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Watch the Bloody Avant-Doom Industrial of FEARSORE “Incubation”

Security is an illusion…that’s the message that FEARSORE injects into your mind as you consume his disturbing avant-doom industrial. Fearsore is the impressive solo project of Wiley Wells, but his new album Wetworks features a plethora of collaboration with artists like Jim Bresnahan, Paul Gillis, Bruce Lamont, Arelys Jimenez, and Dan Guenther. Today I’m excited to share a truly 2020 visual with you in the form of “Incubation” – this track feels like a dissection of all the ways we fool ourselves into thinking that the people we’ve assigned power over our lives to have anything other than their own material ascendence in mind. Wetworks comes out on October 30th via Dead Sage – pre-order it here. Right now, read how Fearsore conceived this track and watch our exclusive video premiere below…

Among all of the possible underlying themes [on “Incubation”], I feel the strongest is an acknowledgement of our failings as a species.  We have become steadfast in our belief in security and tomorrow, we have based our very existence socially, economically, religiously….. upon this mirage, this false foundation.  We have lost respect of the chaos that surrounds us, and taken it to heart when known liars in places of power come out and declare shades of security and false intentions.  There is no resolve here, just another plateau of thought…. and I think we’ve all just stepped onto it.

The limited CD version of the record features a cover of Project Pitchfork’s “Alpha Omega.”

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Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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