DD13076 
Cyberstruct - We Carry The Burden Of Our Existential Thoughts 
Following his EP on Traumatic, and a series of well-received DJ mixes, Australian doomhead Cyberstruct joins Dark.Descent. for an EP of very physical doomcore: You will keep wondering how something so slow can sound so massive? 
No ready-made sounds on this one, all four tracks on DD13076 are charged with distortion and melodic hooks, with “A Fork In The Road Between Two Dead Ends” the most obvious choice for the industrial dance floor (while all tracks qualify for that use). The kicks crash and shatter relentlessly, the sparsely used vocal samples proclaim the end of the world - while you’re still twitching to this.
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    Cyberstruct - We Carry The Burden Of Our Existential Thoughts
    Following his EP on Traumatic, and a series of well-received DJ mixes, Australian doomhead Cyberstruct joins Dark.Descent. for an EP of very physical doomcore: You will keep wondering how something so slow can sound so massive?
    No ready-made sounds on this one, all four tracks on DD13076 are charged with distortion and melodic hooks, with “A Fork In The Road Between Two Dead Ends” the most obvious choice for the industrial dance floor (while all tracks qualify for that use). The kicks crash and shatter relentlessly, the sparsely used vocal samples proclaim the end of the world - while you’re still twitching to this.

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