Fever 333 + Korn + Suicidal Tendencies Members' Noise Collab

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  • Fever 333 + Korn + Suicidal Tendencies Members' Noise Collab
    POSTED 26 Jan 2021

    aric

    Fever 333's extremely talented drummer Aric Improta has just released a very cool new experimental/noise project titled ZHURM (literally translates to "NOISE"), and he's rounded up Korn guitarist Munky and Suicidal Tendencies bassist Ra Díaz to help him complete his vision!

    ZHURM is a four-minute track that goes beyond the traditional tools of music, using all sorts of every day objects like skateboards, trash cans, fishbowls and even his own body to create the music.

    While the whole thing starts out pretty high-art, it does turn into more of an actual song at around the 1:58 mark, as Munky brings in some punk-esque riffs and Díaz shreds his bass underneath.

    There really is just way too much going on here for us to even scratch the surface - watch it for yourself below:

    Aric Improta told Kerrang how the whole thing came together, saying:

    "As a film major, I've been very interested in the work of foley artists and their creative contributions to enhance the viewer's experience. During quarantine, I decided to start this art project with my film collaborator Kevin Garcia, where we recorded a ton of found sounds then tried to compose a song around the noises we captured.

    [Munky] came out to the studio and improvised for three hours straight. He even brought a cello to experiment with. After everything was tracked, I went through all of the recordings, grabbed my favorite parts and built the middle and end around his work."

     

     

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Submitted by Site Factory admin on Tue, 01/26/2021 - 00:02

aric

Fever 333's extremely talented drummer Aric Improta has just released a very cool new experimental/noise project titled ZHURM (literally translates to "NOISE"), and he's rounded up Korn guitarist Munky and Suicidal Tendencies bassist Ra Díaz to help him complete his vision!

ZHURM is a four-minute track that goes beyond the traditional tools of music, using all sorts of every day objects like skateboards, trash cans, fishbowls and even his own body to create the music.

While the whole thing starts out pretty high-art, it does turn into more of an actual song at around the 1:58 mark, as Munky brings in some punk-esque riffs and Díaz shreds his bass underneath.

There really is just way too much going on here for us to even scratch the surface - watch it for yourself below:

Aric Improta told Kerrang how the whole thing came together, saying:

"As a film major, I've been very interested in the work of foley artists and their creative contributions to enhance the viewer's experience. During quarantine, I decided to start this art project with my film collaborator Kevin Garcia, where we recorded a ton of found sounds then tried to compose a song around the noises we captured.

[Munky] came out to the studio and improvised for three hours straight. He even brought a cello to experiment with. After everything was tracked, I went through all of the recordings, grabbed my favorite parts and built the middle and end around his work."

 

 

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