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Avon Terror Corps is here for round two, presenting the debut release (after having whipped up many a storm in venues across Bristol and further out of town) from improv-force Dali De Saint Paul (EP/64) and Miguel Prado (Nzumbe), together as Harrga –
‘a burn’ in the Moroccan Darija dialect – you’ve been warned.
Adding to the catalogue of furious flames caused by that recent Kinlaw & Franco Franco LP (make sure you grab that too, if you haven’t yet – copies running low), and the Avon Is Dead comp, this LP will go down in history as one of the starkest statements of intent in recent times.
This is a take-no-prisoners, kick-in-the-teeth contemporary take on Industrial music, loaded with all that anger and pent-up frustration, as well as the harrowing, yet exhilarating and utterly cleansing force of these frequencies in combination… There’s nothing contrived or over-polished here, but equally this is as concise and direct as it gets – a visceral focus of energy and creative force.