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Residuum

Wolf Shield

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1
Polarise
Wolf Shield
3:49
2
Alone Tonight
Wolf Shield
5:00
3
No More
Wolf Shield
4:54
4
Vapour
Wolf Shield
3:30
5
The Granite Belt
Wolf Shield
3:24
6
Supercell
Wolf Shield
4:31
7
Too Bright For Mars
Wolf Shield
6:14
8
Dark Day
Wolf Shield
5:13
9
Corrugated Sunset
Wolf Shield
3:52
Total Playing Time    40:27
"On Supercell, you can hear remnants of Massappeal’s abrasive textures, echoes of Reimann’s bratty sneer and how he’s alchemised it into something newly uplifting. If only we could all reconcile with our past creative selves so productively."
- Kate Hennessy, The Guardian

Wolf Shield is the alter ego of Randy Reimann, best known as the vocalist of legendary Sydney hardcore outfit Massappeal whose breakneck punk tempos and relentlessly heavy guitar revolutionized hard music in Australia through the 1980s and 90s. Residuum lays Reimann's involvement with Massappeal to rest as he deconstructs the band's practice tapes using magnets and video cassette recorders resulting in this set of nine considered and arrestingly dark electro tracks.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tenth Court Studio Masters

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