Narrow-minded Metalhead reviews experimental music, why?

Being an avid underground rock/metal listener and huge fan in finding new music and genres I stumbled to TRASHFUCK Records, RedSK and their noise in 2009. A lot of their releases at best make me bored, scared and entertained at the same time. This impressed me to try out more of the weblabel scene and introduced me to Sirona Records’ Arnaud. I decided to start reviewing electronic music records after I realized I’m really not sure what is going on in half of Sironas’ releases.

I’m trying to give my humble opinions on some new music, whose genres, I may or may not have any familiarity, but sure thing is they are far from my normal music grounds. I have a feeling, if by chance I happen to stumble to albums with genre titles like “rave” “deathcore” or “techno”, I might have a hard time saying a single positive thing, but nevermind that. You can always bypass it by the fact that I’m just narrow-minded metalhead reviewing experimental music.

When I stared this review serie in 2011 I did not have many electronic artists which I was a fan of. Since that, the number has increased considerably.

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