Four cuts recorded in 2003 by harsh electronics innovator Masami Akita.
"It‚s been years since I've reviewed a Merzbow CD. Every other month I see a new release surface yet I hesitate to listen. After the 10 CDs I've heard in the past, I was expecting the same old harsh white noise; I'm happy to say that I was wrong.
"Greenman", the opener, starts with a junk percussion sound and quickly turns violent and spacious, with plenty of layers and textures. "Rock Me Booa" is also pounding and percussive, with more focus on the wall of electronics and swirling feedback. Loud and abrasive is "Untitled 12," a thirteen minute piece. "Herpos Suite" clocks in at 26 minutes and is very hard to get through. Very uneasy, very loud.
My attention span is more in the five minute marker, but good nonetheless. Once again Masami Akita proves he is the king of noise; Japanese or otherwise." - (Fever Pitch Music, USA).