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Nekrasov announce new album

Sunday, March 10, 2019 6:40 PM PT

Official press release:

Australian one-man band Nekrasov continues to orbit between the two poles of power electronics and black metal, but the singular focus on otherworldliness remains consistent, and while the experience is challenging to the utmost, it is also ultimately rewarding. With ambient and industrial elements colliding against his black-metal roots along with abstract vocals that approach the noise of the guitar; Nekrasov unveils his ninth wonder of the world—the bewildering full length, Lust of Consciousness. Set for official release on April 12, 2019, the forthcoming album is available to pre-order now and will be released on all digital formats and LPs in Lava Orange with Black and Vapour effect (limited to 300).

Hear the first album track, "Letting go of all the supports" premiering now via Decibel Magazine.

On the arrival of Lust of Consciousness and its first offering "Letting go of all the supports" Nekrasov comments: "A charlatan mystic recently declared 'there is a game of madness and it was decided that you must keep playing' but what happens when we let go of all the supports? The supports will continue to enslave and madden. Let them go for fucks sake. And if all you get from the piece is 'there's only one drum beat', kill yourself."

Nekrasov is reminiscent of some unhallowed Lovecraftian vault, where the dreamer meets his dream: the abyss of mind and space alike, where he compositionally depicts the hinges in the deep recesses of the mind, that only a visionary can uncover. Once revealed, it's up to the listener on whether he or she can handle the outcome.

Lust of Consciousness track listing:

01. How to break the spell
02. Living where I vanish
03. Extinguish the light and radiate in the darkness
04. Letting go of all the supports
05. Hidden beauty
06. Treachery of the yoke
07. Free and Undisturbed
08. The disease is simple
09. The Lust of Consciousness
10. Through blind acceptance the nightmare continues
11. The greatest of all mistakes

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