Cinemechanica - s/t LP

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Cinemechanica - s/t LP

15.00

With over a decade of experience under its belt, you'd expect Athens, GA's Cinemechanica to have a pile of records completed. It'd be entirely reasonable to expect that the decade between the band’s groundbreaking debut The Martial Arts and its upcoming self-titled LP would have been separated by more than a single EP, 2008’s double-drum experiment Rivals. Sure, that'd be reasonable – but Cinemechanica is anything but. 

While the band cut its teeth as pioneers of the region’s millennial math-rock landscape, those very chompers have now worn into predatorial fangs through years of exhaustive performance, tireless composition, and – most recently – a new level of aggressive sneer honed by Kurt Ballou (Converge) at GodCity Studios. From the opening blast of “Hang Up The Spurs” to the closing hyper-melodic bleed out of “Biblical Noise,” descriptors ash through the mind like subliminal screens in a movie house: Immediacy. Tension. Panic. Pacing. As the sweat starts to pour and the ears begin their tell-tale tingle of exertion, the body/brain divide dissolves into a blur of between the goosebumps of anxiety and full-breath catharsis. This band will move you, literally and otherwise. 

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