Thursday 4 May 2017

VIDEO PREMIERE: Copenhagen's LLNN return with wavering drone synths and raw hardcore driven darkness on "The Guardian"

Copenhagen's LLNN draw comparisons to Converge and Love Sex Machine but filtered through the visionary mind of cult sci fi movies, LLNN’s attitude to their compositions is one of devotion to embracing a variety of genres but melding them into their own unique and outstanding personality. Their album “Loss” which was released last year via Pelagic Records attained the band critical acclaim throughout the Europe and now they're back with new material “The Marks” which forms their part of an upcoming split album  with Wovoka.  Written before “Loss” the first crunching riff of opening track “The Guardian” debuted below, trudges along the simple and relentless drums until Christian Bonnesen's truculent vocals take the song to the next level of blackened intensity, making it 100% clear that this material is in no way any less mature than the debut'. Much like on “Loss”, the wavering drone synths that are effortlessly merged with a raw hardcore-driven darkness define the subtle idiosycratic nuances of LLNN's very unsubtle, painfully overwhelming sound.

Belgian artist Ammo was commissioned to create the stunning artwork, which perfectly reflects the music on this release. The vinyl version comes with a hand-numbered 5-colour screen-print. Limited edition on brass & black wax, which looks like an impact crater.  With the release scheduled for the 16/06/2017, today you can check out the breathtaking new track “The Guardian”, which further reinforces our belief that LLNN are one of most promising bands on the scene.  Check it out below and you can Pre-order CD:  here and the VINYL:  here

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