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[31 Oct 2019 | No Comment | ]
Xiphoid Dementia – Ritual Indexx Vol. II Now Available

Last week the official Xiphoid Dementia bandcamp page debuted with a new release entitled Ritual Indexx Volume I which is the first of a two part release that features unreleased material and compilation tracks that did not make it onto Collection of Lost Thoughts 3xC64 on Black Horizons released a few months ago. Again, there is no overlap – Ritual Indexx features all it’s own exclusive re-issued material. 
This week the second installation entitled Ritual Indexx Volume II is now available for free. Featuring 2 long tracks the opener Reality Pulse which was featured on …

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[1 Oct 2019 | No Comment | ]
Xiphoid Dementia – Prison of Hope Teaser 1

Coming soon on eclectic Boston label Divergent Series which is home to the strange industrial/sound collage project FRKSE and obscure black metal act RID among others.
In addition to unveiling the first musical stylings of the new album we are also proud to unveil the new Xiphoid Dementia logo designed by Josh Yelle of Kintaan and LVMMVX.
DIV_038: Xiphoid Dementia – Prison Of Hope LP
Our friend and colleague in the northwest, fresh off his split with Bastard Noise harshes out your palette with half a dozen tracks of rich industrial soundwork. Here, …

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[1 Mar 2019 | No Comment | ]
EE21: XIPHOID DEMENTIA / BASTARD NOISE – HUMAN EXTINCTION ENGINE LP

*purchase this from the shop*

Human Extinction Engine is a split record between the throttling yet textured death industrial of Xiphoid Dementia and the harsh space ambience of Bastard Noise. Conceptually both artists unite in seeing a world where humans slowly tighten the noose around their own neck through “advancement” and “industry”. Yet each artist reflects this concept in very different ways. On side A Xiphoid Dementia turns inward with cryptic spoken samples and delivers one track of pummeling industrial, one track of seething dark ambience, and concludes his piece with …

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