|1.||"From The Shadows That Melt The Flesh 1"|
|2.||"From The Shadows That Melt The Flesh 2"|
|1.||"From The Shadows That Melt The Flesh 3"|
|2.||"From The Shadows That Melt The Flesh 4"|
The gothically titled From The Shadows That Melt The Flesh sees Samuel Kerridge and Downwards further strengthen their working relationship. Emerging last year on Horizontal Ground, Samuel Kerridge's gravelly, tectonic form of techno drew favourable comparisons to the likes of Andy Stott, Powell, and certain aspects of the Blackest Ever Black discography. Earlier this year he put out the Waiting For Love EP on Karl O' Connor's Downwards label, a suite of noise, drone and techno in four parts that expanded on his debut release productions to stunning effect. The suitably macabre From The Shadows That Melt The Flesh echoes Kerridge's previous Downwards transmission in laying his work across a suite of four individually numbered tracks, mixing searing noise and reverb soaked, scorched earth rhythms.
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