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Gravedigger
  • Artist: Lucidstatic
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501022613
  • Item #: CDBY22613
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 1/6/2009
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Gravedigger on CD

In stark contrast to the cold Alaskan landscape from which he hails, LUCIDSTATIC offers his fiery debut album 'Gravedigger' on the prolific U.S. label Tympanik Audio. A fierce hybrid of Breakcore, Powernoise, and classic Industrial elements, LUCIDSTATIC is by no means an imitator, but rather an innovator of the hard electronic sound. With an impressive dossier of remixing and collaboration credits, including Unter Null, Otto Von Schirach, Unter Null, Zentriert ins Antlitz, Diverje, Autoclav1.1, Totakeke, and many others, LUCIDSTATIC lays claim to his rightful place in the Powernoise ranks among such artists as Pneumatic Detach, Edgey, and Genetic Selection. With his official debut CD 'Gravedigger', LUCIDSTATIC effortlessly fuses addictive rhythms with razor-sharp beatwork and powerful, abrasive noise collages to create a sonic hurricane of brutal compositions that will seize you firmly by the eardrums and leave you gasping for air. "Gravedigger is a shocking and lengthy display of amazingly fluid creativity." - Dark Twin Cities "Gravedigger is a bewildering array of breakcore, powernoise, industrial and experimental elements that is as original as it is challenging." - Igloomag "Lucidstatic is really blowing my mind. ...frantic and interesting..." -Tommy T. / Cyberage Radio / DSBP "...a never-ending sonic labyrinth conceived by a real sound alchemist." - Side-Line Magazine.