In Svbterranean’s Album Dissections, artists break down the construction and/or lyrical themes of their records track by track.
Earlier this month Nashville powerviolence duo Thetan unleashed their face-ripping, sophomore full-length, Abysmal, via Anti-Corporate Music. The 18-track, 18-minute-long record assaults listeners with hyper-speed, hyper-violent bass-and-drum hardcore that doesn’t let up. Fans of Charles Bronson, Spazz, and all things Slap-a-Ham are encouraged to pay attention.
Thetan bassist/vocalist Dan Emery was kind enough to drop by and participate in our Album Dissections series to breakdown the construction of the album as well as its deeply personal lyrical themes. Check out what Emery had to say below. Continue Reading