Monday, April 24, 2017
SUPPRESSION/ LANDFILL split tape OUT NOW!!! 10 tracks from SUPPRESSION (VA) and 9 tracks from Ohio's LANDFILL, featuring Andy Koettel of CAPTAIN THREE LEG handling vocal duties!!! No fucking about here, both sides cut right to the point!!!
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Monday, March 20, 2017
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Monday, March 13, 2017
HYPNIC JERK (Flint, MI) and OOZING MEAT (Richmond, VA) team up for this brand new, steaming pile of a split tape release!!! Both units egest their own unique blend of blown out, subhuman, harsh noise and noisecore!!! 16 tracks from HJ and 123 tracks from OM. There is, roughly, 7 minutes each of bile-drenched noise from both!!!!
Monday, March 6, 2017
CREEPING is Jeff Plummer (Immaculate Grotesque, Shallow Waters) with Nic De Santis. This shit is unforgiving harsh noise with rusted layers of crunching electronics, low end pulses, pounding, scraping, hulking, scrap metal, and it clocks in right at 30 minutes. The packaging was illustrated, designed, and assembled by Nic De Santis, complete with a wax seal that wraps around white cassette with stickers inside of yellow/ clear tape cases. This is, by far, the sickest looking C.N.P. release to date!!! Very stoked on this one!!!
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
"Fuck Everything" cassette released on CADAVERIZER Records. Black ink on white or grey shirts. Available in S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Monday, January 30, 2017
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
60 minutes of crushing, heavy as fuck, trance inducing, guitar-driven dirge and tape manipulations, with a fucking ghost on vocals!!! LUGWEIGHT is Eric Benson from Brooklyn, NY...we became friends when he lived in here in Richmond, VA. He has been missed in these parts so I am beyond stoked to have "Dealer" now available on C.N.P. This release in Eric's words: “DEALER is an open letter to those who choose to distribute hard drugs for personal gain from the voice of a drug addict. It is an experiment in overexposure to drugs and drug-use. The backing tracks are derived from cassette tapes that were buried in close vicinity to places where crack-cocaine and heroin are bought, sold, and used. This is a relationship where every active party fails. The user’s attempts at portraying helplessness, depression, anxiety and nihilism often stay hidden in the shadows where my tapes were buried. The dealer - the vessel, says nothing and collects no matter the cost. My basic synopsis has become that the entire process is not fringe or dark but instead displays complete normalcy in today's society. These are the paths that most everyone chooses from, the patron or the store; the dealer or the user. The best way to display your hatred and discomfort is to be neither. Long live the observer. I have become a third party and I have failed to write about it efficiently. It may never be put into words properly. I have made this recording as an attempt to document it.” art by Ian McColm and Eric Benson. You can order the 60 minute cassette here: Digital version can be found HERE!!!