The Australian protest-rock duo Divide And Dissolve release the LP Abomination on the 16th of February 2018.
Divide and Dissolve – photo credit – @sub_lation
An eight track album of deeply resonating droning instrumentation which seeps in to the cortex, with saxophone, giving the sense of disturbance, surrounded by sustained guitar, incessant percussion and quietly layered synthesis.
With their music reflective of a society in which the indigenous population have been marginalised and treated as interlopers through intended policies and objectives Divide And Dissolve is uncompromisomng in their aim to recalibrate priorities with their music being, intentionally, both challenging and confrontational.
The first song to be revealed – the second on the LP – Assimilation – signposts of a release to which I am looking forward.
The Australian goth-metal band The Creptter Children are due to release the EP Asleep With Your Devil on the 12th of January 2018.
The Creptter Children
The first track, of the five, to appear from the forthcoming release and title – Asleep With Your Devil – marks out a new chapter for The Creptter Children who over the past few years have undergone considerable transition in both sound and personnel, first introduced back in 2013, next featured last year and is a step in to a more industrial sound than their last release.
The Australian indie-dance quintet Tapestry are finalising the details for an EP set for release in early 2018.
An expansive vocal enables Tapestry to deliver a sound which soars through an impressive and extensive vocal range set against a mellowed back drop of breezy fretboards as the effervescent drum-kit sparks energy.