THEOLOGIAN To Perform At Voidstar Productions 25th Anniversary Fest TONIGHT; Compilation Available

Theologian-live [photo by Gretchen Heinel]

New York dark industrial entity, THEOLOGIAN, will terrorize Voidstar Productions 25th Anniversary Fest tonight in Allston, Massachusetts alongside Author & Punisher, Compactor, Insect Ark, The Vomit Arsonist and more. In celebration with the three-day event, Voidstar Productions recently unveiled The Unreasonable: Voidstar Productions XXV Year Anniversary compilation, currently streaming at the official BandCamp Page HERE. The collection includes THEOLOGIAN‘s remix of “Shame” from Author & Punisher’s newest full-length, Melk En Honing as well as THEOLOGIAN‘s “Corpses Among The Roots” remixed by Snowbeats.

As their sonic decomposition continues to shape-shift, THEOLOGIAN‘s latest compositions see their signature heavy electronic foundation infiltrated by torrents of bowel-eviscerating bass guitar and severe pedal manipulation, with the incorporation of unorthodox percussive tools.

Following their Voidstar Fest performance, THEOLOGIAN will appear on Annihilvs presents Devil’s Night 2015 at The Acheron in Brooklyn on October 30th, where the band will perform with the likes of Sewer Goddess, Gnaw, Insect Ark and Kintaan. Additional shows are being planned for November and onward.

10/02/2015 Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA @ Voidstar 25th Anniversary Fest w/ Author & Punisher, Compactor, Insect Ark, The Vomit Arsonist, more [info]
10/30/2015 The Acheron – Brooklyn, NY w/ Sewer Goddess, Gnaw, Insect Ark, Kintaan [info]

THEOLOGIAN‘s newest release, A Means By Which To Break The Surface Of The Real, is playing at Cvlt Nation RIGHT HERE, and the “Surface Of The Real” video at Heathen Harvest HERE.

A Means By Which To Break The Surface Of The Real LP is the first release for Redscroll Records’ new Nothing Under The Sun imprint, and is now available in a one-time pressing of 500 copies on black vinyl, and digitally. Order the LP alongside other band merch and recordings via THEOLOGIAN directly HERE, Redscroll Records HERE, and Earsplit Distro HERE, and the digital via Annihilvs Power Electronix alongside tons of other titles HERE.

THEOLOGIAN‘s A Means By Which To Break The Surface Of The Real offers forty-five minutes of material created in collaboration with David Castillo of Primitive Weapons and White Widows Pact, Daniel Suffering of Whorid, Matt Slagle, and engineer Kevin D. Reilly, Jr., who has periodically worked with founding THEOLOGIAN orchestrator, Lee Bartow, a.k.a. Theologian Prime since the earliest incarnations of Navicon Torture Technologies in the mid-late 1990s.

THEOLOGIAN‘s dark industrial pedigree is impeccable… A Means By Which To Break The Surface Of The Real, is a nightmarish affront of torturous industrial rhythms and suffocating drones…” – Noisey

THEOLOGIAN‘s output is equal parts volume and oppression. A Means By Which To Break The Surface Of The Real only furthers Bartow’s sound assault: the synthesized drones are deeper, the noise harsher, the rhythms more crushing. Somehow, lost within the audio sandstorm, there is a sort of harmonic bliss, slowly meandering through the stark landscapes. THEOLOGIAN does it again.” – Invisible Oranges

“Bartow is an artist who, like so many of his influential peers from Brighter Death Now to IRM, has been enormously important to our development as fans of industrial music over the past decade and a half… Bartow leads us once again into the deep, dark recesses of the mind and the world…” – Heathen Harvest

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