Supporting Roles' full length debut, the Cronenbergian body horror-inspired 2xCS entitled Dysmorphia.
Roughly an hour's worth of material recorded straight to tape, Dysmorphia is as painstakingly dynamic as it is authentic, and is a true push forward for the Supporting Roles project. The traditional nomenclature of feedback driven treble, destroyed vocals, and apocalyptic rumbles still exists, yet engulfs an extended palette of both analog and digital synthesizers resulting in a soundtrack for one's own anatomical anxieties.
Fusing influences of industrial, dark ambient, modern classical, and musique concrète, each side takes you further down the abyss until you wish you'd hit the bottom.
Undisclosed limited quantity. Hand-assembled 5" reel boxes housing one black and one white C32 in a sealed bag. (First edition sold out. Second edition coming soon.)
This digital version has been ripped directly from the original to-tape recordings, being the first time they have touched a computer during their entire process of creation.
This is PL014.
released June 28, 2013
Recorded in Scumfuck Metro Detroit Suburbia, MI, 2012-2013 by Daniel Stolarski.