Wreck His Days, the second record from the anonymous outfit, lands in August.
The mysterious entity first appeared on the label back in 2014, with a 10-inch called How Great A Fame Has Departed comprising two droning, experimental cuts (what the label called "elegies in dub"). Wreck His Days is the first album from the project, and it comes with some specific credits—including members of HTRK and These Immortal Souls—though it's still unclear who exactly is behind the project as a whole.
Blackest Ever Black compares Wreck His Days with the likes of This Mortal Coil and Massive Attack, and calls it an "overtly poiticized album, with a frank endorsement of socialist values, a dedication to women who have fought oppression throughout history, references to the Spanish Civil War and the UK Miners' Strike, and an overarching belief in the international ideal."
Listen to "...And I Tried So Hard"
01. Wreck His Days
02. Ghost From The Coast
04. ...And I Tried So Hard
05. I Beat As I Sleep As I Dream
06. Ay Carmela
07. Rosa / Kollontai
Blackest Ever Black will release Wreck His Days on August 22nd, 2016.