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Fantastic independent record stores Repressed Records, Bravery Repetition and Noise, and So Music are all kindly stocking our debut CD H3O. Go to the shop page for more info. Then get down there and buy one! You know you want to…
Forenzics debut album H3O is finally available for download from itunes. The other sites came online quicker but as itunes is the most widely used by everyone we held off announcing availability till then. You can also purchase it from emusic, amazon, napster and rhapsody. Go to the shop page for more info.
Cyclic Defrost gave H3O the once over. Here’s an excerpt:
Forenzics appeals to a tuned ear, one familiar to the art rock world, high on minimalism, completely rebelling against the structured codes that their chosen instruments lend, yet succinctly reveling in their wielding. Providing powerful new landscapes of sound, abstracted estranged music that is becoming uncannily familiar and growing fonder in the ear of this ‘noise’ avoider.
Check out the complete review at http://www.cyclicdefrost.com/blog/?p=3012
Forenzics are proud to release their self-funded debut album ‘H3O’, an hour-long spontaneous piece of music recorded in one complete take on 8th October 2007. Mixed by Jorden Brebach and mastered by William Bowden.
H3O is a semi-abstract liquid sound world that touches on psychedelia, ambience, art-rock and noise. The band features guitarists Matthew Syres and Dirk Kruithof who, with drummer Ben Eadie, create hypnotic and slowly building currents of sound, from turbulently disruptive noise to serenely calm minimalist textures.
The two guitarists have distinctly different playing approaches; creating a wide array of textures through the use of effects, non-standard tunings and found objects. The music moves from a very electronic sound palette all the way through to unabashed power trio rock sounds.
Rather than an ‘anything goes’ aesthetic of some free music the album has an internal logic and continuity; a group-sound arrived at through playing together over a number of years, and a loose conceptual sonic theme based around water.
Coming soon to itunes, amazon and other online sources.