Monday, February 1, 2010
The Voidologists try something different with a subtle controlled tonal experiment. "I found my eyes at the bottom of the ocean" was recorded in one take using nothing but a single distortion pedal and one delay pedal.
Available for free, right here.
Monday, June 15, 2009
The Voidologists present a new limited untitled EP. Numbered edition of 10, individually assembled and screen printed by hand. Recorded using only two distortion pedals, an amp, and a delay pedal. Massive layered noise with subtle tone shifts and even a few random melodic moments bursting through the chaos.
1.Crossing the Ocean
2.Visions of Dawn
Saturday, June 13, 2009
Monday, December 15, 2008
A collection of experimental recordings made throughout 2008, these tracks were collected onto a limited CD that was sold/traded at live shows. Consistently noise, but with a large amount of variety between the tracks ranging from some traditional analogue grinding to more minimalistic electronic tone distortions.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Dronal: Noise for Sleep is the first full length release from The Voidologists. Slow moving synth drones blend with massive waves of building distortion, looping and contorting until it all melts into a sea of dissonance. Best listened to when on the verge of falling asleep. Each track was recorded live using a Korg EM-1, two distortion pedals and one delay pedal. $5 plus shipping.
Live performances of these tracks can be seen here.
Sunday, June 15, 2008
The Voidologists present Guitar Hell, eight minutes and 26 seconds of droning detuned guitar and haunting feedback manipulation. Recorded as two live sessions, then carefully merged into one unsettling track. Available as a free MP3 right here.
Saturday, May 24, 2008
The first official release from The Voidologists, this EP was recorded live using nothing but two distortion pedals and one amplifier. Huge sweeping waves of distortion and grinding tonal mutations flow through each brutally beautiful track. Showcasing the minimalistic use of equipment and precise control that The Voidologists are known for, Refusaliar is both a focus on the subtleties of noise and a celabration of complete sonic chaos. The original CD was distributed for free at early shows, and currently all tracks are available as free MP3's.