The Infinite Three | Crust of Utopia

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Crust of Utopia

by The Infinite Three

Thick slabs of droning dubbed-out noise-rock, unintentional grooves collapsing in on themselves and fractured torch songs strewn across barbed-wire landscapes. May the way out be as sweet as the way in.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Lights Out For the City
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2. Blooms of Immediacy
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3. Is Erased
4:12 $0.99
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4. Three Blooms Dub
7:51 album only
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5. Pearls
5:04 FREE
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6. Shemason
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7. Limp Carnivore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Infinite Three have been forcing noise, improv, found-sound, dub, metal and electronic music through the same small orifice just to see what comes out at the other end. Founded by R.Allen and D.Knowler after their previous band, Leisur Hive came to rest, The Infinite Three aims to explore paths which Leisur Hive were never able to tread.

Crust Of Utopia is the result of various live improvisations which took place between 2009 and 2011, heavily edited, processed and chopped up into seven songs of dense, repetitive mastication.

What "THEY" said about Crust Of Utopia:

“Marc Almond fronting Soundtracks-era Swans, with Blixa Bargeld backwards-masking Horse Rotorvator on an old gramophone. …You could not, frankly, be more in tune with my tastes if you tried. 5.5 out of 5.” - Zero Tolerance Magazine, UK.

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