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ABSTRACTER - Announces New Album

Germany-based Vendetta Records and 7Degrees Records, Italy's Shove Records, UK-based Church of Fuck, and US labels Fragile Branch Recordings, Sentient Ruin Laboratories and An Out Recordings are extremely proud and honored to announce the cooperative release of Oakland, California-based Abstracter's second full-length album entitled Wound Empire. A band which is drawing its musical influences from acts such as Godflesh, Swans, Amebix, Neurosis, His Hero Is Gone, Blut Aus Nord, Dystopia, Beherit, Corrupted, Grief, and Darkthrone and conceptually influenced by the work of South African anti-natalist philosopher David Banatar, Wound Empire is a concept work that once again sees the band dwell in its obsession for massive and crushing riffing, dismal and unsettling soundscapes, and with their fascination with concepts of human decline, cultural and industrial ruin, and complete social collapse. Crafted in near-seclusion over the past two years, Wound Empire is a forty-five minute hallucinating voyage into a frightening wasteland of complete darkness-ridden heaviness spread across four, ten minute-long, massive slabs of obliterating, crusted, blackened doom. This new album by the band showcases a massive expansion upon their previous sound as heard on their critically praised debut album, Tomb Of Feathers, released in 2012 on The Path Less traveled Records, and presents us with a greatly evolved and enhanced vision of Abstracter's abyssal and crushing sound and of their grimness-injected sonic aesthetic. Album was recorded this spring at Earhammer Studios in Oakland by Greg Wilkinson (Brainoil, Pallbearer, High On Fire, Noothgrush, Sleep) and mastered at Audiosiege Mastering studios in Portland, by Brad Boatright (Wolves In The Throne Room, Sunn O))), Nails). Official release dates, trailers, audio samples and more coming soon. Link