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AUTARKH announce debut full-length 'Form In Motion' + share new single 'Turbulence'

Rising from the remains of Dodecahedron to define extremity.

autarkh, dodecahedron
Photograph by Steph Byrne

With a swarming sonic approach and a vastly detailed Comaworx cover, Dutch unit AUTARKH come forth to unleash their ferocious debut full-length, Form In Motion, the likes of which stands as one of the most intense efforts of this year thus far. Arriving on March 12th via Season of Mist, Form In Motion is true chaos stemming from the mind behind Dodecahedron, Michel Nienhuis. To give audiences a taste of the hell that awaits come March, Nienhuis and co. share Turbulence as the lead single.

AUTARKH founder Michel Nienhuis comments on the single:

"‘Turbulence’ is a song about an ongoing realization and understanding of internal conflict. Change is necessary and inevitable but seems unattainable and out of range. ‘Turbulence’ is the first full blown song of the album and is quite representative of the AUTARKH sound – up-tempo blasts versus downtempo grooves, locking harmonies versus chaotic dissonance and ethereal layers versus dark growls. This visualizer is the result of a first experiment of our producer and sound designer Joris Bonis with his analog oscilloscopes from the 1970’s, that generate images based on audio. We invite you to join in on this new chapter of our musical evolution."

Stream Turbulence below and pre-order your copy of the record HERE.

Cover art by Manuel Tinnemans (Comaworx)


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