Furnace Re​:​Dux

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Dirk Funk One of my all-time favourite releases containing all of the abrasion and heaviness of Goettel and Key's regular output unrestricted by constraints of Skinny Puppy. What we find in it's place is psychedelic soundscapes, and a veritable tapestry of different instruments and sounds. The Re:dux tracks presented in this release are also excellent in their own right. Favorite track: Noh Mans Land.
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cEvin Key and Dwayne Goettel's first outing as Download (and Dwayne's last before his death) showed a progression into industrial/electronic territory far more experimental than even Skinny Puppy's stranger moments. With the help of Phil Western and Mark Spybey, Furnace plays out like a soundtrack to a post-apocalyptic wasteland. The music ranges from frenetic industrial beats to textural Genesis P. Orridge's vocals on "Omniman," "Lebanull," and "Marred" that add a frightening quality, sounding both malevolent and mechanical, giving it the sense of a soundtrack to an unmade movie. It's an album full of dissonance and beauty and Metropolis Records is proud to reissue it now with the bonus Re:Dux tracks as a second disc.

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released January 8, 2013

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