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 +====== Scrap/​Grinder ======
  
 +Industrial Noise
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 +"​Bearing a distinct influence of Swedish noise legends like [[Sanctum]] and [[Mental Destruction]],​ Scrap/​Grinder'​s first collaboration fuses post industrial percussion with generative beats, glitches, and abrasive, moody technoid atmospheres. ​
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 +Originally recorded in 2005 and completed in 2012, //Ganum// includes four powerful tracks that push the envelope of rhythmic electronic noise. Featuring a guest vocal appearance by Håkan Paulsson (of [[The November Commandment]],​ Counterblast,​ [[Sanctum]] and Azure Skies), Scrap/​Grinder presents a compelling debut that leaves the listener wanting for much more. 
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 +Those familiar with the artists may be able to pick up on the mixture of Aphorism'​s digital complexities with [[Millipede]]'​s deep percussive sensibilities,​ resulting in an aggressive burst of high tech and low tech distorted rhythms, drones, and melodies. Scrap/​Grinder is truly a unique listening experience, not to be missed.:
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 +(from [[https://​scrapgrinder.bandcamp.com/​album/​granum]])
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 +===== Discography =====
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 +| 2012 | Granum |
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 +==== Granum ====
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 +2012 Independent
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 +High tech - Josh Pyle\\
 +Low tech - Don Hill\\
 +Vocals - Håkan “Palle” Paulsson ​
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 +Produced and recorded in Chicago, 2004-2005 ​
 +Additional production in Chicago and Jönköping,​ 2012 
 +Vocals recorded at Hoborec Studio by Ulf Blomberg ​
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 +Artwork by Cathy Nieng\\
 +Mastering by Josh Pyle ([[Audio Paradox]])
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 +“To Make a Ring” written by David Eugene Edwards, 2004\\
 +Courtesy of New Jerusalem music/​ascap ​
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 +  - Snow/Crash (3:47)
 +  - Moth.Rust (3:31)
 +  - On This Level Many Dimensions (3:52)
 +  - To Make a Ring (4:43)
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