Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Jewelcase CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Vae Solis via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Vae Solis is the debut album by Scorn, originally released in 1992 on Earache in the UK, and Relativity in the United States. It features the same musician lineup as Side A of Napalm Death's Scum. It has been said that the cover features a collage of two medical photographs superimposed. One photo is an open throat, probably diseased, while the other is a cancerous cell, taken with microscope. With the following extras on the CD version. Scum After Death (dub)" – 5:54.
Label: Earache – MOSH 54 CD. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Instruments, Bass Guitar, Drums, Drum Programming, Sampler – Scorn. Music By, Producer, Sleeve – . Photography By – Luton Sinfield, . Harris, Ruth Collins (3).
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Vae Solis is the debut studio album of Scorn, released in 1992 by Earache Records. Quoting the Ask Earache blog (I think it's Digby Pearson, Earache Records founder): "The cover of Vae Solis (which i think strictly means 'Woeful Sun' in latin- or Black Sun more likely) is a collage of 2 medical photographs superimposed. One photo is an open throat, probably diseased, the other is a cancerous cell, taken with microscope, if memory serves.
Perhaps an oversimplification, but Vae Solis is notable for partially being a last working out of Harris' death/thrash jones in a slightly more conventional sense - not entirely a throwback, but certainly one with its moments. Here, Bullen's roaring vocals have an obvious kinship with Justin Broadrick's snarls from Godflesh (all the more fitting since Broadrick contributes guitars to the album); the sense of ambient space that would grow stronger and stronger here turns up mostly as occasional dropouts in the mix or slabs of echo and reverb slathered over the words.