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9 thoughts on “ Faceless - Screature - Four Columns (CD)

  1. Formed seven years ago, partially out of a shared interest in cultish music and UFO literature, Screature has released two full-length works: their self-titled debut () and Four Columns (). The combined effect when listened to both without interruption amounts to a monolithic, rising wail, a dance along the precipice of sanity.
  2. The album eventually creeped to black, but rather than letting it lie dead, S-S Records approached the band about keeping it in print. So, like all good stories, Screature rises from the dead for a second life. This S-S edition is a modest pressing of
  3. Aug 07,  · While dancing, moshing and sobbing at live concerts might feel like a long-lost fever dream, one local band is engaging its audience in a new way: through a homemade video game. Gainesville-based.
  4. Dec 20,  · Screature are easily among my favorite contemporary deathrock bands, and needless to say I was completely blown away by this album! This is their first full length album since Four Columns in “The New Eve” has the inherent catchiness you’d expect from such a badass band, but the dark atmosphere completely outweighs even the guitar.
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  6. Buy Four Columns Screature, Rock, CD Online Now at the Australian based Sanity Movie Store. View Trailer and Tracks.
  7. Call it dark Psychedelia or Post-Punk Black, Screature's Four Columns is a creeping zodiac of sound. Screature came to life in , in a dark corner of Sacramento, California. They spent three years making music in secret, wintering to Rudimentary Peni and Chrome, summering to Music Machine and PiL. saw their debut LP flash through the sky.
  8. Jul 10,  · With the help of producer Chris Woodhouse, responsible for nearly every Thee Oh Sees record, Screature’s sophomore album, Four Columns, .
  9. Dec 10,  · Screature’s self-titled debut was recorded and mixed by Chris Woodhouse and released on the band’s own imprint, Ethel Scull Records in April Their second album, Four Columns was produced by Chris Woodhouse and released on Ethel Scull/Ss Records in July

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