Part 1 of a limited edition 4 LP set. Renowned Japanese innovators Boris and Merzbow have teamed up with Relapse for their new collaborative release Gensho, one of the artists' most daring works to date. Named after the Japanese word for "phenomenon," Gensho is a unique release featuring over 150 minutes of new music spread across four LPs, available as two separate double LP sets. The Boris songs are completely new, percussion-less reinventions of classic tracks from the band's storied catalog, while Merzbow's songs are entirely new compositions. The two sets are intended to be played at the same time at varying volumes so that the listener can experience their own "gensho/phenomenon" every time. As with every Boris With Merzbow release, the only thing to expect is the unexpected, lending the album near-infinite potential for aural discovery and encouraging direct interactivity with the listener rarely found in such unconventional music. An untouchable paroxysm of noisy, droning experimentation!
Farewell (Disc 1) - Boris
Huge (Disc 1) - Boris
Resonance (Disc 1) - Boris
Rainbow (Disc 1) - Boris
Sometimes (Disc 1) - Boris
Heavy Rain (Disc 1) - Boris
Akuma No Uta (Disc 1) - Boris
Akirame Flower (Disc 1) - Boris
Vomitself (Disc 1) - Boris
Planet of the Cows (Disc 2) - Merzbow
Goloka Pt.1 (Disc 2) - Merzbow
Goloka Pt.2 (Disc 2) 19:33 - Merzbow
Prelude to a Broken Arm (Disc 2) - Merzbow
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.