SYNTHICIDE’s newest release on both 12” vinyl and digital is a split with New York City artists Anatomy and Blu Anxxiety.
Under the alias of Anatomy, Jenna Rose shrouds side A in destructive darkness. Her vocals seem to seem to spew black bile (akin only to the intense prowess of Diamanda Galas) and demand attention with her production of funereal industrial electronics. From the decadent procession of “Ira Agni” to the breakbeat groove of “Incel”, Anatomy delivers a seething and abrasive collection of songs.
Blu Anxxiety is a dark freestyle supergroup made up of Dracula Orengo (ex-vocalist of Anasazi), Justin Schmidt (X-Harlow), and Rob
Hoffman (ex-Informant). With their industrialized spook, Blu Anxxiety sounds much like the chaos created by late 80s WaxTrax!-era records. The raucous energy of Schmidt and Hoffman’s music collide with vocalist Orengo’s lyrics that are, at times, playful, but always goth as fuck. Blu Anxxiety’s triptych of dystopian tracks reveal the dismal underbelly of reality and make no apologies for their icy hearts and fatalistic minds.
Vinyl will be available for purchase on January 16th.
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