Industrial post-metal outfit Lament Cityscape recently released a remixed and remastered version of their 2015 full-length, The Torn, entitled The Torn (Release). The massive re-release features various remixes from artists such as Theologian and Godhunter, as well as a cover of Ministry‘s “Filth Pig”. To coincide with the record’s release, the band have also released an official film to accompany the record. The film, directed by Neil Corbin, is just as brooding and disquieting as the album itself.
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Halloween is upon us; that glorious time of year in which low-budget horror films are viewed, copious amounts of horrid candy are consumed, and “edgy” kids decorate their rooms with goofy macabre decorations raided from Spirit Halloween stores across the nation. In preparation for this beloved holiday, we at Svbterranean have something special for you weirdos.
Presenting Razor Blades & Chocolate: a new digital compilation with a cheesy name that compiles noise, drone, darkwave, industrial, experimental and generally spooky-sounding acts. This 90 plus-minute mixtape is the perfect soundtrack to your own grisly murder or psychotic breakdown. Check out the compilation after the break via Bandcamp.
As usual, if you enjoy any of the artists featured on this compilation, please support them in any way you can.
In SVB Halloween Theater, we asked various musicians and fellow bloggers to talk about some of their favorite horror films.
Lament Cityscape and Theologian have premiered their cover of Godflesh‘s “Merciless” at Heathen Harvest. The track appears as a digital-only B-side on their recently released collaborative album, Soft Tissue, which can be found here. The track is a faithful yet cacophonous re-imagining of the classic industrial tune, which may prove to be more intense than the original to some. Check it out now.
Theologian and Lament Cityscape have premiered a new track from their forthcoming collaborative album, Soft Tissue, at Decibel. Titled “Inevitability”, the new track weaves together industrial drumming with venomous guitar leads, which eventually explode into complete cacophonous chaos. Check out the track after the break.
Soft Tissue will be released on October 21 via Battleground Records and Annihilvs Power Electronix and can be purchased here.
Lament Cityscape and Theologian have released a fourth track teaser from their forthcoming collaborative album, Soft Tissue. This fourth and final song teaser is for “Soft Tissue Is the First to Go” and shows off 84 seconds of the track’s dense atmospheres and crushing industrial presence. Check out the clip after the break.
Soft Tissue has no official release date as of yet.
Lament Cityscape and Theologian have released the third of four audio teasers from their upcoming collaborative album, Soft Tissue. This newest teaser is for a track called “We Are All Barbaric Scum” and shows a glimpse into the more somber side of the record. Check out the teaser after the break and be sure to check out the previously-released clips here and here.
Soft Tissue has no officially release date at this time.
Industrial post-metallers Lament Cityscape and noise heathens Theologian have released a teaser for a new track from their upcoming collaborative album, Soft Tissue. This second teaser (the first can be found here) is for the track “Old Flyeater”. This 16 second clip hints at a highly industrial, overbearing track full of mechanical rhythms and dark soundscapes. Check out the clip after the break.
Soft Tissue has no official release date at this time.
Californian industrial post-metallers Lament Cityscape and experimental noise outfit Theologian have released the first of four teasers from their upcoming collaborative album, Soft Tissue. This first teaser features 20 haunting, atmospheric seconds of a track called “Flechette”. Soft Tissue has no official release date as of yet, but stay tuned for more info and more teasers in the coming weeks. Check out the “Flechette” teaser after the break.
Photo by Stephanie Allen
California-based quintet Mountaineer – a new post-metal unit that collects former and current members of Lycus, Secrets of the Sky and Lament Cityscape – have announced that they have completed their first recordings. The band recorded their debut LP in March of this year with engineer Ben Hirschfield and the currently untitled affair is slated to be released later this year via Battleground Records. The band have however released two songs early, “Coma Fever” and “Siren Song”, both of which will be featured on a special 7″ release (limited to 55 copies) that will be available on the band’s upcoming tour dates (dates still pending). All other info on the release is still pending. In the meantime, check out the two new tracks after the break.