Death Qualia's inventively-mangled casualties inhabit the shadowy chasm between rave music and sound design. Consummated beneath Boston's defective clubs and industrial underground, divided and gestated in black and white Berlin, Mask Surgery II lives to die again.
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Bursts of dark thoughts are here passed through a corroded prism, and then decomposed into high velocity shards of tempered glass free to roam, pierce and explode their host.
The mindfucked sound design is meant to tear any preconception or belief apart, ricochetting on throbbing low frequencies until breaking your mind down to bits and making room for the new threads of ideals, promises and deceptions brought by Death Qualia.
A new paradigm you may not want but will have to accept anyhow. Dotflac
supported by 7 fans who also own “Mask Surgery II”
How can skeletal beats limping through nausea inducing ambience be so DAMN HEAVY. Ive followed M. Harris for many years along his many side projects and he continues to make incredible sounds out of emptiness...if that makes sense. pArAgOdD