Nice Idea, that Pharmakon Album is one of my favorites too. Do you know Puce Mary? I think you might enjoy it. Here's a fine collaboration of Puce Mary and L-R. It's not as great as Puce Mary solo in my opinion, but sadly her other releases are not availabe at Spotify at the moment.
Not a lot of cross-over between death metal and noise, unfortunately. I guess it's because death metal is mostly either technical or rhythm-focused. Luckily, we have other genres of metal crossing over with noise, in particular black metal:
I have a release that might fit here in the Noise rock category. Some may or may not know that White Zombie fronted by Rob Zombie started out as Noise Rock. And there was a rerelease of some of that far older material collected together from the not so umm more polished early days, well before the Horror Rock/Metal sound of WZ and then Rob Zombie solo work would be known for anyway here it is: Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
@jazzwhatever you may already be aware of this, but I feel I just have to post it due to your username and avatar:
Also, if you enjoy the axis a lot, you may also enjoy Blut aus Nord's earlier works (more recent releases are mostly a blend of industrial metal and black metal). I'm not really sure which specific release to recommend, because it's been a while since I listened to them, though.
Cool, I didn't know that. I wish I could listen to it, it's also blocked here in Germany.
I found one I can post about, maybe other Spotify users have access to it. I have been checking out Devin Townsend's solo work, and seems I have gotten to his Dark Ambient/Noise experiment release he did.
Artist: Devin Townsend Release: Devlab Year: 2004 Labels: HevyDevy Style of Music: Dark AmbientNoise Origins: New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Came across another Dark Ambient/Noise/Drone experimental release by Devin Townsend
Artist: Devin Townsend Release: The Hummer Year: 2006 Labels: HevyDevy Style of Music: Dark Ambient, noise, drone Origins: Same as the last post.
The sound frequencies really play with the listener's hearing after awhile. So do not play this while driving it might be a bit too distracting at too high a volume. As with any sound frequency ranges in this type of music experimentation it can produce odd sensations to the listener.