Going for a cue from American sounds works like Lightning Bolt, Green & Dark brown, and Death from Above 1979, Noxagt (pronounced “noxact”) network marketing leads the Nor-wave invasion with bass, drums, and viola. Massively large while maintaining a number of the pomp and bombast of Scandinavian steel, the trio produces a dark, huge wall structure of doom. Produced in Norway in 1999, originally being a single task for bassist Kjetil D. Brandsdal, Noxagt became an electrical trio in 2001 with Nils Erga on viola and Jan Christian L. Kyvik on drums. The group eventually released the Pantyland Compact disc EP, a divide 7″ with Hellfire, along with a live 7″, in addition to showing up on four various-artists compilations, two which were incorporated with the most important experimental music newspaper, Wire. Noxagt’s full-length debut, Turning It Down Since 2001 — a relentless assault of deep grooves, pounding drums and viola sound — premiered by Load Information in-may of 2003. It had been implemented in 2004 with the similarly volatile Iron Stage.