This album was built and realized in a spare bedroom converted into a small studio on a shit PC with renoise, tracktor, and some vst plugins. The album contains 6 industrial hardcore tunes with a mixture of hard breaks, noises and atmospheres, and bpms ranging from 175 up to 220.
supported by 4 fans who also own “Tools for Tomorrow EP (DMDIGI004)”
After his last longplayer on the now defunct Strike Records, Stickhead is back, this time on Terror Noise Industry. Four straight teeth gnashing traxx in the typical post Kotzaak Stickhead style that takes no prisoners!
Tyrone Perry aka Dark-T