This is very interesting to me, cause I don't like agressive noise, and this "156" project from New York City, is just as I wanted noise to be, relaxed, ominously quiet, but with a full point when it comes to real noise. Check out info also, and a video for my favourite song, it's very important. Thanks.
"156 is a musical project by Adel Souto of Feast of Hate and Fear [dot] com, and has been described as authentic noise (as in the '78 school of industrial music) blending the likes of Einstürzende Neubauten, Test Dept., Z'ev and Crash Worship, and has often been called "an evil drum circle in a junkyard".
Adel began recording after moving to Brooklyn, NY, when finding a few underground passage ways under buildings, as well as the city's subway system. All sounds captured via field recorder, and are organic. Adel is currently working on the same project, but with different sounds besides industrial, such as grind and shoegazer.
Adel began to play bass in 1985 with Gangbangang. In 1987 he joined Miami's first straight edge hardcore outfit, Violent Deed, on vocals. 1991 saw him join Timescape Zero, also on vocals, and left in 1998. He has also played in Sound 4 Sound (vocals), Martini Kulture (tape manipulation), None Dare Call It Treason (vocals), and The Goslings (drums).
Adel may be reached via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting the Feast of Hate and Fear website."