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CVLT NATION review of “An Occasion For Death”: http://www.cvltnation.com/think-god-out-of-existence-the-vomit-arsonist-review/"The looping and rhythmic nature of the sounds that Grant has coaxed out like a sick shaman lends the entire album a sense of structure and purpose, escaping the formlessness and lack of dynamics so common in dark electronics. The Vomit Arsonist skirts the line between a rock hard rain of blows and a more ambient approach that, while still noisy, is listenable in a way that many artists in the genre are not."

CVLT NATION review of “An Occasion For Death”: http://www.cvltnation.com/think-god-out-of-existence-the-vomit-arsonist-review/

"The looping and rhythmic nature of the sounds that Grant has coaxed out like a sick shaman lends the entire album a sense of structure and purpose, escaping the formlessness and lack of dynamics so common in dark electronics. The Vomit Arsonist skirts the line between a rock hard rain of blows and a more ambient approach that, while still noisy, is listenable in a way that many artists in the genre are not."

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"…more harrowing than brutally heavy, this album is both bleak and nihilistic to its core." - Noise Receptor (full review here: http://noisereceptor.wordpress.com/2013/08/03/the-vomit-arsonist-an-occasion-for-death/)

"There are few albums of late that can change the landscape of Extreme Industrial sound and this is one of them." - Absolute Zero Media (full review here: http://absolutezeromedia.com/)

"Slow, meandering, oppressive, moving with a distinct goal." - Tenebrous Tongues (full review here: http://tenebroustongues.blogspot.com/2013/08/review-vomit-arsonist-occasion-for-death.html?m=1)

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"This is one of several discs that have arrived lately that I would place in the “music for serial killers” category and it is perfect listening for pre or after the act. In fact it is surprisingly chilled and I would be tempted to put this on to unwind after a hard night of dismemberment when all the cleaning up had been done and you just wanted to relax and unwind."  7/10 - Ave Noctum 

(full review here: http://www.avenoctum.com/2013/07/the-vomit-arsonist-an-occasion-for-death-malignant-records/)

An Occasion for Death is one of those perfect albums that does not require a particular mood or mindset to fully embrace it on the multiple levels of which a good album has many of.  The spaciousness of the songs on this album allow for a lot of breathing room and vaporous atmosphere but never wanders too far from being able to instantaneously condense those spread out masses into strangling intense moments that will gradually wring your neck with deadly virility such as is done via “At the Edge of Life, Everything is an Occasion for Death”.” - Forbidden Magazine

(full review here: http://forbidden-magazine.com/2013/07/malignant-records-black-plague-label-spotlight/#.Ufgf7IV-zN5)

The Vomit Arsonist - An Occasion for Death



new CD out now on malignant records!

"When one looks at the hierarchy of US power electronics and death industrial, few names belong at the top like Rhode Island’s The Vomit Arsonist. The project of Andrew Grant since 2004, time has seen The Vomit Arsonist evolve into a major force, channeling aggression, negativity, and spite, and molding it into a focused, pinpoint display of barely restrained power and purely dark emotion. The 7 tracks found An Occasion for Death encapsulate this to near perfection, blending bleak, atmospheric drones and ominous synth layers with distorted frequency grind, mechanized rhythms, looping pulsations, and vocals that cut through the mix with unbridled animosity and ferocity. A welcome, and perhaps overdue addition to the Malignant roster. In 6 panel digipak, mastered by Steel Hook Audio."

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People were interesting at first. Then later, slowly but surely, all the flaws and madness would manifest themselves. I would become less and less to them; they would mean less and less to me.

—Charles Bukowski  (via ugh)

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THE VOMIT ARSONIST - Means to an End
A shortened edit of “Means to an End” from the forthcoming album “An Occasion For Death” (Malignant Records) due out July 9th, 2013

Video Effects & Sound by Andrew Grant
Additional sound by Stephen Petrus
Video source: “Seul Contre Tous” by Gaspar Noe

if all goes as planned, malignant records will have “an occasion for death” available the week of july 9th.  more details when there are some. 

if all goes as planned, malignant records will have “an occasion for death” available the week of july 9th.  more details when there are some. 

ritvalknife asked: Recently picked the split between yourself and The Black Scorpio Underground and it's excellent. Definitely looking forward to purchasing more of your music. That's all :-)

thanks!  glad you’re into it. 

Regosphere & The Vomit Arsonist - “Mechanized Lobotomy”

taken from the forthcoming 3” CD-R that will be packaged with the special edition of our split 7”.

After two years in the making both Lee Bartow and Andy Grant deliver one of the most compelling yet dismal releases of modern time, bringing forth a quality and darkness unimaginable, and further more must be experienced to truly grasp such an emotional thought provoking journey into fear, torment and an almost endless anguish…Inspired by a mutual obsession with Lars von Trier’s magnum opus, ANTICHRIST. This is the result…

Pro CD-R housed in full color 4 panel digi pack limited to 100 copies.available here: http://danversstate.storenvy.com/products/1363600-theologian-the-vomit-arsonist-nature-is-satans-church

After two years in the making both Lee Bartow and Andy Grant deliver one of the most compelling yet dismal releases of modern time, bringing forth a quality and darkness unimaginable, and further more must be experienced to truly grasp such an emotional thought provoking journey into fear, torment and an almost endless anguish…Inspired by a mutual obsession with Lars von Trier’s magnum opus, ANTICHRIST. This is the result…

Pro CD-R housed in full color 4 panel digi pack limited to 100 copies.

available here: http://danversstate.storenvy.com/products/1363600-theologian-the-vomit-arsonist-nature-is-satans-church

THE VOMIT ARSONIST - “An Occasion For Death” Full Length CD coming Summer 2013 on Malignant Records

THE VOMIT ARSONIST - “An Occasion For Death”
Full Length CD coming Summer 2013 on Malignant Records

THE BLACK SCORPIO UNDERGROUND / THE VOMIT ARSONIST - Split 7” on colored vinyl, ltd to 200(?)review from CRUCIAL BLAST:”More evil industrial noise from The Black Scorpio Underground, once again teaming up with another like-minded filth-merchant in the form of US death industrialist The Vomit Arsonist, with both artists bringing us more of their rotting black sonics. I wasn’t expecting the sort of black ambient horror that The Black Scorpio Underground gives us with “Rage Traitor”; previous offerings from this band have been considerably more abrasive and ear-damaging. Here though, the Underground descends into a lightless abyss of vast subterranean tremors and distant howling voices, gusts of icy metallic whir and cavernous reverberations that eventually erupt into a nightmarish din of black noise, with damned voices shrieking in anguish while blasts of rumbling noise and percussive sheet-metal tremors rise up out of the sulfurous depths. A really nice take on Heresy-era Lustmord sonics, filtered through the Black Scorpio Underground’s distinctly hellish brand of industrial vomit. The flipside has “All Is Lost” from The Vomit Arsonist, an American death industrial project that I’ve just recently been starting to really get into. This is another quality slab of rumbling industrial dread from this outfit, a minimal dronescape of deep tectonic reverberations and distant whirring drones that become a backdrop to the increasingly manic scrapings and squealing of god-knows-what that fill the foreground. This slowly builds as those background rumblings increase in volume and intensity, and the Arsonist’s distorted demonic vocals drift in with more exhalations of abject misanthropy while the synths shift into a wavering, seething mass of low-end electro-swarm. Its another example of why this is becoming one of the best Stateside proponents of that BDN-inspired industrial deathcrush.”

THE BLACK SCORPIO UNDERGROUND / THE VOMIT ARSONIST - Split 7” on colored vinyl, ltd to 200(?)

review from CRUCIAL BLAST:
More evil industrial noise from The Black Scorpio Underground, once again teaming up with another like-minded filth-merchant in the form of US death industrialist The Vomit Arsonist, with both artists bringing us more of their rotting black sonics.
I wasn’t expecting the sort of black ambient horror that The Black Scorpio Underground gives us with “Rage Traitor”; previous offerings from this band have been considerably more abrasive and ear-damaging. Here though, the Underground descends into a lightless abyss of vast subterranean tremors and distant howling voices, gusts of icy metallic whir and cavernous reverberations that eventually erupt into a nightmarish din of black noise, with damned voices shrieking in anguish while blasts of rumbling noise and percussive sheet-metal tremors rise up out of the sulfurous depths. A really nice take on Heresy-era Lustmord sonics, filtered through the Black Scorpio Underground’s distinctly hellish brand of industrial vomit.
The flipside has “All Is Lost” from The Vomit Arsonist, an American death industrial project that I’ve just recently been starting to really get into. This is another quality slab of rumbling industrial dread from this outfit, a minimal dronescape of deep tectonic reverberations and distant whirring drones that become a backdrop to the increasingly manic scrapings and squealing of god-knows-what that fill the foreground. This slowly builds as those background rumblings increase in volume and intensity, and the Arsonist’s distorted demonic vocals drift in with more exhalations of abject misanthropy while the synths shift into a wavering, seething mass of low-end electro-swarm. Its another example of why this is becoming one of the best Stateside proponents of that BDN-inspired industrial deathcrush.”