PHAL:ANGST: Cvlt Nation Premieres Eerie “The Books (JK Flesh Remix)” Video From Viennese Industrial Post-Rock Unit; Phase IV Release Day Nears + Preorders Available
Phase IV is the impending new full-length from Vienna-based industrial post-rock unit. PHAL:ANGST. Recorded and co-produced by Alexandr Vatagin (Valeot Records, Slon, Tupolev, Port Royal, Werner Kitzmüller) and mastered by New York-based acclaimed sound engineer Alex Psaroudakis, Phase IV includes two remixes: “Despair II” remixed by Will Brooks aka MC Dälek of Dälek and “The Books,” remixed by industrial metal pioneer JK Flesh aka Justin Broadrick of Godflesh.
In advance of its release later this month, Cvlt Nation is pleased to debut the visual accompaniment to “The Books (JK Flesh Remix)” alongside a stream of the original track, “They Won’t Have To Burn The Books When Noone Reads Them Anyway.”
Issues the band, “The Sound Of Music is a movie that did not inspire PHAL:ANGST‘s latest video, although the landscapes you see were filmed in Austria. Forget everything you think you know about Austrian music and culture. This will take you on a bad trip in crusty black and white where everything is revolving, stumbling, tilting, gliding.”
Adds Cvlt Nation, “I feel broken inside… I feel fragile inside… I feel anger in my blood! I feel the emotional sonic wave that is the new song from PHAL:ANGST called ‘The Books,’ remixed by JK Flesh. This song has so many textures, it’s almost too hard to put into words.”