(Please expand for ❓)My #callofduty inspired #zombieapocalypse#survival#arsenal is done & has 32 options. So which 2 would you use if you somehow woke up in a #zombieacopalypse world with an ammo #bagofholding ? Any attachments & twinning are hard set. The #riotshield is placed on its side to allow for other weapons to fit. The big weapon on the bottom right is a Riot Thumper aka less than lethal rubber bullet launcher for riot quelling.
Reviewing this album proved to be rather difficult (listened to it 4 times so far) and that's due to the nature of how it was created. The album was made entirely out of sounds originating from plastic objects (from billiard balls and breast implants to riot shields) , exploring our relationship as humans with plastic and longevity. As well as that, the album also marks the duo's 25th anniversary (they're also a couple which I find to be very adorable). What makes it hard to rate this album is that I find it hard to separate the conceptual part of the album from the sonic part. The album starts off with an extremely percussive (rather short) track that thrusts you into the action so to speak, with its extremely unusual sounds you already know this won't be your run of the mill electronic music album. The second track is the only I've heard prior to listening to the whole album (Hadi played it while I was in the car after saying "you wanna hear something weird?"), and its probably the weirdest track on the album but in a very pleasing way with sounds that are refreshing to say the least and an extremely eerie aesthetic. Although I feel like I want to talk about every single track on the album individually I don't want to make an essay of a review so I'll highlight talk about two more tracks, my absolute favorite and my least favorite. My favorite track on the album is Thermoplastic Riot Shield which is by far the most aggressive track on the whole album, which literally takes multiple breaks between the thunderous percussion sounds and screeching riot shield derived noises only to pick up in its intensity. Now my least favorite track is the album's closer Plastisphere, which basically feels like a 4 minute recording of a plastic bag crackling in the wind with ambient sounds of birds and insects in the background. I get that they wanted it to be a bit of a meditative and reflective kind of track but it simply offers a very anticlimactic end to an extremely "climactic" album. #modularsynth#synth#electronicmusic#plastic#pride#riotshield#siliconimplant#potato#production#بطاطس