Flesh Shuddering - Steel Point Implosion cs
$6.00 / Sold Out
Brand new sounds and approach from Flesh Shuddering, emerging with the most exciting release from a Syracuse noise artist in the last decade. Those familiar with Caleb's previous harsh noise endeavors may experience a bit of whiplash as the distorted scrap-metal (while sometimes still present) steps aside to make way for lightning-fast cut-up and sound collage. Each track is a stereo buffet of audio contrast: piercing highs, crushing lows, effected field recordings, crunching tape loops, broken electronics, and electronics used for breaking. Amidst the chaos there are some ambient tones and breathy gasps that provide some unsettling grounding.
Steel Point Implosion also features a true Syracuse noise punk collective on its b-side with hands lent by Piper Markowski (Amphette) and Andrew Morgan (Ambush) adding to the harsh noise and tape abuse. This was no doubt a fun release to work on, yet the results clearly show the level of effort involved. It's comforting to see the ACHC noise contingent alive and well with Flesh Shuddering standing as a voice to lean in and listen to.
Recycled tapes, recycled tape cases, silk-screened/hand-stamped labels, two color fold-out insert and two color j-cards printed on recycled paper.
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