I could not find a whole lot on Formadehydra, except that the bandcamp page states that the hail from Lakeland Florida. I finally found an Instagram page that links to Dylan Houser, so it seems that this is another project from the same person. I had previously reviewed Houser’s “Thunk,” which I described as “a chaotic mess, which is everything that noise should be,” so I figured that I would be in for some noise. This disc departs from Thunk’s clanking, rumbling feedback-laden composition in favor of a wall of rumbling noise. This is pleasant listening for the noise aficionado, but as I have stated before, I like some variety in my noise. Thankfully, this is well balanced, with bits of high end quietly emerging from the staticy bass rumble. I enjoyed it enough on its own, although I would have liked a lot more to happen in a 22-minute track. What makes this particularly interesting is listening to it and considering the exterior sounds that interrupt as part of the composition – the planes flying overhead, the dog barking outside, the people talking outside of my window. One can easily think of this as a noise version of John Cage’s 4:33 where the audience must contribute to the composition. This album weighs in at 22 minutes.