Review: Halthan – Poetic Jusctice

Halthan - Poetic Justice

Another fine bizcard-cdr by Corrosive Art Records, this time featuring one of Europe’s most powerful power-electronics units: Halthan.

The first of the two tracks is entitled „Stanford Society“. Low-end synth-drones are the foundation upon which the vocals are layered, making heavy use of flangers and other modulation-effects. The overall feel of the track is dark and intimidating and fits perfectly to the association of the Stanford Prison Experiment.

The second track „Patient/Victim pt. 1″ is a collage of different vocal samples of anarchic, anti-capitalist statements. The vocal-deliveries are super clear so it is easy to get the message. In my opinion this is one of Halthan’s best works.
The bizcard-cdr comes in a small, handmade cardboard sleeve, which houses the disc and an insert, featuring some of the vocal-lines of „Stanford Society“.

By the time this review is published the disc is sold out allready. Try the discogs-marketplace or ebay, „Poetic Justice“ is another very fine release by either Halthan and Corrosive Art and heavily recommended.