Rabbit Junk Releases 7" Vinyl, digital single via Brutal Resonance Records
Two of the mightiest forces within the industrial music spectrum have joined forces to unleash something grand; a once in a lifetime opportunity. But, before I continue and putting jokes aside, we have collaborated with industrial metal legends Rabbit Junk to released a brand-new digital single and 7” Vinyl on our humble little label, Brutal Resonance Records. “UNKNOWN OST” is a classic case of a lost soundtrack being found once more. A story for the ages; man versus machine, man becoming machine, so on and so forth. This riveting dance instrumental is presented in a limited edition, 7” Vinyl format featuring original artwork by The Iron Parasite, layout design by Psyklon Industries, and a remix from electro-industrial hooligan HOSTILE ARCHITECT. This is not a release you want to miss out on. You can stream / purchase “UNKNOWN OST” below.
All dominance begets resistance. Each act of suppression—whether clumsy or adept—instigates a future confrontation with a now schooled insurgent. Hence, the king, the emperor, the dictator: each eventually asphyxiates within a syrupy hubris, recklessly dreaming of their indomitable control. The seeds of their undoing germinate in the rich loam of their own arrogant certainty. Yes, all dominance begets resistance. Power is so contemptibly temporary. The only exception to this otherwise iron-clad rule is the form of dominance we call death. Death is irresistible. Death dominates all things without so much as a whisper of defiance. Until now.
Machinery. Ducts and cannula, glistening black in a sterile light. Fluids. Rivers of nanites, restless and hungry. Flesh. A contradiction no longer tolerable, that which makes the world a prison. Pain. Soon to be forgotten. I surrendered to the transformation. The screams echoed on the curving metal interior, becoming progressively alien to my deteriorating senses. Distortions in time, a reverberating barbiturate howl of awakening. I sat up. A thousand years may have passed. Or milliseconds.
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.
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