to really figure out what works and what doesn't. "Metavoid," though praised by some, featured some melodic fragments that were just simplistic and tired - and incidentally, way beneath Lustmord's abilities. I'm very happy to report that the melodic fragments on [O T H E R] are fantastic and really add a new dimension to the music.

There are some guest artists, but let there be no mistake: this is a Lustmord album through and through. There is electric guitar on a few tracks and although I sometimes feel it sounds slightly out of place, the tracks themselves are pretty cool. We have these cavernous, evil atmospheres from the underworld - the unknown - and then we have something exceedingly familiar - an electric guitar. In the context of this album, I'm not entirely sold on the presence of the guitar simply because it takes you out of the alien trace induced by foreign sounds with the presence of something so familiar.

However, I'm not opposed to guitar in Lustmord's music as a rule. I thought his collaboration with The Melvins was awesome and worked really well.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Trottin'-Butterz on July 30, 2008
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if the guest appearances by king buzzo of the melvins and adam from tool don't snag you into getting the latest lustmord album,get it because it's seriously awesome ambient music!hard to describe the individual tracks,but they are each unique and not completely dull as some ambient stuff can get.lm knows his stuff and has been around the block though,so no worries:this ain't a gamble,it's fo'sho!

*edit:Because my review is SOOO mediocre,I'll mention that this is NOT a rock album,there aren't vocals on it,and most people would group it into the "sleepy-time music" catergory.Lustmord's music is mainly comprised of droning effects and background atmosphere,with small hints of other instruments here n there;if you have the Underwold dvd,you can sample lm's work if you listen to the score behind the action.If you have an ear for slight nuances in music this is for you,otherwise you might find youself thinking that it's simply a biiig,loooong,drone.In a nutshell,lm's music is like being alone in a dark place outdoors,under the light of the full moon;or maybe like the soundscape of a nightmare directed by david lynch.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Severe Tire Damage on February 16, 2009
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Can't say enough about Lustmord's latest offering. The depth and intensity of the music is ominously captivating. I was taken aback at how one play from this CD aurally soaked my house in despair. Brian's work is unique, original and not for everyone. He's the best at what he does and there's really no need for him to change the recipe. The collaborations he choose meld seamlessly into the tapestry of his work.
Regardless if it's cold and desolate in your mind or in your zip code, this music adds wonderfully to a sense of ominous woe. The kind of dread where you're not sure where the evil force lurks, but you know it's out there searching for you! Highly recommended!
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