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Error 500Artist: Mutation
2. Utopia Syndrome
3. White Leg
6. Computer, This Is Not What I...
7. Sun Of White Leg
8. Relentless Confliction
9. Innocentes In Morte
10. Benzo Fury
More Info:Mutation began as a need to hear an album that no one else looked likely to make. An album that wallowed in sheer grindcore brutality whilst allowing itself to be lifted by twisted talons of melodic majesty, and, with no loyalty to genre, delve into darker recesses of sonic experimentation. Featuring the talents of Shane Embury (Napalm Death), Ginger Wildheart (The Wildhearts) and Jon Poole (Cardiacs), with guest appearances from Mark E Smith (The Fall) and Merzbow, Mutation is a an eight man beast that exists to challenge the listener's preconceived ideas of extreme music.
Mutation will reward your attention with a white knuckle ride that travels at blast-beat speed along rails of industrial mayhem, thrilling with break neck twists and hyper rhythmic turns, guaranteed to leave you breathless and baying for more. Intense and entirely random, this is an album to be loved by fans of all genres of experimental and extreme music, but especially by the type of listener that needs the parameters shifted a little more to the left. If you're waiting for the next step in the evolution of extreme music then look no further. Mutation is here. We have already begun.