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Gonzo Giveaway

We have received a few copies of the Gonzo Circus coverdisk (Sept 09 issue), on which Human Greed’s Dalkeith Night, from the Black Hill album is featured.

We propose to ship a free copy of the disk with each order received at the online Omnempathy store to anyone interested. Simply let us know when you order that you’d like the disk included.

For info, as well as Dalkeith Night, feat. David Tibet, the disk also features tracks from Peter Broderick, Kreng, Little Women, Master Musicians of Bukkake, Silvester Anfang II, Hadewych, Isaa, Mandelbrot, Cathode, The Sight Below, Lysn, and Brunk

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Black Hill :: Sentireascoltare Review

Human Greed’s profile continues to grow in Italy. Another nice review by Sara Bracco has been published by Sentireascoltare. Once again, those of us unfortunate enough not to be able to speak Italian are warmed by the effect of automated web translation tools: “…the pitch is short and soul humoral paradoxically opposed. The change is evident and is not dictated by the individual episodes, but from almost every element you grant to the next plasma, influencing or denying.”

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Black Hill :: Sentireascoltare Review

Human Greed’s profile continues to grow in Italy. Another nice review by Sara Bracco has been published by Sentireascoltare. Once again, those of us unfortunate enough not to be able to speak Italian are warmed by the effect of automated web translation tools: “…the pitch is short and soul humoral paradoxically opposed. The change is evident and is not dictated by the individual episodes, but from almost every element you grant to the next plasma, influencing or denying.”

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Musique Machine Review

“From the albums outset to it’s last notes the pair completely & utterly enchant the listener … Black Hill: Midnight at the Blighted Star is a gripping, swirling and multi layered masterpiece of uneasy, madness, with odd moments of great grace and beauty.”

Another highly positive review, this time from Roger Batty at Musique Machine – albeit with some questionable name checks and inventive approaches to grammar!

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Black Hill: New Italian Reviews

Two Black Hill reviews, in Italian, have been published by Ondarock – click here and Drexkode – click here

Again, there’s fun to be had for English readers requiring the assistance of Google Translator: “Human Greed shows that it has thoroughly investigated this maze of despair, approaching the idea of a dark-ambient that, despite its bleak austerity, never stops to let presage scenarios chilling ambiguity. As if the Day of Recompense was around the corner, as if the angels exterminators did not have time to waste … ” Do they mean me?

I have been aware in the last month or so that interest in HG has been growing in Italy, and I hope that this translates itself at some point in the near future into an invitation to perform there.