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Satan Alfa Beel Atem


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1 stars Lowly qualified 30 minutes - what can we gain via this video clip?

This "C.I.A. Dryice System" is credited as a solo work by Ziggy ATEM (namely SATAN ALFA BEEL ATEM), that is separated into two parts - in the former part, maybe in a studio near the seashore, Ziggy sings and performs satanically and schizophrenically, with some musicians and effectors as usual. Images in the clip seem very fuzzy and chaotic (obviously with his intention), his voices are very cheap and tiny, and his infernal worship is dreadful ? without much solemn, infernal aggression just like his album "Delicior Ribbon Pink Beel".

The latter might be his live on a stage somewhere, with a fishy dancer and some players around him. Like an inorganic dog, he barks and shouts something meaningless on stage. Without humanity, without human activity, without any body temperature, he keeps singing, speaking in his spacey language. Amateurish atmosphere and poverty of humanity both are the most regretful matters all around his activities. Wish the images could be better, the sounds could be clearer, or his activity could be more motivating indeed - sadly we cannot gain any of positive feedback.

Let me recommend you never to watch this cheesy video but to listen to loud noises via a machinery factory.

DamoXt7942 | 1/5 |


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