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Third album from the band that defined Fysisk Format and the Black Hole Crew. Featuring members from Okkultokrati. Three years after their previous album, Haust are back with their most raw and primitive release to date: NO - a tirade of oxymorons in musical form. As singer Vebjørn says: "NO is about loving the world that exploits you and wanting to die because of it". In nine short tracks the listener is pulled back into a time where rock'n'roll and punk were synonymous with rawness and vulnerability. NO is a worship of total humiliation, of the pleasure in realizing one's own limitations. Like all outsider music, Haust celebrate the togetherness of those who walk their own paths - those who run away from Sunday school to go berserk in the woods. Outsiders need togetherness, as explicitly expressed in the opening track: "Spit in my face, because I can't do it myself". The guys in Haust grew up in Notodden in the hills of Norway, in the shadows of hotrod hicks and the black metal crowd surrounding Emperor. Haust were never a part of these groups, but were inevitably infected by the mix of white trash and black metal. After Haust moved to Oslo they were quickly picked up by Tiger Record's newly started label Fysisk Format. "Ride the Relapse" from 2008 was the first album the label released, and with songs like "White Trash Extravaganza" and "Ugly Fucking Oslo" Haust became a focal point and defining reference for like-minded people in Oslo. The follow-up release "Powers of Horror" from 2010 is a more complex record, and with tracks like "Skate Rock" and "Anti-Reproductive"'s sado-nazi-zombie-video, Haust grew internationally, and among other things toured with Rotten Sound and Trap Them. Around the time Haust's "Anti-Reproductive"-agenda started spreading, Haust ironically became the source of a load of new bands: the milieu that quickly were named "Black Hole Crew" spewed out shady bands like Okkultokrati, Dark Times and Blackest Woods. All these bands had two things in common: Primarily a disgust for the choking chummery in Oslo s music scene, and secondarily, they all featured members or production help from Haust. After two records and splits with Okkultokrati and Next Life, Haust were on the verge of decay and dissolve. The deliverance that led to NO came in the form of two new growths on Haust's body: drummer Øystein Wyller Odden from Uniforms amp; Dropouts and bass player Henrik Myrvold from Evolve and Raging Fugitives. Haust's old friend Jørn Tore Egseth was brought in to play keyboard and mix the record with guitarist and riffmaestro Pål Bredrup. On NO, Haust are also enforced by vocals from Dark Times' Ann Kristin Traaen on the title track and "Into The Night". Full of new ideas and drive, NO was created in two short weeks full of arguing, distrust and rehearsal. When the time for the actual recording session, the studio technician at Malabar in Oslo barely had time to put on the coffee before the band were done: In one hour, everything was put to tape. That was all it took for the record to be, in the words of the opening track, "Trashy amp; Tasteful. Pure amp; Hateful. Raw Rudimentary Rage". LP version contains a CD of the whole album.