Street Sects - End Position flac
|1||Victims Of Nostalgia|
|2||And I Grew Into Ribbons|
|3||In Defense Of Resentment|
|4||If This Is What Passes For Living|
|10||Copper In The Slots|
|FR71||Street Sects||End Position (LP, Album)||Flenser Records||FR71||US||2016|
|FR71||Street Sects||End Position (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Red)||Flenser Records||FR71||US||2019|
|FR71||Street Sects||End Position (LP, Album, Ltd, Mil)||Flenser Records||FR71||US||2016|
|FR71||Street Sects||End Position (LP, Album, Ltd, Blo)||Flenser Records||FR71||US||2019|
|FR71||Street Sects||End Position (LP, Album, Ltd, Eas)||Flenser Records||FR71||US||2018|
- Artwork [Artwork Conceptualized By] – Leo Ashline
- Band [Street Sects Are] – Leo Ashline, Shaun Ringsmuth
- Illustration [Illustrated By] – A.J. Garcés Böhmer
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Keith Souza, Seth Manchester
- Recorded By – Street Sects
- Songwriter [All Songs Written] – Street Sects
Second press on highlighter yellow.
Housed in a printed inner sleeve and includes a lyric sheet with credits and a download card.
Catalog number FR71 is written on the spine.
From the sticker on the shrink:
Mfg In CZ
Pressing plant is uncredited, derived from runout stamps.
- Barcode (Sticker on shrink): 6 34457 45344 9
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 143620E1/A STREET SECTS
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 143620E2/A END POSITION
- Pressed By – GZ Media – 143620E
- Mixed At – Machines With Magnets
- Mastered At – Machines With Magnets
End Position by Street Sects, released 16 September 2016 1. And I Grew into Ribbons 2. Copper in the Slots 3. In Defense of Resentment 4. Featherweight Hate 5. Our Lesions 6. Victims of Nostalgia 7. Black Din 8. Feigning Familiarity 9. Collared, Kept 10. If This is What Passes for Living. End Position - Street Sects. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. End Position is Street Sects debut album. Released September 16th, 2016. The album touches on dark themes and has a predominant industrialmetal sound that started with their two previous EPs, The Morning after the Night we raped Death and Broken Windows, Sunken Ceilings. TheNeedleDrop Reviewed this album, stating THIS SHIT IS THE SHIT and giving it a strong 8 out of 10. End Position Q&A. Listen free to Street Sects End Position And I Grew into Ribbons, Copper in the Slots and more. 10 tracks 32:35. Street Sects is an American experimental music duo from Austin, Texas formed in 2013, composed of vocalist Leo Ashline and multi-instrumentalist Shaun Ringsmuth. Their style is extremely abrasive, characterised by industrial rhythms, use of screamed vocals, samples of both noise and synthesizers, and nihilistic lyrics. Position, which were generally positive. Adam Delvin of Tiny Mix Tapes described it as a harsh noise industrial hammer punk album, noting that Shaun Ringsmuth is an aural sculptor of rare form, mixing industrial rhythms made of machine gun parts and bursting crash cymbals with psychedelic, transgressive melodies of alien origin. Rolling Stone recommended the duo to fans of Big Black, Youth Code and Agoraphobic Nosebleed, describing. Album 2016 10 Songs. End Position Street Sects. Street Sects - End Position 2016. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Industrial Noise Cybergrind. Street Sects. Songs in album Street Sects - End Position 2016. Street Sects - And I Grew Into Ribbons. Street Sects - Copper In The Slots. Street Sects - In Defense Of Resentment. Street Sects - Featherweight Hate. Street Sects - Our Lesions. Street Sects - Victims Of Nostalgia. Street Sects - Black Din. Street Sects - Feigning Familiarity. Stream End Position, a playlist by Street Sects from desktop or your mobile device. End Position. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 16 September 2016. And I Grew into Ribbons. Street Sects combine dirty synths with traces of noisecore and industrial piss, underscored with thoughts of suicide and misanthropy. Lines like each time you reach out, I find it strange, seems like a waste of goodwill from album highlight In Defense of Resentment carry a pathetic, dismissive sting. End Position comes from the gutter. Conceptually, it aims even lower. If End Position maintained this dynamic consistently, it would be infinitely repayable. Underwhelmingly, the chaos levels out a bit in the albums midsection. By the time we hit Victims of Nostalgia , the ghoulish demeanour starts thinning out, stepping into hokey territory