Another explosion is about to batter Israel and this time it's not from the Gaza Strip. Its Montreal-based punk rockers/mental patients, AIDS Wolf and they're bringing their uncontrollable chaos to the Holy Land for a set of three unholy shows. Appropriately sounding like a chorus of rusty boiler pipes colliding in a rundown loft, the offensively titled AIDS Wolf weaves together hardcore punk rock and improvisational techno beats to produce a cacophonous wall of sound. The admittedly disturbed quartet, comprised of two-guitars, drums, and some wicked moaning, formed in 2003 and released their latest album, a collaborative "versus" effort with Providence's Athletic Automation, last year. Entitled Clash of the Life Force Warriors, the disk contains battering drums, guitars that crash like chainsaws and over-the-top vocals reminiscent of a housewife screaming, "Bloody murder." In each track it seems that AIDS Wolf is experimenting with more than just musical sounds and rhythms - they're sculpting pure pandemonium into their tunes. The self-described "cult's" second full-length disk is set to disturb listeners later this year. Thus, with all the iniquitous sounds AIDS Wolf is set to create on stage, it's best that if you can't handle the noise, you don't show-up. After all, this band caters directly to a sick crowd of noise-rock fetishists. AIDS Wolf will place their soiled boots in Haifa on May 28 for a show at City Hall. They'll then travel to Jerusalem for a May 29, 9:00 p.m. show at Uganda, and then to Tel Aviv for an 11:00 p.m. show on the 31st at the ever popular Levontin 7. Tickets range from NIS 40 to NIS 70 depending on location and time. Further ticketing information can be found at aurismedia.com.