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Stalaggh

Basing their name on the word for German WWII prisoner-of-war camps (Stalag), the mysterious conglomerate referred to as Stalaggh was rumored to become made up of several well-known musicians in the Dutch and Belgian extreme steel scenes, but their “music” will be a lot harder to pin down, composed of all types of experimental sounds creations that tend to be as obscure as the men in it. After all, produces such as for example Stalaggh (EP, 2001), Projekt Nihil (Compact disc, 2003), Projekt Terrror (Compact disc & Dvd movie, 2004), Nihilistik Terrror (Compact disc, 2006), and Projekt Misanthropia (Compact disc, 2007), covered a broad range of tempestuous audio, ranging from severe metal to commercial collages, to, unusually, ambient consumer electronics, to Dadaist sound experiments; most of them generally topped with incensed screaming rather than actual words and phrases and lyrics. In 2007, the task announced its conclusion, but guaranteed to return currently enough as a fresh entity, imaginatively renamed “Gulaggh.”

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