U.K. noise metallers MINE[THORN] are currently in studio recording their new album, "JunkHive Noir", for a late September release via Code666 Records. Songititles set to appear on the CD include "Density", "Haas Effect", "Forever Failing Icons", "Leftover Scraps of Life" and "JunkHive Noir".Formed in 1999 as a THE AXIS OF PERDITION side-project, MINE[THORN] call what they create "bio mechanical disturbance metal" — "the sound of city sized slabs of living ancient alien machinery descending from the sky and grinding across the face of the planet consuming all life to replace it with more of their own," according to a press release. MINE[THORN] draw their main inspiration from "the industrial sprawl and urban deterioration of their native Teeside in northeast England as well as a plethora of writers and films harbor no particular spiritual, political or musical alliances. MINE[THORN] simply wish to create music that is both crushingly heavy and rich with visual identity," the press release adds.
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