Peter Aaron: electric guitar, effects
Bobby Previte: trap drums, electric guitar
John Rosenthal: electric bass, electric guitar
Music from the motion picture "The Furies Inside Me"
Written, Produced, and Directed by Michael P. DiPaolo http://www.blackcatcinema.com
Reviews: (Sound Projector) Slightly more conventional rock moves to be savoured on the groovuloid cassette The Furies Inside Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (EH?108). The trio Peter Aaron, Bobby Previte and John Rosenthal all play electric guitars, with Previte’s drumming and Rosenthal’s bass playing to underpin some excellent fretwork excesses. There is indeed a film called The Furies Inside Me directed by Michael P. DiPaolo for Black Cat cinema, and without seeing a single sprocket hole of it, I’d say we can legitimately hope for something demented and crazed on strength of this chaotic, untamed music. Sun City Girls back in the dark ages used to put out LPs on their own label pretending they were soundtracks for insane obscure horror movies that never existed (such as Piasa, Devourer of Men which might have been about a giant pterodactyl), a little anecdote I mention since moments of this rip-roaring tape remind me of brothers Alan and Rick Bishop at their most unhinged. Putting three electric guitars in the room at once is also a good idea and the full-on apocalyptic sound that results is exciting and terrifying all at once. Added bonus is relative short kick of the songs, some punching in at two or three mins apiece, as if pursued by nasty harpies who want them out of the house. Hardcore punk, freeform noise fer sure…Previte is a skilled jazz drummer too and has recorded with John Zorn and Elliott Sharp, if roadmaps needed…Peter Aaron is likewise an all-American hero from Sand In The Face and Chrome Cranks, and he made the scorching tape Purges with drummer Brian Chase for this label. Me highly alarmed and delighted by this meaty blaster, restless grim noise attack for red nightmares. - Ed Pinsent