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Wreck & Reference - No Youth
Wreck & Reference
No Youth
LP | 2012 | US | Reissue (Flenser)
18,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Flenser Is Proud To Present Genre Defying Heavy Experimental Duo Wreck And Reference’s Latest And Most Complex Work No Youth. Formed By Drummer Ignat Frege And Multi-instrumentalist Felix Danbold, The Band Creates A Sound That Synthesizes Traditional Heavy Guitar-driven Doom With Frenzied Electronic Samples. Often Filed Under “Metal,” Wreck And Reference Is Ultimately Hostile To Genre Classifications. The Band Proves To Be An Affront To The Tired And Trite Conformity Found Within The Metal Hegemony, Instead Using Synths, Live Drums And Vocals To Craft A Sound That Is Melancholic, Fierce And Catchy. Calling On Influences Ranging From Industrial To Doom Metal To Noise Rock, The Resulting Music Is A Trainwreck Of Contradictions Yet Devastatingly Heavy, Somber And Addictive. Think Nick Cave Introducing The Body To Blast Beats.
Wreck & Reference - Black Cassette
Wreck & Reference
Black Cassette
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Flenser)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 25.08.2017
Back in 2011, experimental upstarts Wreck And Reference self-released their debut EP, Black Cassette. Drawing on the blown-out intensity of black metal and the angularity of noise rock, their radical vision captivated the underground music scene, including The Flenser. It was immediately apparent that the band’s intriguing realm of heavy music represented an existential challenge to genre orthodoxy. Their crashing riffs and abrasive noise, fraught with themes of determinism and Cormac McCarthy-esque isolation, were a breath of apocalyptic air in an often stagnant world. But the most surprising aspect of their artfully constructed sound was that the duo utilized only samples and live drums to create it. Recorded in a garage in the “howling wastelands” of California, this was originally self-released by the band as a limited cassette in 2011, then as a limited CDr on Music Ruins Lives. Later that year it was remastered for a vinyl release by The Flenser. That version is long sold out and has become a sought-after collector’s item. Now it has been re-pressed on vinyl from the original master for the first time since its initial run with brand new artwork.
Wreck & Reference - Indifferent Rivers Romance End
Wreck & Reference
Indifferent Rivers Romance End
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Flenser)
21,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Formed in 2011 by multi-instrumentalists Ignat Frege and Felix Skinner, California’s Wreck and Reference use computers, drums, and voice to create. Their latest full-length, Indifferent Rivers Romance End, is a composition of ballads interrogating the endurance of purpose, love, and change, against the backdrop of disillusionment into nihilism.
Wreck & Reference - Want
Wreck & Reference
Want
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Flenser)
20,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Since their inception in 2011, California-based heavy experimental duo Wreck and Reference has (de)constructed a manifesto of post-genre misanthropy using only drums, vocals and electronics. A handful of unorthodox and captivating releases have turned heads of critics and fans alike, and live, the band is crushing. Now, Wreck and Reference returns with their best and most distinct work yet. Sophomore full-length Want explores more refined and melodic territory, yet the band keeps one foot in the experimental, electronic, and post-metal genres. Mixed and mastered by Jack Shirly (Deafheaven, Whirr, Loma Prieta), Want is Wreck and Reference fully realized: undeniably nihilistic and devastatingly addictive. “... pushes the traditional metal template toward regions unexplored, expanding the sonic legacies of Swans’ filth and Big Black’s harshness.” —Invisible Oranges “... weirdly heavy and unnerving...” —NPR “... vast, crackling chasms of drones and feedback into remarkably melodic and heavy pop.” —Lurker’s Path
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