Necro Deathmort

DIST29 - 12" / digital download

Distraction Records are proud to present Necro Deathmort’s first foray in the world of vinyl with EP1.  And, as you’d expect again, it’s yet another change of pace for the duo, supplementing their doomy ambience and whirlpools of 23Hz low-end, with 70’s evil filthy synth and 90’s harsh, pummeling techno, with frequencies cutting, slicing and bursting all over the place.  Think the likes of the The Tuss, Goblin, Underground Resistance, John Carpenter, maybe even Tangerine Dream, Surgeon, or The Horrorist.

Necro Deathmort – AJ Cookson and Matthew Rozeik - are the duo that emerged from London’s underground doom scene with a sound described by theQuietus as "Veering seamlessly between dub-infused electronica, pounding sludge and experimental noise, their music is as intriguingly fresh as it is furiously grim."  Their first album proper, This Beat Is Necrotronic, came out in 2009 on Newcastle's Distraction label; and picked up steam as a sleeper word-of-mouth hit until aQuarius Records made the album a Record of the Week.  Soon, NDM were very much in demand, playing festivals and touring Europe, and going from strength to strength following their albums Music of Bleak Origin (2011) and The Colonial Script (2012).

The last few years have saw Necro Deathmort play Sonar, Supersonic, Asymmetry, CTM, Soy and Audioscope festivals, as well as internationally renowned doom-fest Roadburn.  They've remixed Steven Wilson, Ulver, RA, Dead Fader and Altar of Plagues. NDM have also played alongside Ulver, Atari Teenage Riot, Godflesh, GY!BE, Shining (NOR), Ufomammut, The Haxan Cloak, Dub Trio, dUSK, Sleep, Warm Digits, and Altar of Plagues.


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