The sixth instalment in My Dance The Skull’s Voice Studies series – which has seen tapes from Tom White, Andrew Coltrane and Thurston Moore in it’s brief but fascinating run so far – comes from Mag Resistance who provide two sides of metal-driven vocal madness. It’s actually one of the more accessible releases in the series. Matt Wascovich’s vocals get warped and electrified into an apocalyptic public announcement like something out of Judge Dredd on ‘Future of Futures’, while a vicious grind of cathodic noise surges beneath. “We don’t reside anywhere” is the menacing refrain before it breaks down and leaves voice only, hollering out into empty space “gone forever”. On the flipside it kicks back in again for ‘No More Shadows’. It’s the same commanding voice, this time undercut by mangled echoes as though a wire in his machine has somehow become unstuck and he’s vocalising in an attempt to get it back together. The whole thing collides with Mark Miller’s buzz saw racket to grow into ear-splitting overload. Dystopian fury for your listening pleasure.