Eighth studio album recorded somewhere in Italy, the Swiss trash kings to Reverend Beat-Man around. The record begins with one of the simplest and most direct love songs ever, "I Want You" a riff and a line. Even more simplicity to be found in the "More You Talk Less I Here You" which today can actually be regarded almost as a political statement. Wild, simple and rough, whipped by the Duo-Drums always forward songs that leave no space for wide compositions. Here is still powerful distorted & trashy gone to work! Influenced by roughest Garage Trash, Sixties Punk and Rockabilly Grind the Monsters take the Fuzz Acid attacks, primeval drum bashing and psychotic Satanism. Its 187% no MTV and top 100 shit!
Let's get detailed:
Size: 341mm x 341mm x 27mm = 0.32 m³ volume
Weight: 2.2 kg
Sleeve: three layers of birch plywood with black melamine resin deck consisting of 87 Parts
Processing: Record cover artwork as 15-piece sliding puzzle with negatively 3D CNC-machined wood cut. 65m and 11m engraving grooves per Artwork
26580 lines long as milling CNC program for the artwork
Back cover artwork engraved. Central position as an insert pocket for receiving the vinyl.
Production Time: 1050 Minutes per Copy
Edition: limited edition of 200 copies180 gram, black vinyl