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Uniform & The Body - Mental Wounds Not Healing Colored Vinyl Edition
Uniform & The Body
Mental Wounds Not Healing Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Sacred Bones)
18,99 €* 19,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
There is a limited version available on clear vinyl. In Spring 2017, Uniform wasasked to support fellow noisy, boundary-pushing duo The Body for a Europeantour. Having been longtime fans of the band, Uniform vocalist Michael Berdanand guitarist Ben Greenberg jumped at the opportunity. During the planning phaseof the tour, Berdan and Lee Buford from The Body started correspondingregularly. Ultimately, Berdan asked Buford if he and The Body cofounder ChipKing would be interested in making a collabªorative record with Uniform.Buford enthusiastically assented, and the seed of "Mental Wounds Not Healing"was sown. A few months after the genesis of the idea, Berdan and Greenberg wentto the legendary underground Providence studio Machines With Magnets, whereThe Body were finishing up work on their latest LP. King and Buford had a tonof cool beats and music ready that Berdan played synth bass lines over. Greenbergthen played guitar over Berdan's bass lines, and the songs began to take shape.After the Machine With Magnets session, engineer Seth Manchester sentGreenberg stems of the tracks to work on back in Brooklyn. Berdan recordedvocals in the hallway of Greenberg's tiny apartment, and the raw intensity of thatmakeshift session served as the perfect counterpoint for King's unmistakable voice.Effectively, every song on "Mental Wounds Not Healing" is a duet between Berdanand King. The collaboration pushes both bands far beyond their roots in industrialmusic and metal, creating an immersive listening experience that truly transcendsgenre. The title of the record is a line stolen from the chorus of Ozzy Osbourne's"Crazy Train." Most of the titles are culled from horror literature and cinema, withspecific nods to Shirley Jackson, Jack Ketchum, and Elem Klimov. Thematically, thesongs have to do with feeling trapped in one's own mind, projecting images overand over again of a future in shambles before it even gets a chance to hapªpen. It isabout hopelessness, anxiety, and depression so familiar that they seem likepermanent fixtures of one's psyche and identity.
Uniform & The Body - Mental Wounds Not Healing Black Vinyl Edition
Uniform & The Body
Mental Wounds Not Healing Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Sacred Bones)
17,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
There is a limited version available on clear vinyl. In Spring 2017, Uniform wasasked to support fellow noisy, boundary-pushing duo The Body for a Europeantour. Having been longtime fans of the band, Uniform vocalist Michael Berdanand guitarist Ben Greenberg jumped at the opportunity. During the planning phaseof the tour, Berdan and Lee Buford from The Body started correspondingregularly. Ultimately, Berdan asked Buford if he and The Body cofounder ChipKing would be interested in making a collabªorative record with Uniform.Buford enthusiastically assented, and the seed of "Mental Wounds Not Healing"was sown. A few months after the genesis of the idea, Berdan and Greenberg wentto the legendary underground Providence studio Machines With Magnets, whereThe Body were finishing up work on their latest LP. King and Buford had a tonof cool beats and music ready that Berdan played synth bass lines over. Greenbergthen played guitar over Berdan's bass lines, and the songs began to take shape.After the Machine With Magnets session, engineer Seth Manchester sentGreenberg stems of the tracks to work on back in Brooklyn. Berdan recordedvocals in the hallway of Greenberg's tiny apartment, and the raw intensity of thatmakeshift session served as the perfect counterpoint for King's unmistakable voice.Effectively, every song on "Mental Wounds Not Healing" is a duet between Berdanand King. The collaboration pushes both bands far beyond their roots in industrialmusic and metal, creating an immersive listening experience that truly transcendsgenre. The title of the record is a line stolen from the chorus of Ozzy Osbourne's"Crazy Train." Most of the titles are culled from horror literature and cinema, withspecific nods to Shirley Jackson, Jack Ketchum, and Elem Klimov. Thematically, thesongs have to do with feeling trapped in one's own mind, projecting images overand over again of a future in shambles before it even gets a chance to hapªpen. It isabout hopelessness, anxiety, and depression so familiar that they seem likepermanent fixtures of one's psyche and identity.
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