Lingua Ignota’s music has always come with a certain duality as her first three albums cycled through the harshest Industrial textures and the most arresting Neoclassical Darkwave. However, that duality has seemingly been phased out with the release of her fourth full-length, Sinner Get Ready (Sargent House). The walls of noise are considerably subdued in comparison to past outings and the vocals are devoid of screams and distortion, leaving the songs to be primarily driven by sparse piano and organs with layers of melismatic cleans.
Lingua Ignota, a.k.a. Kristin Hayter, the acclaimed multi-talented artist and vocalist will release her new album, Sinner Get Ready, August 6th, 2021 via Sargent House.She has released an emotional new single and striking video, “Perpetual Flame Of Centralia,” in a visionary collaboration with Ashley Rose Couture. Watch it now and pre-order the album at the link below.
Iconic artist and vocalist Alexis Marshall, best known for work in the band Daughters, has announced his solo debut album House Of Lull, House Of When, set for release July 23rd via Sargent House. Marshall has also shared the first single and video for “Hounds In The Abyss”. Directed by Jeremy W., you can watch the clip and pre-order the album below.
The more disparate aspects influence a band, the more it’s able to grow. Psalm Zero‘s music prior to the new album Sparta (Last Things Records) was all aggravated Indie, the tunes given an edge by guitarist Andrew Hock. With his departure and the subsequent recruitment of Kayo Dot pairing Keith Abrams and Ron Vodun, remaining founder member Charlie Looker has added a warmer, heavier feel to the Grungey lightness and this, together with a tantalising contribution from Lingua Ignota‘s Kristin Hayter, makes the album an enticing prospect.Continue reading
Musician artist and activist Amanda Palmer has shared a podcast interview with Lingua Ignota. The episode is a teaser of Amanda’s forthcoming podcast series, launching sometime this fall. Palmer highlights the music of Lingua Ignota, a.k.a. Kristin Hayter and discusses how she became a fan, and then interviews the artist where they connected on many subjects. They chatted when Kristin opened for AFP at South By Southwest this past spring. Her new album Caligula released on July 19th via Profound Lore Records. Palmer’s own new album There Will Be No Intermission (Cooking Vinyl) released on March 8th, International Women’s Day. Continue reading