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Death To Music Releases Onirica and Fluid Releases For Free Download

Anti-label Death To Music Production has released two new electro-industrial albums for free download: Onirica's "Exile" and Fluid's "Unavoidable Abuses." As usual, you need only to sign up for their newsletter to get the download codes.

ONIRICA's "Exile" sounds like Joe Meek after a marathon listening of noisy industrial music. This is a slight departure from the last Onirica release, but still with remnants of the former. This features the track "If To Smoke You Turn," as featured on last month's "F**K EM ALL; Vol 4" compilation. All music is by J. Aguila of Catalonia, Spain.

FLUID'a "Unavoidable Abuses" is a Death To Music first for multi-project musician Christophe Gilmore, the self-described aka "Post-Human Cyborg: subduxtion." The label describe this album as "Godflesh crossed with Tool and ambient soundscapes - 31st century black avant-garde music."

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The Fluid stuff is pretty cool, but the Onirica was pretty non-metal.

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