Badly recorded static fed through a bank of distortion pedals. Check.
SEAGULL-The Conqueror Worm 7” (Ketchup Cavern/KC01) $3.99 Debut release on newly formed Ketchup Cavern label, first vinyl release by Vancouver experimental musician Michael Piercey AKA Seagull after numerous self-released cassettes/CDRs. Performed using homemade noise generators and a gang of distortion pedals, The Conqueror Worm features five minutes of poorly-recorded static, roaring distortion (and some mysterious crackle added by the pressing plant). Guaranteed to confuse your neighbors. 1-sided 7" record, limited to 180 numbered copies, evil b&w cover.This is on Ketchup Cavern records. Or from the myspace page. I just want to know why one sided? I could use a radiot edit or remix of the noise, that's hilarious and awesome.