I love this so much, I spent about 2 minutes trying to decide if I love Yes Artemis more for being stuck in my head constantly or Articles of Secession for being my life goal. The Flock is also amazing and every remix is so good. I love this is what I'm saying
Favorite track: Yes Artemis (feat. Krys Cannon).
The companion EP to SEEMING's 2017 album SOL: A SELF-BANISHMENT RITUAL. (It's the bonus CD to SOL—so enjoy streaming it for free here if you've already bought the physical album.)
released July 28, 2017
All songs by Alex Reed (BMI) except track 6 co-written with Elizabeth Sandifer
Krys Cannon sings on track 1
Sammus sings on track 3
Eric Oehler of Null Device remixed track 3
Elizabeth Sandifer and Meredith Collins perform on track 6
Produced by Alex Reed
Co-production on tracks 8 and 10 by Daniel Myer and Paul Kendall
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This album should be ranked very high in ranks of latest industrial albums, because it just crushes the competition. THIS is how it's done people. Menacing vocals, pounding drums and haunting electronics have no mercy on your ears and leave you with not one second of peace. Play this loud and do people around you a service.
Saw Kanga last night in Houston , instantly was entranced by her sound , sucked me into the Kangakult vortex , so glad I got to see her live , should have looked into her sooner as Gary Numan was so supportive of her on the Revolution tour , oh now it’s time to catch up and get further involved Callum Gray
Slaves is my favorite song, although Crosses comes at such a close second... this LP and acts of worship I both need to own in some sort of physical copy one day, they're so good at expressing emotions I didn't even know I felt... yona