07.04.17 - Cubanate 'Brutalism' Pre-order!
Brutalism! The definitive Cubanate retrospective, spanning the years 1992 - 1996. Remastered by Jules Seifert (Marc Heal / PIG / Mortiis) at Epic Audio Media, it's an absolute fucking monster. 13 tracks chosen by Marc Heal and Phil Barry to showcase the very best of Cubanate's time on Dynamica. Available as a deluxe limited edition, 'Brutalism' comes packaged in a beautiful six panel digipack (designed by Vlad McNeally at Kallisti Design), with a 16 page booklet, featuring liner notes by Marc Heal. In addition, there is an extremely limited edition Web exclusive shirt, ONLY AVAILABLE in our bundle packs, inspired by the original Cubanate demo. See below for a look at this unique slice of Cuba-history.
As always, we've a number of bundles for you; Not only will you save a couple of quid, but all orders through the Armalyte webstore come with an exclusive FREE download of 'Angeltrance', which is unavailable anywhere else.
To celebrate the release of 'Brutalism', Cubanate will be playing two exclusive UK shows at the end of this month. Also on the bill are old pals Empirion, the brilliant Kanga (playing her first ever UK shows), the subversive Je$us Loves Amerika, and, in London only, the spearheads of the new breed of British industrial, Cease2Xist. Brutalism Glasgow takes place at St. Lukes on Friday 28th April, with Brutalism London on the Bank Holiday Sunday, the 30th of April.
The small print: CD orders will be shipped out during the w/c 24th April. The download codes for 'Angeltrance' will be delivered via email that very same week also. All CD / Shirt combos will be shipped out after the album's official release date of 5th of May, to allow time for manufacture of the shirts. While you're waiting, we will, of course, send you a free Bandcamp link, so you don't miss out. When ordering shirts, please leave us a message letting us know what size shirt you need. If there's some mad combination of CDs, shirts and tickets that you're after then please send us an email to info at armalyte dot com and we shall endeavour to get our customer service team to work their magic. Sorry everything's so convoluted, we exist in a perpetual state of chaos.