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Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I
Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I
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Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I


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Release Date: February 15, 2019
Catalog ID: NEF-50-1

Limited edition white cassette tape, featuring artwork by David Brenner.

A1 Sandy
A2 Dysmorphia For One’s Neighbor
A3 ICBMs In The Storm’s Eye
A4 Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I: Survivor’s Remorse
A5 Post-Attack Habitat
B1 Directly In Its Path
B2 Phosphorous Fog
B3 Exsanguination Of The Utopians

The first three albums in GRIDFAILURE’s five-album Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery concept series – Sixth Mass-Extinction Skulduggery I, II, and III – embody current unraveling of society: murder, outbreak, dystopian governments, warfare, depletion of resources, and survival by any means necessary. The final two albums in the series – Teeth Collection and Drought Stick – prophesize the next phase of society with a further atavistic style. The second installment in this dark arc delivers an expansive dose of pulsating wrath which shows GRIDFAILURE’s harsh dirge diving into further depths of the ongoing apocalypse in which we’re currently living, as humankind consumes itself and the entire planet and nature’s wrath becomes more apparent by the day.

Marauding factions, societal collapse, revenge, organ harvesting, nuclear warfare, widespread contagion, unfathomable storms, cannibalism, and other grim topics poetically permeate this intense album which fully envisions the extreme, anti-genre, experimental vision more than any prior release from GRIDFAILURE to date. Its fifteen movements consume a mammoth hour-and-fourteen minutes.

Conceived, executed, engineered, and mixed by Dave Brenner.
Mastered by Dan Emery at Black Matter Mastering.

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