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New Flesh Coffin album!

Posted in News, Sounds, Video with tags , , , , on October 15, 2022 by andreasbrandal

The debut album from my harsh noise alias Flesh Coffin was a split with Vomir in 2009. After numerous tapes and CD-Rs on various labels throughout the 2010s, things slowed down towards the end of the decade. This is the first full album of new material from Flesh Coffin since the tape “Black Lakes” released on Imperial Noir in 2015.

To check out the sounds, go HERE.

To order from the label, go HERE.

Evolutionary Context

Posted in News, Sounds, Video with tags , , , , , on October 3, 2022 by andreasbrandal

Another track from the “False Light Authority” EP, available HERE.

False Light Authority OUT NOW!

Posted in News, Sounds with tags , , , , , on September 30, 2022 by andreasbrandal

Five tracks of glitchy/ambient/drone that I started work on around the same sessions that turned into the “Not A Triangle” album (released on Flophouse in May 2022). Synths, various manipulated acoustic intruments, field recordings, VHS tape, minidisc and cassette loops.

Andreas Brandal – False Light Authority

  1. Astral Mirrors of Delusion (3:25)
  2. Evolutionary Context (3:10)
  3. False Light Authority (4:00)
  4. The Karmic Return of Mental Bondage (3:29)
  5. Collective Thoughtforms of Fallen Angelics (4:57)

Recorded at The Station, Bergen in 2021 and 2022.

You’ll find it HERE.

Astral Mirrors Of Delusion

Posted in News, Sounds, Video with tags , , on September 24, 2022 by andreasbrandal

Here’s a new track from an upcoming EP.

“Not A Triangle” review!

Posted in News, Reviews, Sounds with tags , , , , , on July 17, 2022 by andreasbrandal

“Not A Triangle” (released on Flophouse earlier this year) gets a great review from Lost In A Sea Of Sound:

“…Not A Triangle defies easy description. Eight tracks so rich with timbre and consideration, listening is like hearing a three dimensional laser scan. Thoughts move around these sonic peaks and valleys, becoming wise to the clarity and depth the smallest tones holds. Andreas Brandal has perfected the mysteriously beautiful. Harmonies resting on the other side, so close their breath warms the consciousness. When we loose this connection, Not A Triangle becomes distant and alien. But with each listen, the congruity grows more sturdy.”

Many thanks for the kind words!

Read the full review HERE.

Check out the album HERE.