This is our first attempt at a podcast. We hope you enjoy it. We're very likely to do more in the future. We believe that all of these releases are still available from their respective labels.
Envenomist - "The 11th Hour" from The Helix [Killer Pimp, 2009]
André Foisy - "The Great Disappointment" from After the Prophecy [Land of Decay, 2010]
Intrinsic Action - from Peepland: The Complete Singles "Motivation" [Bloodlust!, 2006]
Neil Jendon - "Sister - Impure Pillars Before the Sea" from Male Fantasies [Land of Decay, 2010]
Skullflower - "Black Rabbit" from IIIrd Gatekeeper [Crucial Blast, 2003]
André Foisy - "Call to Clarion: Flee That Flood" (excerpt) from After the Prophecy [Land of Decay, 2010]
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Locrian will be performing our only June 2010 show at the Empty Bottle next week with Cold Cave and Hair Police. The show will start at 10:00pm and you can find out about getting tickets at the Empty Bottle's website.
Here's what the Empty Bottle had to say about the show:
With a slew of raved about limited vinyl and cassette releases from exciting Philadelphia outfit COLD CAVE on Hospital Productions, What's Your Rupture and Dais, it was only a matter of time before Matador hopped on the COLD CAVE love train and re-released Love Comes Close last year. Combining synth-pop, post punk, new wave and atmospheric industrial references into dark, synth-spaced pop songs, Pitchfork went so far as to postulate, "if vampires are as cool as I'm told they are right now, COLD CAVE would've cleaned up at the Teen Choice Awards this year." Joining COLD CAVE on this tour, HAIR POLICE return to the Bottle with their exquisite, pedigreed noise. There are few acts who can match their creativity and explosiveness and their deconstructive, nihilistic tendencies are thrilling and unparalleled. Electronic drone metal heads LOCRAIN open tonight playing tracks from their March released Territories LP. Their disembodied, doomed pieces are among our favorites, and even the Chicago Reader has taken note praising their "alien beauty" and "eerily gorgeous noise."
We're not sure where the Empty Bottle got their information, but it's very unlikely that we'll be performing anything from our "Territories" release at the show.
It is more likely that we'll be performing some tracks from our as-of-yet unreleased album "The Crystal World." Come and hang out if you're around.