Siren Records

Many of the songs on "Raw Blood Singing" were penned alone in 2021 by Schechter; they were gutted, reworked and rebirthed when Wyskida joined in 2022. - The album title is deeply rooted in the concept of evolution - on both a human and a universal scale - stories of physical beings bound by equal parts unchangeable matter and malleable, shape-shifting energy. - The music, too, has evolved beyond Insect Ark's origin as an instrumental band, adding for the first-time the deep honeyed poison of Schechter's vocals. Showing a penchant for crafting haunted and memorable melodies, the contrast of her smoky voice with the spare, brutal music feels both uncomfortably intimate and icy cold.
Many of the songs on "Raw Blood Singing" were penned alone in 2021 by Schechter; they were gutted, reworked and rebirthed when Wyskida joined in 2022. - The album title is deeply rooted in the concept of evolution - on both a human and a universal scale - stories of physical beings bound by equal parts unchangeable matter and malleable, shape-shifting energy. - The music, too, has evolved beyond Insect Ark's origin as an instrumental band, adding for the first-time the deep honeyed poison of Schechter's vocals. Showing a penchant for crafting haunted and memorable melodies, the contrast of her smoky voice with the spare, brutal music feels both uncomfortably intimate and icy cold.
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Raw Blood Singing
Artist: Insect Ark
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Birth of a Black Diamond
2. The Frozen Lake
3. Youth Body Swayed
4. Cleaven Hearted
5. The Hands
6. Psychological Jackal
7. Inverted Whirlpool
8. Ascension

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Many of the songs on "Raw Blood Singing" were penned alone in 2021 by Schechter; they were gutted, reworked and rebirthed when Wyskida joined in 2022. - The album title is deeply rooted in the concept of evolution - on both a human and a universal scale - stories of physical beings bound by equal parts unchangeable matter and malleable, shape-shifting energy. - The music, too, has evolved beyond Insect Ark's origin as an instrumental band, adding for the first-time the deep honeyed poison of Schechter's vocals. Showing a penchant for crafting haunted and memorable melodies, the contrast of her smoky voice with the spare, brutal music feels both uncomfortably intimate and icy cold.
        
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