Intensive and claustrophobic Neue Deutsche Welle with an obvious akin to the acrid sturm und drang of Einsturzende Neubauten, though Skeleton Dismembered manipulate similarly corrosive components to appreciably different ends, from teasing out events into acidy tracers though suctioning filtration on ""Reliefpfepler" and "Flehen Ohne Ende" to downshifting into the spectrally droning malevolence of the lengthy "Rite". The cover appears to suggest that this is from 1977, which seems distinctly unlikely given the look of the cassette shell itself and the sonics contained therein (and if it is in fact from '77, then give these boys a prize, as they both anticipate and surpass much of what followed 3-4 years hence), but whatever it's date of origin, this is The Serious Goods.
NOTE: As Joseph mentioned in the comment board, it turns out that this is in fact not a NDW-era release at all, but a tape from 1993, though one would be forgiven for mistaking the sonics for the period article, so close is the spirit here to early 80's Einsturzende Neubauten...
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