Avant-garde Metal troupe Botanist has shared a new single, “Oxygen” from their upcoming album Photosynthesis, due out later this week, October 30th, via the esteemable label, The Flenser. The new album is a concept album about how plants convert sunlight into energy and how plants have a worldwide, symbiotic relationship.
The Flenser label, home to incredible artists such as Street Sects, Have A Nice Life, Drowse, Elizabeth Colour Wheel and more have signed Los Angeles-based band Sprain. The band has released a debut EP in 2018 and are currently planning their full-length debut album for 2020. The group has a show this week in Los Angeles with the like-minded genius-enigmas in Nothing. In addition to exciting releases planned for 2020, The Flenser host a label showcase at Roadburn 2020! Continue reading
I’m not going to pretend to know much about Street Sects or their Gentrification serial album, but what I do know is that Gentrification III: Death and Displacement (The Flenser) is six minutes of fire breathing intensity and disjointed electronic sounds. In other words, I fucking love it. What I’m not entirely sure of is why the entire Gentrification movement isn’t available as one solid release? Continue reading
Elizabeth Colour Wheel
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Industrial noisewave punks Street Sects have announced a brand new album, The Kicking Mule, due out this October 26th via The Flenser. You can now jam their new single ‘In For A World Of Hurt’ right now! Continue reading
Botanist is a one man black metal project by the mysterious individual who calls himself Otrebor. With only a drum kit and a hammered dulcimer at his disposal his views on music and Mother Nature are far from ordinary. Ghost Cult delves inside his inarguably creative mind to see what’s lurking. Continue reading