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- Queen Of Time
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- Codex
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- I Loved You At Your Darkest
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KOLLAPS - Unveil First Track Out Of Upcoming Album

Melbourne (Australia) based industrialists Kollaps have revealed a brand new track, "Suck", taken off their upcoming album entitled Sibling Lovers, which will be released on 29th September through Trait Records in Australia and through Silken Tofu in Europe. Following 2015's debut EP release Heartworm, Kollaps have refined their restless brand of harsh DIY post-industrial noise. Recruiting doom/noise veteran Damian Coward (Heirs, High Tension) to bass/percussion/production in 2016, Wade Black (vocals) and Robin W. Marsh's (drums, programming) new offering Sibling Lovers intensifies the conflict between the twin energies of confusion and control at the core of Kollaps' sound. The album was mixed by Ivan Lisyak (now of Siberia Records) and mastered by James Plotkin (Sunn0))), Khanate).
Conceptually, Sibling Lovers follows Heartworm as an exploration of individual sickness as a manifestation of a diseased modern society. For lyricist Wade Black Sibling Lovers is introspective and confessional; images of actual physical sicknesses (cancer, colostomy bags, heart worm) are used to make sense a malignant world of slaughterhouses, incest and alcoholism. Having built a reputation for ferocious live shows and violent performances, Kollaps have steadily drawn reckless crowds around Australia, alongside some of the best local and intentional underground performers. Listen to "Suck" in the player below. Link