Though premiered in mid July via NoEcho webzine, “The Map” – the first song on FLESHWORLD’s upcoming album “The Essence Has Changed, but the Details Remain”, is still a hot news worth a solid check. Recorded live at Monochrom Studio by Satanic Audio and mixed/mastered by Sylvain Biguet, the recordis slated for an October 11th premiere via This Charming Man Records.
“The Map” uncovers FLESHWORLD‘s disciplined approach and bleak yet massively creative imagination. Its dramatic soundscapes unveil pretty terrifying view that’s both ritualistically hypnotic and utterly irresistible. It’s one of the most haunting teasers you’ll hear all year. Great job, guys!
Cover photo by Denisse Ariana Pérez.
A five-piece band from Krakow, Poland, revolving around the concepts of uncertainty and change, beauty found in decay, and the indescribable emotions. Unpleasant, noisy, and melodic sludgy post-hardcore, evoking nostalgia, regret, and uneasiness. 2019 will see the release of their new album, “The Essence Has Changed, but the Details Remain” through This Charming Man Records. It blends blackened hardcore with melancholic screamo, and psychedelic improvisation. The album was recorded entirely live in Monochrome Studio, a reclusive retreat in the Silesian wilderness, engineered by Haldor Grunberg from Satanic Audio (Thaw, Behemoth) and mixed/mastered by Sylvain Biguet, who also worked with artists like Birds in Row, Death Engine, Valve, or As We Draw. Fleshworld was initially founded in 2010 as an electronic/post rock duo, the band gradually grew and developed. For a while they revolved around the post-rock/post-metal genres. Since then, the band has been getting heavier and more aggressive with each iteration, while still retaining a certain introspective mood and melodic approach. FFO: Bird In Row, Death Engine, Celeste / sonicrendezvous.com