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By Rubin Farr
brothers Atticus Ross (NIN) and Leopold Ross, along with Bobby Krlic (HC) release an album originally intended as the soundtrack to the documentary Almost Holy. Edition of 250 hand-numbered copies, comes with alternate screen-printed wrap around sleeve, wax sealed, and available by mail-order only. Standard LP also available.
Anyone else listening to this?
I'm enjoying it so far. I had listened to the lead single 'Pandemic', link below, but couldn't really get into it on it's own. Rabit really sets the stage for it on the album.
I love his abrasive sounds and melodies.
I'm looking forward to listening to this one alot this winter.
"The Body & The Haxan Cloak have announced the release of I Shall Die Here, which will be released through RVNG Intl on 1st April. It finds the duo teaming up with Bobby 'The Haxan Cloak' Krlic, for a record which promises to find "the tried and true sound of The Body cut to pieces, mutilated by process and re-animated in a spectral state by the newly minted partnership." Given Krlic's success at honing his sound to a stark, violent and often chilling form of electronic music - see last year's Excavation album - we suspect that the resulting album will be among the most viscerally unsettling things we'll hear all year.
“Fis’s music, as complex and alien sounding as it can be, presents a challenge when trying to explain exactly what it sounds like. His tracks often have the ability to completely disorientate and absorb the listener, creating rhythms that constantly seem to be consuming one another, shifting before anyones had a chance to process them".
By Guest 777operations
Featuring remixes of material from Kiyomizu by:
The Haxan Cloak
Secret Killer of Names
Available at Bandcamp