Belief Defect: Decadent Yet Depraved

Belief Defect SKU: 33429311
Belief Defect: Decadent Yet Depraved

Belief Defect: Decadent Yet Depraved

Belief Defect SKU: 33429311

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Decadent Yet Depraved
Artist: Belief Defect
Label: Raster Music
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4260115997855
Genre: Electronic

Double LP version. Decadent Yet Depraved, the debut album by Belief Defect, finds shelter and complicity in Raster as a home and label. Familiar with the underground music scene and how it's skeptical nature can also be an obstacle to overcome, Belief Defect abandon any claim or credit in an attempt to transcend the limits authorship imposes, avoid the boundaries, or expectations, earned or self-imposed, and find the clearest, most direct path to their music for themselves and the listener. At the core of the album is the music that inspired them, the conclusion of countless recordings listened to in their formative years that ultimately result in a life-long devotion to electronic music: from dancefloor to primal anger and self-annihilating noise, to transcendental, ambient escapism, and intense self-reflexive sonic layering. The result is a soundtrack for this apocalyptic time, an uncompromising reflection on the state of mankind and it's uncertain future - underscored by a sense of religious and secular demise referenced in track titles, samples, and soundscapes scattered throughout the album. Yet, more than a political statement Decadent Yet Depraved is an introspective journey, turning each listener into a spiritual soul-seeker staring into the abyss, reaching for some kind of cathartic truthfulness. Sculpture, prosthetics, and photography by Sarah Sitken.

Tracks:
1.1 Unnatural Instinct
1.2 The Conduit
1.3 Submission of Thought
1.4 Slipping Away
1.5 No Future
1.6 Opium Den
1.7 Deliverance
1.8 Fake Disciples
1.9 No Hope No Fear
1.10 Disembarking Horizons
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