Vatican Shadow - Remember Your Black Day

Vatican Shadow - Remember Your Black Day

Katalog: Musik
EAN: 5060165481217
Bestellnummer: 6548121
Veröffentlichung: 15.11.2013
Set-Inhalt: 1
Limitierung: Nein
Verpackung: Jewelcase
Format: CD
Genre: Techno/House/Electronica
Label: Hospital Productions
Anbieter: WAS Word and Sound
Preiscode: 205
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Guter Kontrast zum überstrapazierten Noise Techno, der die perfekte Balance zwischen Distortion,... mehr
Produktinformationen "Vatican Shadow - Remember Your Black Day"
Guter Kontrast zum überstrapazierten Noise Techno, der die perfekte Balance zwischen Distortion, drückendem Bass und cleanen Synths und Claps in surrealer Klangsphäre hält.

WE ARE VERY PLEASED TO START WORKING WITH BOOMKAT IN-HOUSE LABEL HOSPITAL PRODUCTIONS.

We kick off in fine style with the first official full length album from Vatican Shadow (aka Dominick Fernow from Prurient/Cold Cave) after over a dozen cassette and vinyl only releases and reissues, and the first to be released on CD format. Remember Your Black Day is the debut album proper from Vatican Shadow, the first material conceived and produced as a full length by Dominick Fernow for the project following almost a dozen tapes (mostly released on Hospital Productions) and vinyl editions (released by the likes of Blackest Ever Black, Modern Love and Type) over the last three years. None of the 8 tracks included have been released before on any other format. *At a time when the scene is saturated with Noise Techno the album is almost celebratory by contrast, balancing caustic licks of distortion and oppressive bass with cleanly mixed synth tones and ricocheting claps in a shell-shocked, surreal soundsphere. WIth production assistance from Juan Mendez (Silent Servant), the album includes the most direct and propulsive Vatican Shadow material yet, continuing an evolutionary shift awayfrom the complex, collage-based narrative of those cassette releases into more visibly direct contact with the listener. There is a functional connection to dance music here, honing in on the human element embedded within a subject matter so fraught with inhumanity.