"[Berserker Generator] is a unique blend of electronic and metal influences, and I feel fans of M83, Aphex Twin, and fans of noise rock in general would do well to give it a listen..."
- The Rainbow Hub
"As an album that strives to serve as a picture of the mess of politics, policing, and inherently flawed hierarchies of American society, this is a jumble of misery and misanthropy, with a huge portion of resistance and vitriol thrown in for good measure. It’s not easy to digest, but it’s not meant to be an easy process. After multiple listens, I find myself coming to better find my personal place within the album’s sound and message. Alienation and frustration are common topics in extreme music, yet I’ve never found them to be displayed in such a fashion. While initially this didn’t sound like it would work at all to me, I can’t help but feel that creating something so outside of any conventional musical community is half of the purpose of this work. Berserker Generator is equal parts urban warfare and digital escape from a world that is wholly uninviting."
- Black Metal & Brews
experimental electronic black metal / cybergrind / digital hardcore dipped in gas and dropped in a flaming trashcan. music with a strong internal conflict.
patterns and rhythms conflicting into an choreographed melee.
the soundtrack to a riot.
a polyrhythmic sound that constantly slides between the fringe of black metal, electronic, drum'n'bass, noise rock, and barely-decipherable noise, refusing to commit to formalist standards of musical genres and instead embracing natural chaos.
an album inspired by the inexplicable mayhem of human life in our society, the confusing cacophony of corrupt politics, of state execution by police, of colonialist bigotry and hierarchic structures that make the very foundation of our backwards culture.
written june 3-4 2015. produced june 4-5 2015.