Tag Archives: David Brenner

GRIDFAILURE: Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II – Sentinel Daily

“Another dose of noise-fueled misanthropy from New York… with this new album the powerviolence largely takes a backseat in favour of crawling, serpentine slithers of dystopic noise, all dredged from the nether regions of protagonist Dave Brenner’s fevered mind, ready…

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Sixth Mass​-​Extinction Skulduggery II

The first three albums in GRIDFAILURE’s five-album Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery concept series – Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I, II, and III – embody current unraveling of society: murder, outbreak, dystopian governments, warfare, depletion of resources, and survival by any means necessary.…

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GRIDFAILURE To Release Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II Through Nefarious Industries In June; Track Streaming – Earsplit Compound

New York City-area hostile solo outfit/collaborator cult GRIDFAILURE presents its harrowing new opus, Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery II. The second album in the five-title concept series will see its initial release on June 5th via Nefarious Industries Containing material spanning GRIDFAILURE’s entire four-year lifespan, Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery…

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BRENNER and MOLENAAR: Uninvited Savior – Zachary Mule

“Byrne and Eno might have dug this sort of thing when they were making MY LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS, but that album was easy listening compared to the relentless stuff assaulting the listener here. […] Clearly Brenner and…

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Dive Into Gripping New Soundscapes From BRENNER & MOLENAAR Exclusively Here – Captured Howls

“Unease gets turned to sound […] a bed of perfectly nauseating, droning tones upon which they build jagged edges of sonic twists like strangely melodic guitar strums that by themselves might actually make for a catchy tune. Here, they’re mangled…

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BRENNER & MOLENAAR: Uninvited Savior By THOSE DARN GNOMES And GRIDFAILURE Creators Playing At Captured Howls; Collaboration Out Friday Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

BRENNER & MOLENAAR’s Uninvited Savior, a spacious eighty-two-minute vortex of imploding spiritual psychosis, is now playing exclusively through exploratory music journal Captured Howls. The video playlist of the entire album comes just ahead of its release through Nefarious Industries this Friday.…

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Ten From the Tomb: Grizzly Butts reviews BRENNER & MOLENAAR

“Snort an expired yellowjacket or two and settle into this collaboration between GRIDFAILURE (David Brenner) and THOSE DARN GNOMES‘ Christian Molenaar in celebration of facial pain and nearby mucosal torment. […] Imaginative atmospheres and brutally harsh ambiance for a rainy…

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BRENNER & MOLENAAR: Uninvited Savior – Different Noises

“…like religious music fed through a blender, an esoteric mash-up of styles and influences which has some sort of resemblance to early Cabaret Voltaire, and the found sounds echo the first few Godspeed! You Black Emperor releases. Always on the…

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BRENNER & MOLENAAR: Uninvited Savior Collaboration By THOSE DARN GNOMES And GRIDFAILURE Creators To See Nefarious Industries Release; “Burial Delirium” Streaming – Earsplit Compound

Nefarious Industries’ first release of 2020 will be delivered in the form of BRENNER & MOLENAAR’s Uninvited Savior, a massive droning collaboration between Christian Molenaar, the primary fulcrum of San Diego’s intense free-jazz/noise collective THOSE DARN GNOMES, and David Brenner, hostile alchemist of…

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BRENNER & MOLENAAR: Uninvited Savior

Uninvited Savior is a massive droning collaboration between Christian Molenaar, the primary fulcrum of San Diego’s intense free-jazz/noise collective THOSE DARN GNOMES, and David Brenner, hostile alchemist of New York City-area harsh experiment GRIDFAILURE. On Uninvited Savior, these two experimentalists…

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