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Discordance Axis - Pikadourei album

Discordance Axis - Pikadourei album

  • Performer: Discordance Axis
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Pikadourei
  • Released: Oct 2002
  • Style: Grindcore
  • Label: Hydra Head Records
  • Catalog: HH666-69
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2967 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1901 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 290


3Ikaruga Promo Video
Producer – Jon Chang
4Selected Artwork
10Leaden Stride To Nowhere
11Radiant Arkham
13Pattern Blue
14One Last Final Dystopia
167.62 MM (Live 1996)
Producer – Craig Schroder
17The Necropolitan
19Castration Rite
21Use Of Weapons
22Carcass Lottery
23Angel Present
24The End Of Rebirth
25The Inalienable Dreamless
26Compiling Autumn


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WWR-023Discordance Axis Pikadourei ‎(DVD)Wicked Witch RecordsWWR-023US2002


Chapter 1 (Tracks 1.1 - 1.19) is titled "Tokyo 2001": "Sound for these shows was recorded live, in-camera. We had sound board DATS of all the shows but this mix sounded best to us. Typeface and The Necropolitan feature momentary sound drop outs where everyone went crazy and the camera was kicked hard enough that it simply shut off. Rather than splice in audio that didn't match we left the drop-outs as they were. Oh and there's nothing wrong with your DVD player. That is how it's supposed to look. It's certainly what it feels like ^_^"

Ikaruga Promo Video: "Jon Chang animated this in July 2001 while waiting for Schober to finish the editing of the live stuff. Some of the screens you see are composites of video game screenshots taken from ESP Rade, DoDonpachi, Radiant, Silvergun, GigaWing 2, Mars Matrix and Storm of Progear. This piece contains over 1000 frames of animation and took 4 weeks to produce."

7.62 MM (live 1996): "The original-official DA video shot and edited by Craig Schober. I still remember seeing the video tape spooled throughout the entire downstairs of Craig's house while he ran magnets over and burned the tape while simultaneously kicking the VCR and futzing with the cables to make the signal worse."

Chapter 6 is titled "Gallery" and is a collection of live band photos and other Discordance Axis related artwork.

"Tablature" features pictures of hand scrawled notation of the chords and riffs to most songs on the DVD.

"Thanks for 10 years of non-stop blast parts with no bass ^_^"