This album contains two EPs created just before and in the throes of the initial pandemic outbreak in 2020. Originally released as two digital only EPs, this disc contains both, for over 65 minutes of deep modular exploration. "November" came first, recording deep modular patches over a years time. A collage approach was taken on the mix down of these tracks, making one free flowing 30 minute piece that ebbs and flows over five movements.
Happy with the results, "More Revelations From The Death Care Industry" was the second EP, done in a very similar fashion, but this time with a more deliberate approach knowing that the end results would be collaged into another 30 minute track (with an additional 8 minute track from the same sessions). Making it feel more cohesive but still rooted in deep experimentation. Harsh noise, deep drones, stochastic beats, pulse driven static, highly processed tape loops and thick death industrial atmospheres are some of the sounds you'll find within. This release sees Quitter letting loose from the more structured sounds of his main Regosphere project, delving deep into sonic exploration, while maintaining the dark industrial sound he's known for.
Created in partnership with the Canadian noisemakers, the late legend's final collaborative LP enshrines his ability to lift joint ventures into otherworldly territory. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 8, 2021