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Cellular Chaos

by Cellular Chaos

The debut studio full-length from this blisteringly intense New York City based band fusing ballistic rock and roll energy with no wave weirdness and touches of '70s Glam and Free Jazz
Genre: Rock: No Wave
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Smothering Instinct
2:32 album only
2. Barely Regal
3:46 album only
3. Repeat
2:28 album only
4. Our War
2:00 album only
5. Wrecquiem
2:29 album only
6. Waves of Fear
2:03 album only
7. Adviser
2:20 album only
8. Border Patrol
2:30 album only
9. Cutter
2:17 album only
10. Del Ghosto
3:02 album only
11. Chinese New Year
3:25 album only
12. Hum
5:09 album only
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Album Notes
Cellular Chaos is not your ordinary rock band.

Their incendiary live performances, manic musicianship and futuristically left-of-center songwriting are beginning to garner this group a singular reputation within the contemporary underground music scene. This quartet is the sum of four seemingly disparate parts: Singer and lyricist Admiral Grey possesses a clarion voice which cuts straight through the density of the group’s onslaught, delivering her bizarre, hallucinatory visions with animation and articulation. Her chameleonic stage presence and kamikaze physical outbursts make her a riviting focal point in the unit. Weasel Walter has been called “. . . a strong and incisive guitarist who has amalgamated such diverse interests as Robert Quine, Blixa Bargeld, Keiji Haino, and Rudolph Grey into a singular and toothy approach” by Tiny Mix Tapes and his six-string slaughter with Cellular Chaos will not disappoint anyone looking for sonic blood. On this album, Ceci Moss (now replaced by Kelly Moran) brings a cultivated primitivity on bass guitar, summoning a minimalist foundation of sedimental fuzz bass riffing, interspersed with savage, atonal skronk. Drummer Marc Edwards brings many decades of diverse experience into the mix, furiously slamming away, alternately with bludgeoning crudity and weighty jazz finesse. The net effect is a high-pressure torrent of emotion, exploding with desperation and lashing out at the listener with white-knuckled accuracy and neckcracking momentum.

CELLULAR CHAOS was formed in New York City in 2009. They slowly and steadily built up their musical agenda and audience, incessantly rehearsing and playing shows in the area. A recent two-week tour in advance of this album release saw the group blowing away unprepared audiences across the Midwest and East Coast of the United States. The touring will continue to support this album, recorded with engineer Colin Marston (Behold The Arctopus, Gorguts, Krallice, Dysrhythmia, etc.) in Queens, New York and mixed by Weasel Walter. The self-titled LP / CD features 12 fast-paced songs schizophrenically unifying influences as diverse as Punk, No Wave, Hard ‘70s Glam, ‘90s Second Wave Norwegian Black Metal, Post Punk, Free Jazz and Brutal Prog while sidestepping any of the categories completely. The LP version is limited to 250 copies and features a heavyweight clear vinyl DMM pressing contained in a full color fold-over sleeve contained in a thick plastic clear outer sleeve. The CD version is a full-color 4 panel digipak.



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