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🎼 Discordance Axis - Jouhou Album
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3Damage Style
4A Broken Tomorrow
5Rain Perimeter
8Flow My Tears The Policeman Said
9Aperture Of Pinholes
10Vertigo Index
12Nikola Tesla
Electronics – Masami Akita
13Aether Scalpul
14Ashtray Ballpoint
15Information Sniper
16Come Apart Together, Come Together Alone
17A Crack In The Cataracts
18Carcass Lottery


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HH666-072Discordance Axis Jouhou ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM)Hydra Head RecordsHH666-072US2013
HH666-072Discordance Axis Jouhou ‎(2xLP, RE, RM, Gre)Hydra Head RecordsHH666-072US2013
DEVOUR 8Discordance Axis Jouhou ‎(CD, Album)DevourDEVOUR 8US1998
HH666-72Discordance Axis 2. Perfect Collection. Jouhou ‎(CD, Comp, RE, DVD)Hydra Head RecordsHH666-72US2004
HH666-072Discordance Axis Jouhou ‎(2xLP, RE, RM, Blu)Hydra Head RecordsHH666-072US2013


  • Artwork [Logo] – William Cathcart
  • Engineer – Bill T. Miller
  • Layout, Typography [Typesetting] – Jon Chang


Recorded at Straight Jacket Studios at Allston, Ma.
edition of 4000 copies, insert with lyrics included.


  • Recorded At – Straight Jacket Studios



Jouhou by Discordance Axis, released 27 January 2004 1. Vertigo Index 2. Panoptic 3. Aperture of Pinholes 4. Information Sniper 5. Carcass Lottery 6. Come Apart Together, Come Together Alone 7. Rain Perimeter 8. A Broken Tomorrow 9. Attrition 10. Nikola Tesla 11. Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said 12. Jouhou 13. Damage Style 14. A Crack in the Cataracts 15. Aether Scalpul 16. Numbers 17. Ashtray Ballpoint 18. Typeface 19. Reciprocity 20. Reincarnation 21. Alzheimer 22. Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said 23. Eye Gag 24. Area Trinity 25. Integer 26. Information Sniper 27. Amphetimine Hollow Tip. Discordance Axis was a killer US grindcore band from New Jersey that acted from 1992 until 2001. This is their second full length album. Originally free to Discordance Axis Jouhou Vertigo Index, Panoptic and more. 32 tracks 53:14. The album was re-released on CD by Hydra Head Records on January 27, 2004. The song Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said is named after the novel of the same name by Philip K. Recording sessions for the album were very stressful for the band, as members would frequently fight and argue. Tracks recorded for the album were either written bef. Discordance Axis discography main. Ulterior 1995. The Inalienable Dreamless 2000. Discordance Axis discography all. Video 1997. Necropolitan 1997. Discordance Axis. Type: Full-length. Album 2004 32 Songs. Rock Axis was a grindcore band from East Brunswick, New Jersey. Frontman Jon Chang on the history of the band: Discordance Axis was a three piece grind core band that started in NJ around 1992. The band started after myself and Rob's previous band disintegrated and we found Dave at a Human Remains show. We asked him to play a split 7 with us and it snowballed from there. Second studio album Jou Hou was originally released in 1997 in a limited vinyl run, but was reissued in 2004 after the band's demise. Jou Hou saw the band entering a critical phase in its development, shifting from straightforward grindcore into a more complex variation on the standards set forth by Napalm Death or . Very few of the album's dozens of tracks reach past the one-minute mark, but even in their brevity, forceful blasts like Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. Band Name Discordance Axis. Album Name Jouhou. Type Album. Released date 1998. Labels Hydra Head Records. Music StyleGrindcore. Members owning this album3. Vertigo Index. Other productions from Discordance Axis. Our Last Day. Pikadourei Live. A colourful album in grindcore is like an oasis in the Sahara, but Discordance Axis make it seem easy. Also, the amount of detail and intricate weavings, the amount of thought, that goes into each and every song is incredible. And while the guitar tone may not be as sharp as one would like, or the drums not as thick, Jouhou has makes up for lack of quality used very loosely in sound for instrumental poweress. Nearly everything said beforehand can be applied to the musical and songwriting approach to Jouhou the intricacy, the abundance of creativity, how it all weaves together to make a stronghold of top-of-the-line grind. Everything is here to make an essential album