Hardened second release by London's Subdued throttles gasps of brickwall torture in and amongst the poison flora of spoken word which will legitimately make a mother cry. Nods to the impassable corners of Celtic Frost and the broken necks of enthusiastic Amebix fans, all with a specific kind of listless stare into the white void of repetitive oblivion. Shaking you in and out of misery, Subdued are back.
The record comes in a wraparound sleeve with collaborative art between drummer Nicky Rat and singer Jack Sabbath.
I honestly can't say enough great things about this album, I really find this one to be inspiring in a lot of ways. Very innovative, technical, smart, yet very unorthodox in all the best ways. This truly is my favorite album that I've listened to in a long time, from front to back, it is a very unique audible experience that gives me a sense of urgency every time I hit play. I got stoked when I just saw that you're repressing this on vinyl, had to order a copy asap to hold onto. phonkadelic