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Where hi-def techno meets dubstep-infused low-end heft, this deadly, growling beast is taken from Kamikaze Space Programme's upcoming debut album, Dead Skin Cells. New Jackson - Glass Stabs. This understated house bomb is built on a quirky bassline and plenty of swing.

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In stock now for same day shipping. Theologian has many releases under his belt under a numerous variety of aliases, but the artist has never before collaborated with Germany's iconic Ancient Methods, and it sounds like the two have a lot in common when it comes to techno. The former doesn't really indulge any anything beat-laden, and his "Death Elemental" tune is nothing but pure, cerebral noise from hell. However, that fits in perfectly well with Ancient Method's two coldblooded blasters, "A German Love" and "Built On Scars", a pair of dark and mechanical percussion bombs built for.

A project by Leech (formerly of Navicon Torture Technologies) which publicly came into being in 2009 with the release of A Life Of Constant Struggle on Danvers State Recordings, broadly coinciding with the final era of NTT releases. Described initially by Leech as follows: "THEOLOGIAN will chronicle the development of my own personal mythology inspired by concepts introduced into the public consciousness by Clive Barker in his short novel THE HELLBOUND HEART, intertwined with ideas derived from Wayne Douglas Barlowe in his INFERNO series.

Repress !! metaphysik brings Ancient Methods and Theologian together into one sphere, with the intention to juxtapose their energy and aesthetic elements alike. As both commenced as strangers and worked separately, the split has developed, gravitating naturally towards the themes of love and death. A Death Elemental by Theologian is a relentless and compelling journey featuring wistful cello by Gretchen Heinel and synth by Daniel Suffering.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Theologian Death Elemental
Cello – Gretchen HeinelRecorded By, Producer – Theologian Prime*Synth – Daniel Suffering
B1 Ancient Methods A German Love
Composed By – Ancient Methods
B2 Ancient Methods Built On Scars
Composed By – Ancient Methods

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 15247
  • Recorded At – Abandon All Hope
  • Produced At – Abandon All Hope
  • Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering

Credits

  • Artwork [Art] – Hectic Laboratory
  • Mastered By [Mastering] – Rashad Becker
  • Typography [Calligraphy] – Felix Steinbeis, Fesign

Notes

Special blood print for the first 100 copies. The release title calligraphy, La Saignée, is printed in blood.

Comes in a screen printed sleeve. Each copy is hand-numbered out of 400.

Side A recorded and produced at Abandon All Hope, 2014.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 15247 2A MP 202 A² D&m 'in that moment, she saw something far worse than lust in my heart: futility."'
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 15247 1B MP 202 B D&m "Zeit, sagt man, ist Lethe."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MP202 Theologian / Ancient Methods Theologian / Ancient Methods - La Saignée ‎(12", EP, Ltd, Num) Metaphysik MP202 Germany 2016
MP202 Theologian / Ancient Methods Theologian / Ancient Methods - La Saignée ‎(12", EP, TP) Metaphysik MP202 Germany 2016
MP202 Theologian / Ancient Methods Theologian / Ancient Methods - La Saignée ‎(12", EP, RP, Sil) Metaphysik MP202 Germany 2016


Theologian / Ancient Methods - La Saignée FLAC album
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La Saignée
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1434 mb
MP3 size:
1809 mb
WMA size:
1356 mb
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Style:
Dark Ambient, Experimental, Techno, Industrial
Rating:
4.7
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