Death Genesis: How Excruciating Can Nothingness Be? (Live)

Detroit Noise artist Death Genesis brings seventy minutes of confrontational and uncompromising power electronics/industrial noise, dedicated to the life, work, and visual art of Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the American pathologist and euthanasia proponent who was often portrayed in the media with the name of Dr. Death.⁠

The mini-album Thanatron will be available through MUZAI Records from May 6th, 2022. a concept work based on the names of the doctor's paintings and excerpts from his book Glimmeriqs, while its title comes from Kevorkian's first euthanasia device, and it's a translation of the term 'death machine,' deriving from the Greek daemon, Thanatos.⁠

How Excruciating Can Nothingness Be? is a live track from the coming full length, a 22-minute piece of entirely unusual industrialized noise art, and a fine summary of oddity and musical exploration.

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