"Until The Day I Die" is the third album from Australian post-industrial outfit KOLLAPS.
A merciless and visceral assault on the senses and continues the trajectory of the band's idiosyncratic approach in their creation of sound.
The album showcases an uncompromising force of harsh post-industrial music narrated by overarching themes of condemnation and redemption; of violence, romanticism, sexuality, and addiction.
Much of the creation and lyrical conceptualisation of the record has been stylised and presented using William S. Burroughs' cut-up method.
A wide variety of metals and raw materials were used in the creation of the album including metal grates, a rusted hoist, cement cylinders, field recordings, hammering of various decrepit objects, broken amplifiers, an exposed reverb tank, various synthesizers, and the infamous metal coil; a crudely self-constructed artifice that has become iconic in its use across KOLLAPS' triptych of releases and lengthy touring history in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Album mastered by James Plotkin and completed with cover artwork by Nullvoid (Thomas Ekelund | Trepaneringsritualen).
1. Relapse Theatre (3:13)
2. D-IX (3:06)
3. I Believe In The Closed Fist (8:02)
4. Hate Is Forever (4:35)
5. The Hand Of Death (5:55)
6. Until The Day I Die (3:08)
7. Iron Sight Halo (5:35)
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