Haarp Reveals Details On New "Husks" Release
New Orleans metal misanthropes haarp today announce the release of their new studio offering, entitled "Husks." The album is set for release on September 18th, 2012 through Housecore Records and is the follow-up to 2010’s "The Filth." The "Husks" album was recorded at the University of New Orleans Performing Arts Center, Fountainbleau Room 7011, and Nodferatu’s Lair by Philip H. Anselmo. Engineering was handled by Steve Berrigan and Nathan Weidenhaft and the album was mastered at Visceral Sounds by Scott Hull.
Comments the band in a collective statement: “With Husks, we've maintained the sound we developed over our last few releases while adding some new elements and showing some additional influences.”
The track listing is as follows:
The following press release was also issued about the band: "Due to unforeseen events which occurred late in the summer of 2005, members of various disbanded projects came together to forge haarp. Featuring a collective of New Orleans grindcore, punk, and metal scene alumni, haarp embody the murk, decay, and oppression associated with their home city. haarp’s music is a visceral wall of low-end sound; its lyrics a journey through despair, hatred, self loathing, and aggression. haarp will be decimating a city near you. Further details to be announced in the coming days. "
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