2010 release. If Drum 'n' Bass could be reduced to it's component elements, and re-contextualised as a truly horrifying and soul incinerating music, then certainly London's Imaginary Forces is still Drum 'n' Bass. The Filth Columnist does precisely that: deconstructs electronic party music, and turns it into something far far more nightmarish and challenging than the modern sound of Jungle music. Having much more musically in common with Sunn O))), Merzbow and spiraling Psychedelia than structured electronic music, the album was written with a total disregard for modern ideas of form and structure, and a brain piercing sense of anger at conformity. This record will not be loved by all, but should be regarded as the important creative work it represents. Drum 'n' Bass, Breakcore, and Beat music turned into a schizophrenic, Ballardian dream.