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PETBRICK - I (split black - clear vinyl )

Format: LP
Label & Cat.Number: Rocket Recordings LAUNCH 170
Release Year: 2019
Note: debut album by the new project of WAYNE ADAMS (BIG LAD) and IGOR CAVALERA (ex SEPULTURA (!), etc.) - extremely powerful electro gabba - industrial noise rock, dark & furious, think of MINISTRY, etc.. ".. there's a strong and convincing throughline to be found, the record hanging together brilliantly whether the duo are peeling skin from your face, smothering you with fizzling ambience or goading you to dance until you sweat your last drop of miserable life blissfully away." - lim. ed. colour vinyl
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"As the year 2020 fast approaches, there still exists a peculiar shortage of music spiritually attuned to these treacherous times. Fortunately Petbrick - the duo comprising Wayne Adams (Big Lad/Death Pedals/Johnny Broke) and Iggor Cavalera Sepultura / Soulwax/ Mixhell) - are exploring fresh lunacy anew whereby electronic experimentation, hardcore attitude, dystopian dread and in-the-red dementia collide and collude to form a uniquely invigorating assault, custom fit for an accelerated age. This debut employs both members' past experience - Wayne in a variety of musical guises ranging from punk to breakcore and gabba, and Iggor in a planet-straddling metal colossus whose questing spirit played a crucial role in the music's evolution - yet also cheerfully renders them obsolete in a resolutely genre-free onslaught, damaged by the endtime intensity of Ministry and the synapse-shredding mischief of Aphex Twin yet lodged firmly in the here and now. Moreover, guest vocalists are also on hand to traverse anywhere from full-throttle intensity (as with Full Of Hell's Dylan Walker on the blistering 'Radiation Facial' or Integrity's legendary vocal exorcist Dwid Hellion on 'Some Semblance Of A Story') to exhilarating melodic counterpoint (Laima Leyton (Mixhell) on 'Coming') and stream-of-consciousness lunacy from Warmduscher's Mutado Pintado, whose splenetic tirades on 'Gringolicker'. Paint-stripping and deliriously potent, 'I' is more than merely an exercise in the life-affirming flame of oppositional punk spirit scorching all or any musical boundaries in its path - it's an uncompromising soundtrack to a short-circuiting new era. Yet rarely has the sound of global malfunction also been so much fun."