‘Initial reduction flaking‘ is a new Passive Cable Theory album,
available now digitally and on CD-R.
Recorded nov/dec 2010. Starts like some Vangelis synthesizer gone completely lunatic, and it doesn’t look back.
– Portrait is the most personal track here.
– Most people will probably consider track 3 (Inevetability) to be unlistenable and terribly annoying.
I guess they’re completely right, and still it’s there, for a full 7 minutes and 15 seconds.
There are some really simple, minimalistic tracks here, exploring little textures and variations of mostly harsh/shrill sounds, evolving noises and abstract fragments.
Fun fact: I had a terrible migraine when I was finishing this album and its artwork.
It was cold and it had been snowing a bit – the cover picture is an edited photo of our lawn.
No guitars this time, mostly heavily processed & distorted synths and structures and violent, piercing bursts of exploding noise. Enjoy.
Get it on on Bandcamp: