Today’s post is dedicated to the forthcoming, heart-shaking release by SNTS. An LP , filled with meaning, agony for the humanity and heated dance rituals, exorcising the evil forces operating in the world right now.
“The Unfinished Fight Against Humanity” is SNTS’ third full-length album following “The Rustling Of The Leaves” in 2015 and “Losing Sight” in 2016. Ten tracks that are born from the combination of historical, mystical and current references, which lead to a reflection of how the human being can complicate its existence due to behaviour and the consequences that derive from such actions. The dark, hard and energetic rhythms of the album narrate the coexistence of diverse human values throughout history, from peace to war, from love to hate, from empathy to ego.
In the words of the artist SNTS, “the human being has been created to live in society, the problem arises when society fails to coexist or compete to survive”.
The anonymous artist SNTS has been a major player in the dark, gritty underworld of industrial techno for the past six years. He is well known in the world for diffusing his warehouse sound, both as performer as well as the head of two imprints; SNTS Records and Sacred Court Labels. After two EP series (Scenes and Chapters) released in his own label, EPs on Edit Select (Edit Select Records) and Horizontal Ground, 2015 saw the release of his fist LP, “The Rustling of the Leaves”, an incredible well-crafted collection of seven tracks (plus an impressive Polar Inertia RMX), moving from dark ambient to monstrous techno floor killers. Losing Sight, his second LP, was released in 2016 on his new imprint Sacred Court, and focused on more ritual and primal sounds with Neo-classical and Dark Ambient influences, becoming one of the undisputed highlights of the year, which was followed by other releases on Horo and SNTS Records.
All tracks written & produced by SNTS
Mastered by Conor Dalton at Glowcast, Berlin
Guitar on “Ego Death” by Katso Kuro
Vocal on “Ego Death” by SNTS
Design by SILICA
Photography by Rémy Soubanère