BLR037: Caïna - Setter Of Unseen Snares LP
After a decade spent exploring almost every genre imaginable, Caïna’s upcoming LP and fifth album, Setter of Unseen Snares, is a return to the project's inception as a black metal act, as well as founder Andrew Curtis-Brignell’s personal roots in punk rock and hardcore. This is the first release in which the Caïna frontman shares production duties with anyone else, giving the project an enormous new sound. Andrew explains, "Setter of Unseen Snares tells the story of Earth's last family and the way in which each member chooses (or is chosen) to deal with the end of the world. Some are sacrificed, others are less fortunate. The snares tighten regardless." With this full length, Caïna has produced a massive cacophony of desperation and anxiety.
Andrew also adds, "the song "Applicant/Supplicant" effectively encapsulates the album as a whole, combining furious black metal, d-beat driven hardcore, cosmic soundscapes and arcane vocal ululations in its short runtime."
500 copies will be available on opaque white vinyl. All copies include a download code.