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Out Now! New tapes from The Rita / Clew of Worms, Dajjal, Theta, Flowerday, LSFB

11 June 2012 15,547 views No Comment

Available now, new tapes from The Rita, Clew Of Worms (new project), Dajjal, Theta, Flowerday, and LSFB. This batch features some of the harshest material yet on CP, most available in a lower quantity than past releases, so don’t delay.

Flowerday “Une Émeute Pour Le Boer Décadente” CS

R.E. Fontainbleau reports back from his travels with his yarpie friends in the Rainbow Country. Rasta drug lords defend underdevelopment, Samwu strikers set the streets on fire, and Boer kids smoke whoonga. The soundtrack for the riot of decadent urbanites, a monotonic unmoving sludge of burning trash and inhaled HIV retrovirals.

The Rita / Clew Of Worms split CS

The Rita utilizes source material from Daniel Menche’s field recordings of waterfalls in Oregon to yield a dense and rapid torrent of noise. Clew Of Worms produces the first sounds under this monicker as his thick drones are slowed to a crawl and distorted beyond recognition. Heavy walls.

Theta “His Eyes Were Black and I Could See The Circuitry Beneath” CS

Consisting of two members recording live to cassette and working predominantly with electronics, guitars, tape loops, and scrap metal, Theta explore the depths of the vast dimensions of entropic decay leeched from the ruins of a collapsing civilization. This tape, a pro-dubbed single sided C-90 contains one sprawling track that uncoils and contracts in violent spasms of electronic delirium.

LSFB “Loathsome Sounds From Beyond” CS

The crawling chaos is staid. LSFB is the ashen dust left behind in a desert of pulverized glass and molten asphalt, where transmitters dot the landscape and mobile receivers await orders. As they pause, we are on the eve of retaliation. Featuring members of NYARLATHOTEP from Phoenix, Arizona.

Dajjal “Metaxu” CS

Sixty minutes of raw rhythmic industrial music. A parallax view.

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