Street Sects - End Position mp3 album
End Position by Street Sects, released 16 September 2016 1. And I Grew into Ribbons 2. Copper in the Slots 3. In Defense of Resentment 4. Featherweight Hate 5. Our Lesions 6. Victims of Nostalgia 7. Black Din 8. Feigning Familiarity 9. Collared, Kept 10. If This is What Passes for Living. From the production, to the chaotic composition, and inside the nihilistic lyricism, to the perfect, dark, comic-book style artwork.
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Lines like each time you reach out, I find it strange, seems like a waste of goodwill (from album highlight In Defense of Resentment ) carry a pathetic, dismissive sting. End Position comes from the gutter. Conceptually, it aims even lower. If End Position maintained this dynamic consistently, it would be infinitely repayable. Underwhelmingly, the chaos levels out a bit in the album’s midsection. By the time we hit Victims of Nostalgia, the ghoulish demeanour starts thinning out, stepping into hokey territory. Still, it works more often than not, as the album is fundamentally doused in feelings of cheapness.
Street Sects – End Position. Label: Flenser Records – FR71. These also come with a special screen-printed sleeve featuring artwork by Huseyin Ozkan. They include the "End Position" zine as well. Matrix, Runout: 143620E2/A END POSITION. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
Street Sects End Position (The Flenser). The duo consisting of vocalist Leo Ashline and t Shaun Ringsmuth engage in psychological warfare with a well-calibrated arsenal of ruined dreams, intended to deafen and distort your perception beyond recognition. Death as an option is a comforting idea, and what seems to be the leitmotif of the album. Powerfully confrontational, the vocals are intimate and vehement, culling from the past’s clutter, compounding every last breath and syllable into the brutish fragments of a misanthropic catharsis. There is no interest in redemption however, in fact, just the opposite. Their live performance is unlike any other.
Street Sects is an American experimental music duo from Austin, Texas formed in 2013, composed of vocalist Leo Ashline and t Shaun Ringsmuth.
Is End Position the best album by Street Sects? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. End Position by Street Sects (2016) Release date: 2016-09-16 Overall rank: 23,592nd. Accolades: Top albums of 2016 (452nd). Top albums of the 2010s (5,010th). Best albums of all time (23,592nd).