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Gridfailure Announces "Hostile Alchemy" Release

Gridfailure will release new "Hostile Alchemy" EP in the coming weeks as the experimental outfit acknowledges one year of auditory disruption.

Conceived in the final weeks of the 2016 election cycle in protest to the profoundly destructive and misinformation-fueled current style of politics we're witnessing, "Hostile Alchemy" delivers nine tracks which bare a more reality-based intent than the outfit's customary horror.

In addition to suffocating layers of instrumentation and vocals by Gridfailure creator David Brenner, "Hostile Alchemy" features guest contributions from a wide cast of allies including Leila Abdul-Rauf (Vastum, Ionophore, Cardinal Wyrm), Faith Ciavarella, Mark Deutrom (Bellringer, ex-Melvins), Jeff Wilson (Wolvhammer, Abigail Williams, Chrome Waves), Pete Tsakiris, Benjamin Levitt (Megalophobe), Christian Molenaar (Those Darn Gnomes), Alexei Korolev (The Company Corvette), and more.

Gridfailure will digitally release "Hostile Alchemy" on March 24th with a physical entity of the record to follow. The band's second full-length, "Teeth Collection," will then be completed in the coming weeks for release in the spring, with sprawling third album, "Drought Stick," directly behind it.

The "Hostile Alchemy" track listing is as follows:

1. Unveiled Abyss
2. Target Rich Environment
3. Kompromat
4. Mannequins
5. Surrogates
6. EMP ASAP
7. Scourge Telepathy
8. Hostile Alchemist
9. Fallout Curtain

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