After their third album, AIDS WOLF released one of their most unique records in an already singular discography - a 12' bringing together some of the most important noise musicians of the past decade to remix their cover of Throbbing Gristle's 'Very Friendly'.
The results: Nightmarish kraut conjured by The Flying Luttenbachers' Weasel Walter; sparse, terrifying soundscapes from Wolf Eyes' John Olson; searing noise and auto-tune from Baltimore lab rats Nautical Almanac; manic, pounding rhythms from Jason Forrest; and alienating, reverb-drenched skree from Cleveland's Emeralds. Note: The unremixed cover version appears on the AIDS WOLF 'March to the Sea' LP/CD.
Yes, it bears some surface resemblance to the No Wave bands of New York's late '70s, and yes, it's also quasi-Beefheartian, but this simmeringly ugly-beautiful non-categorizable thing that is the band is like an object lesson in modern, progressive, painfully pure music.' - LA WEEKLYThis is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.