Tuesday, March 27, 2007

subQtaneous: fin

Studio album with musicians from Collide, Elektroworx, Mankind is Obsolete, 233project, Veil of Thorns, Choronzon, Babalon, and Rumpelstiltskin Grinder.

After many years, finally, the final masters are finished and set up for print-on-demand. There will likely be other releases of this through other printers with broader distribution, but the music itself is now completely finalized.

"...All of the music on this disc feels very human and percussive, with a number of melodies/chords you wouldn't normally hear in industrial, metal, or any other urban music category. It manages to play a little into avant-garde, jazz, and electronica realms while maintaining a solid cohesiveness. It also captures experimental and political elements unheard on such a magnitude since the alternative heydey of the 80's and early 90's. Sometimes a huge artist roster will dillute the end result, but all of the collaboration on Some Still Despair In A Prozac Nation mixes into a tasty and potent brew. The production is original, flawless, and extremely layered, giving you plenty of repeat listens to pick up everything going on. This album is a notable addition to all the ground-breaking 21st century media that is emerging. If you are a proud member of a subculture, prefer subversive philosophical topics, and/or enjoy having your mind screwed with, this one is a worthwhile purchase. Get it!..." JIVE Magazine Review by Johann Ess.

ReGen Magazine Interview.

The final CD is now available here. The Data CD is available on cafepress & contains high res mp3s, digital images of the album art, and a bunch of bonus material such as: an early release PDF of "Fallen Nation: Babylon Burning", Bedtime Stories With The Antichrist Podcasts (3 hours of audio), and more.

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