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ANGUSRAZE ‘Interface Overload II’ : 3 headed hydra of misanthropic hegemonic sounds, emanate with no relent.

ANGUSRAZE

“This is a hard-hitting electronic song about distortion of identity and character,” said ANGUSRAZE. “You can definitely say it’s not for the faint-hearted, but it has a visceral quality to it which makes it simultaneously enthralling and horrifying. FFO Death Grips and Xiu Xiu, we hope you agree with us that this song is hard hitting and uncompromising.”

Emerging from the murkiest corners of information overload, ANGUSRAZE, the brainchild of Yorkshire-born, Kent-based artist Ryan Wilkinson, was born in the infinite network of fibre optics that connects Ryan’s bedroom to cyberspace.

Part Lynchian, part industrial, completely intense, ANGUSRAZE treads the line between fantasy and violence, soundtracking a dystopian future where dimension-hopping guardians shift between realities to fight negative energies.

A 3 headed hydra of misanthropic hegemonic sounds, emanate with no relent. It’s what ANGUSRAZE does.

Now you’re informed. Now you must ANGUSRAZE yourself.

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