Stoke On Trent (UK) based industrial band Omnibael are to release their 9-track debut album, “Rain Soaks The Earth Where They Lie”, on Cruel Nature Recordings on February 4th. They make a rather vicious noise reminiscent of early Godflesh, peak-era Ministry, Cop Shoot Cop and early Unsane.
Over a very short period of time, the duo formed this year, the band has realized quite some output including a split album with Lip Critic and a few live and virtually live outings.
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As for their sound the band says they were “listening to The Body, White Suns, Show Me The Body, Uniform, Black Dice, Sightings, Kevin Richard Martin and Full of Hell – our friends’ music too – Rejection Ops, Territorial Gobbing.”
Check the player below to get an idea what to expect.
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