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the haxan cloak


tri angle


Released: 15th Apr 2013


2lp + download

Released: 23rd Apr 2013


out of stock

serrated beats & cavernous sub-bass mesh with the classical drones & ghostly details of bobby krlic's awesome, malevolent debut.

bolstered by a desire to explore new terrain, krlic has evolved his sound to incorporate more of his electronic influences. the result is an album awash with tension & as impressive as a sound design show reel as it is a work of art. it's as dark & doom laden as his debut, including more of the ominous strings, junkyard found sounds & primitive percussion that made 'the haxan cloak' so immersive & arresting, but he has surrounded these elements with the ebb & forceful pull of swirling electronic pulse in the form of kick drums or rounded sound waves. rhythms & ghostly melodies appear but with the effect of drifting or counting down to an ominous conclusion, rather than driving or superseding the effect of the hefty ambient drones. "an electronics-led close cousin to doom, drone & perhaps even if earth’s dylan carlson had been raised on claustrophobic trip-hop & industrial dub rather than sabbath & slayer" - drowned in sound.



  1. Consumed
  2. Excavation (Part 1)
  3. Excavation (Part 2)
  4. Mara
  5. Miste
  6. The Mirror Reflecting (Part 1)
  7. The Mirror Reflecting (Part 2)
  8. Dieu
  9. The Drop