Very limited edition tour poster designed by Thomas Neulinger. Printed on 250g Luxo-Samt paper, 50 x 70 cm in size. Comes with a pro-dubbed cassette with exclusive unreleased material. Available on our UK tour with Dead Fader.
Includes unlimited streaming of Volume.2.5
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
I can’t really do this album, or Wrest’s talent and influence, due justice. I can say that this album is a late discovery for me, and some of my favorite current metal projects are logical extensions of what Wrest has already done. This album is high art; the most painfully beautiful thing you’re likely to hear. Metallurgical Fire
One of the most original pieces of music made in 2015, the record really has a character of its own. Uniquely mysterious, yet deeply affecting once listening is invested (there are many layers here, the production and arrangement are acing it). Generates feelings which vary from ecstatic to subdued, majestic to dysmal, hope-injecting to despair-inducing. Sometimes it feels like flying, sometimes it feels like you are alone in a hugely vast area, looking at the sky.
It's a bit like darkness and light constantly moving through each other, not really colliding. Can't really pick a favourite track, but the glacially-moving, ambience-in-outer-space outro of Indigo Birds is really da shit spiros_metsouggis