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Metasplice have released their debut album, Infratracts, through Morphosis's Morphine Records. As Juno Plus report, the LP was released this week with little in the way of promotion. Kenneth Lay and V. Hold debuted their noise-soaked techno project last year with two low-key releases-a limited cassette-only outing on Injections Limited and the Topographical Interference 12-inch on Morphine. The two EPs outlined the Metasplice sound: a chugging, distorted slant on techno that has parallels with the uncompromising work of Container and Hieroglyphic Being. Evanescence (A Love Letter) includes a collaborative track with Ziúr and Puce Mary.
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Pls note last batch has slightly bent corners "Infratracts" Revealed. Outstanding 8 tracks from the twisted minds of Philadelphia's Finest! After the Topographic Interference 4 tracker and the abstract headbanger Decant/Churn releases, the duo formed by Kenneth Lay and . old has established the fundamentals of a real new generation of psychedelia and wild technological freedom.
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Metasplice – tipped purveyors of crunching, frazzled techno – have, out of nowhere, dropped their debut album. Like Container and Pete Swanson before them, Kenneth Lay and V. Hold are part of the noise-to-techno diaspora, having both operated in the Philadelphia noise scene for some time. As Juno Plus report, debut album Infratracts unexpectedly arrived yesterday.