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NEW ALBUM: Terminal Function – Clockwork Sky

Terminal Function’s “Clockwork Sky” is the follow-up album to 2008’s Measuring The Abstract. Progressive technical metal of the highest magnitude. Influenced by Meshuggah, Cynic, Gorguts, and more.

Mixed and mastered by Per Nilsson (Scar Symmetry, Scar Guitar).

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NEW SONG: Red Cell – Taking Back The Crown

Red Cell (Stefan Aronsson, Jimmy Jönsson and Per Linnerblad) has with their two previous albums “Hybrid Society” (2005) and “Lead Or Follow” (2008) established themselves as a strong force within the Swedish electronic scene. Now they are finally back with brand new material showing a more mature poporiented sound that will not only keep all their old fans happy but for sure find them new.

AUDIO ART: FAP – Stilett i sanden

Stefan Aronsson and Jens Eriksson joined together as FAP in 2004 and began their playful electronic operation in the small steel-producing town of Sandviken in northern Sweden, After a couple of formative years, the duo released their debut LP Malekasino Dondolo in 2006 which was nominated for an independent Grammy in Sweden the following year.
FAP has also exhibited both video and audio installations which have explored in depth the group’s sonic and visual world. Their audio installation Ljudmusik had its first performance in Gävle in 2006 was also exhibited in Lund the following year.

“Stilett i sanden” is the new track from FAP, after seven years of silence.

MASTERING: Baron Bane – Hail To The Night

MASTERING: BLKMGK – Are you coming over

Terminal Function – Seraph Sublime

When I don’t do mastering assignments, I play guitar in the technical death metal band Terminal Function. Our sophomore album Clockwork Sky is out on Willowtip Records on September 18.

Preview a full track from the album here:

MASTERING: Flora Cash – Save Me

MASTERING: Baron Bane – Fire Play

MASTERING: Baron Bane – By The Waves

SOUNDS: Moving Walls

I created a 37 minute sound piece for the Moving Walls program on the 10th December 2014 as part of Moving Breaking Common Making, an exhibition by Year 3 Textile at Konstfack.

The Moving Walls program addressed matters of community building and participation in public space; – Presence, Space, Representation, Time, Content and Audience Relation.

Moving Breaking Common Making – held on the 10th to 12th December 2014 at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden.

Moving Walls from Moving Breaking Common Making on Vimeo.