<< Limited reissue with new artwork - one handful of copies in stock >>

Ye olde faithful Ceramics are back with a time-traversing stormer of a release from Obsidian Teeth, served up with extra fine attention to detail and heaps of applied DIY, resulting in an extremely limited collectors edition – a very special item, we dare say.

The 5th release on the label, this full-length thoroughly impresses with a very unique set of productions that are more cutting-edge than a newly forged sword, taking in a whole host of styles from goth, grime, dub, through to post-medieval avant-garde and experimental sonics, all merged outlandishly.

‘Composed in a studio inside a gated industrial estate in the depths of Bristol, Pius Rubus explores the esoteric sonics of the mystics. 16th century motifs surrounded by metallic crashes of the future, of a priest out of touch with his doctrine and his escape from piety. With a tip to “Test Dept’s Goddodin” as much as some gruelling orcish club.

Consisting of an array of home built apparatus, from large scale monochords, to a variety of adapted non-biodegradable wind instruments, the scene is set.

A truly masterful mash-up of ancient and modern/future, with nods to nearly everyone who ever existed.’

Heavyweight angular sonics and sharp-edged rhythms for all keen-eared purveyors –
a very strong piece of output, to say the very least!

TRACKLIST:
1. The Throat’s Empty Gaze
2. Tubular Body
3. Dust
4. Arabic Tubes
5. Mud
6. Goat
7. Monochord Dub
8. Solenoid Terror
9. Funnel

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