/Krautrock, Psych-rock, Experimental rock, Stoner rock, Trance rock, Noise rock/
Comment: although these 5 pieces were produced by Christian Zinke already at the end of the 90s the groove passing through the whole is still impressive and resilient. In fact, the issue has been managed to appear quite poorly in diverse activities because the main accent is set upon trancelike guitar pulsations saturated with fluctuating noise feedbacks and some singing here and there. Stylistically it crosses different styles and phases of path-breaking rock music in history. Indeed, mentally it is obsessive and glowering. It might be that Zinke hates and loves simultaneously what he is doing on it because an intention of the righteous rock music combo should be to destroy its aesthetical basement and scaffold. On the other side, Dreist could be interpreted as an example of space rock flow being captured and enchained, however, thereafter resulting in frantic spasms and delirious rattles within the cage (more concretely, it is tagged as psych-rock). By kindred souls I recommend listen to such names as Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Jesus & Mary Chain, CAN, Faust, Velvet Underground, Spacemen 3. Hilarious shit for sure.