Seeing Things

by Flesh Coffin

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A harsh noise soundtrack derived by the ominous and bleak stillness of the shadows in the Norwegian winter woods.

Flesh Coffin aka Andreas Brandal is from Bergen, Norway. He has been making music with various bands and projects since the late 80′s.

This is all destruction. Flesh Coffin's "seeing things" sounds like the inside of a tornado. Broken metal lawn furniture, giant uprooted trees, millions of shards of glass all swirl around you. It's unrelenting and intense until you get a short break. Things feel like they have settled, like you could try to gather your belongings. Then it hits again. It's pretty tough. This c30 is an excellent example of No Visible Scars' output. It's harsh, unsettling, and focused. Packaged in their usual 7" sleeve with full color inserts."
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released April 30, 2011

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