|The Dematerialised Passenger is Combat Astronomy's second full length release, the first being the critically acclaimed but highly limited edition Lunik on the industrial label Adnoiseam several years ago.
Masterminding this cult underground act, James Huggett has built on the power and creativity of his earlier work, refining the rock and jazz aspects that often coloured them, and produced his most focused and ambitious recording to date. Huggett considers it a "breakthrough - I've finally achieved what I have been striving for musically for ten years"
The result is a relentless prog/zheul/industrial tour de force with some fantastically vocal and aggressive horn work against the grinding mid-tempo down-tuned bass guitars, odd meter drums and droning electronics.
Hypnotic and iconoclastic, fans of Guapo, Heldon, Circle and 'brutal prog' should check this out immediately.