LAMENT CITYSCAPE Turn Outward Remix Album


Turn Outward, the new remix experiment album from Oakland-based LAMENT CITYSCAPE, is now available, and Cvlt Nation is helping to propagate its expansion into the human domain with a stream of the entire record. “So what happens when a crushing record such as The Torn by LAMENT CITYSCAPE gets the remix treatment? The end result is a sonic mental ward where only those who are up for awesome experiences would dare to go,” issues the write-up accompanying the album stream.


Listen to LAMENT CITYSCAPE’s Turn Outward now through Cvlt Nation at THIS LOCATION.


Turn Outward is now available, digitally self-released by the band; CLICK HERE.


LAMENT CITYSCAPE is currently fabricating new material for release later this year including a collaborative LP with Theologian which will see release in the Fall. Alongside its release, both bands will tour the East and West Coasts together, the eastern trek to include a set at the NYC-based Autumn Dirges Harvest Festival in October with the likes of Brut, Gnaw Their Tongues, Kintaan, Spettro Family, Swollen Organs, The Vomit Arsonist, Compactor, Whorid, and Ten Thousand Miles Of Arteries. Additional tour and recording updates will be issued in the near future.



10/28-31/2016 Trans Pecos – Queens, NY @ Autumn Dirges Festival [info]


Released through Battleground Records in mid-2015 LAMENT CITYSCAPE‘s The Torn was a refreshing album within the compacted current doom metal circuit, with an expansive, cinematic, nebulous approach with steep inclinations to industrial and art rock influences. Following those roots to the core of their sound, the band now infuses their works with those of some of their close friends, with the Turn Outward remix album. LAMENT CITYSCAPE members Mike McClatchey and Sean McCullough’s seven passages from The Torn have here been transplanted into new skin created by the likes of artists rRhexis, Godhunter, Achromaticist, Overhold, Neurospora, Dipped In Gold, and Uhluhn, with a wide array industrial, noise, ambient and other styles creeping into the massive remix album.

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