Regosphere and D/A A/D have been long-time friends. Releasing a split tape way back in 2007, followed by two D/A A/D full-lengths here on Dumpsterscore and the very first Regosphere full-length on Pearson's Snapped In Half label. So it's been a very long time coming that these two would team up on a bleak, bass heavy collaboration.
Two 15 minute tracks slowly unfurl through the speakers, taking their time to build into pulsating dark atmospheric pieces that hide in the territory where death-industrial and dark ambient meet. Based around both artists' modular synthesizers, side A grows in detail throughout, building in tension and detail. Quitter's addition of subtle field recordings and the kanjira drum on side B give the second half a more meditative quality, while maintaining the dark atmosphere and impending dread. We've been wanting to do this release for many years, and the time was finally right to make it happen. Dark synth music, perfect to prepare you for the long winter ahead.
Digital download includes a bonus drone mix of Dark Gas Nebula.