June 07, 2008
Geronimo - s/t (Three.One.G, 2007)...
This is all the prehistoric horseshit that can be dug out of this worthless skull: Ruiz plays with Beck till the "Zankow zealot" gets signed sans band. Ruiz forms Sleestak, a quartet with Francoso, Gandara and Nelson (Man Is The Bastard + The Bastard Noise). Sleetsak releases two full length CDs then dissolves in the late 90's whenRuiz joins Slowrider till its demise in '04 (which included an unmasked member of Brujeria as well as Oiler/Sarah Spoden vet Gomez). Geronimo reunites Francoso/Nelson/Ruiz in '05 with the vision of a powerful minimalist sound for the purpose of a short Japanese tour. Upon return Geronimo works to complete the 2007 self-titled Three One G session that features vocals from Sandor GF, Pete Majors (both from now defunct Harassor) and David Yow (Jesus Lizard, Qui) accompanied by a peculiar hodgepodge of homemade trogotronic.com instruments.
Imagine Man Is The Bastard transported back to the early seventies and let loose in
This Heat's Cold Storage recording studio, or take the black hypno kraut noise of Aluk Todolo and strip it down to its bare essence, a sound based almost entirely on rhythm. A pounding, Neanderthal groove, pelted with squelches, and laced with a strangled inhuman mewling, huge chunks of grinding minimalism and long swaths of dreamy shimmering bliss, an ultra intense slab of kraut-doom power violence for sure.
HERE (EVEN NEWER LINK)
Posted by Stiles