NADJA’s ‘Skin Turns to Glass’ in stores now.

 

Canadian experimental/noise duo NADJA‘s latest album Skin Turns to Glass  

 is in stores today via THE END RECORDS. 

You can purchase the album and NADJA merchandise here: http://www.theomegaorder.com/s.nl/sc.13/category.89518/.f 


Nadja’s second album was originally released in a limited edition CD-R run on Belgium’s Nothingness Records.
The album was re-recorded and re-arranged by Aidan Baker (guitars, vocals, woodwinds, drum machines)
and Leah Buckareff (bass, vocals) in Baker’s home studio.
 An ambient track was also recorded for the release.

 You can hear an excerpt of the song ‘Sandskin’ at THE END RECORDS’ official MySpace page:
http://www.myspace.com/theendrecords


NADJA – Skin turns to glass
TE101 / The End
 1. Sandskin
 2. Skin Turns To Glass
 3. Slow Loss


What the press are saying about NADJA:

“Commanding, encompassing and occasionally savage, the album employs all of the band’s hallmarks: sinewy strands of 
guitar layered beyond individual recognition, errant yet powerful percussion and an unconstrained but 
no less purposeful sense of buildup.” – Casey Rae-Hunter, DUSTED MAGAZINE

“When Toronto electro-metal duo Nadja are at the height of their powers, the entire world feels as if it could collapse 
beneath the pressure of a manipulated guitar, a drum machine, a bass, and two bent voices.” – Grayson Currin, PITCHFORK MEDIA

“Nadja have all the style, velocity and impact of a Stealth bomber.” – Edwin Pouncey, THE WIRE 

“Nadja’s unabashed love of atonal classical music beams (albeit dully) throughout, stressing lack-of-form over function, 
making something normally scary into something wholly frightening.” – DECIBEL

“The doom-laden sludge is thick with ambient synths cushioning the blows, but when the band combines the 
punishment of early Swans with the cinematic scope of later Swans, things really open up.” – MONTREAL MIRROR
 

 

More:
Official NADJA website:
  www.nadjaluv.ca

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