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9 thoughts on “ VI - Kuroi Jukai - Kuroi Jukai (Cassette)

  1. Kuroi Jukai (黒い樹海) literally means "the black sea of trees," and may refer to. another name for Aokigahara, the forest around Mt. Fuji in Japan, sometimes simply called "jukai" ("Sea of Trees"); a novel by Seichō Matsumoto, Kuroi Jukai.
  2. During the third track (thoughtfully titled III), Kuroi Jukai mutates. Starting with a warp not unlike that found in science fiction, the track slowly turns (whilst seguing into 'IV') into a power electronics wall, writhing and stuttering for 2 or so minutes before eventually returning to business as usual.
  3. Mar 13,  · Directed by Jôta Tsunehiro. With Keiko Kitagawa, Osamu Mukai, Ikki Sawamura, Eiko Koike.
  4. Directed by Hideki Hirai. With Rei Kikukawa, Kosuke Toyohara, Hitomi Satô, Miki Fujitani.
  5. (展开全部) SRUIN Sentient Ruin is honored and proud to bring you a first ever vinyl pressing of the only, monumentally annihilating release to have ever surfaced from short-lived and highly elusive Edmonton AB-based Canadian powerviolence/noisegrind suicide commando 黒い樹海 ("Kuroi Jukai", Japanese for "black sea of trees"). By the time the release had posthumously surfaced on cassette .
  6. By the time the release had posthumously surfaced on cassette in April through Canadian harsh noise label Aught\Void, Kuroi Jukai had already ceased to exist, becoming somewhat of a mystery in the Canadian punk and extreme/experimental underground. But this lone self-titled effort has since remained untouched as undisputed testament of the.
  7. A self-titled blast of pulverizing sonic chaos conceived by a mysterious Canadian band from Edmonton AB called 黒い樹海 (“Kuroi Jukai“, which translates to “The Black Sea of Trees” in Japanese). The cassette quickly sold out, and apparently by the time it had even released, the band (of which not much was even known up till then) had already disbanded, becoming an instant enigma of sorts.
  8. Jul 22,  · I was recently told a short story about Aokigahara Jukai in Japan. Seicho Matsumoto wrote a book in the '60's containing the suicides of two lovers in Aokigahara (Aka Suicide Forest). Trust me, I know how creepy my intrest is. It just seems rather captivating. Why would so many people find this book so intriguing that they would take there own lives in the same forest? 30 suicides a year?
  9. Feb 02,  · 黒い樹海 (KUROI JUKAI): Elusive Canadian Noisegrind/Powerviolence Suicide Commando Issue Posthumous Sole Release for the First Time Ever on Vinyl. February 2, Mattia A. By the time the release had posthumously surfaced on cassette in April through Aught\Void, 黒い樹海 had already ceased to exist, becoming somewhat of a.

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