Last year I introduced some of you open-minded souls out there to the work of amazing electronic group Attrition – the twisted creation of UK artist Martin Bowes – whose acclaimed album All Mine Enemys Whispers was one of the most chilling and immersive sonic experiments of that or any year. Now it's time for an entirely new experience, as Attrition has released their new 25th Anniversary live CD – which represents the band's impressive history and hints at new, even more sinister directions in the years to come.
Kill The Buddha! (Live On The 25 Year Anniversary Tour) (11xFile, FLAC, Album, RE). Two Gods. SUBCULTURE 091. Attrition. Kill The Buddha! (Live On The 25 Year Anniversary Tour) (11xFile, FLAC, Album, RM). Sub Culture Records.
Kill The Buddha - Live On The 25th Anniversary Tour. From the opening radio advert to the closing surprise song to Martin, the album catches ATTRITION at their rawest and most vulnerable, compiled and mastered by Martin Bowes from over 2 years of shows from Europe to the USA and Mexico, as ATTRITION celebrated their 25 year anniversary. ATTRITION is extraordinary music for connoisseurs of challenge and this Live album reaffirms ATTRITION's musical prowess. tracklist: 01. Invitation 02.
Other productions from Attrition (UK). The Unraveller Of Angels.
The debut album The Attrition of Reason appeared on Third Mind Records in autumn of 1984. The next year, Julia left the band to join the Legendary Pink Dots, and Bowes returned with new band members Marianne, Alex Novak, and Pete Morris to release the second proper Attrition album, Smiling, at the Hypogonder Club, which was generally well received. The following year, however, this lineup dissolved and Bowes released In The Realm of the Hungry Ghosts, a collection of rarities, compilation tracks, and B-sides from the preceding few years. 2009 has seen the release of a live album, Kill the Buddha!, that celebrates 25 years of live touring, and Wrapped in the guise of my friend, an album of Attrition songs covered by other bands. 2012 and Martin has worked with his wife Kerri on their first full-length movie score, Invocation.
Kill the Buddha! (Live On the 25 Year Anniversary Tour), 2008. Kill the Buddha! (Live On the 25 Year Anniversary Tour), 2008. Favourite Things, 02:38. The Head of Gabriel, 05:13.
Kill the Buddha! Release year: 2008. Attrition, Martin Bowes - Favourite Things 02:38. Attrition, Martin Bowes - The Head of Gabriel 05:13. Attrition, Martin Bowes - Dante's Kitchen 05:45. Attrition, Martin Bowes - Dreamcatcher 05:24. Attrition, Martin Bowes - A'dam & Eva 03:35. Attrition, Martin Bowes - I Am Eternity 04:53. Attrition, Martin Bowes - Two Gods 04:40. Attrition, Martin Bowes - The Mercy Machine 05:51. Attrition, Martin Bowes - The Long Hall 08:01. Attrition, Martin Bowes - November 18th.