Limited to 300. Comes in silk-screened picture disc sleeve with clear black printed sticker on the back including album info. The huge circle-logo “The cult of Brighter Death Now” is printed on front of the clear sleeve.
For a nice free view to the beautiful landscapes shown.
All too bad, here is one bad to all. While the project has never compromised its original vision, it is fair to say Brighter Death Now has evolved into one of the few bands upholding the black flag of industrial music.
True to his roots – Roger Karmanik is still living in accordance with the only law he can follow. NO rule. While people should be seriously more worried about the grumpy old nihilist. Nothing left to loose or gain. His bare and tarnished feet continues the one-man funeral procession through the cold and desolate Nordic landscape. His back against the world.
Let Everything Rot!
7 years since last album, this new full-length is yet one of the ultimate albums from someone who has been around since before most were even born and he will cling on with nails and teeth until the last of us have given up or surrendered. – This is bad news for all of us!
Thanks to Kristian Olsson for his loyal dedication, Åsa Tedebro for critic behaviour,
Proiekt HAT for unknowingly participating on Let Everything Rot,
@devouredbydeath for explicit artwork.
Exina Karmanik for field photos.
Recorded 2018-2021 by R Karmanik.
Mastered by Peter Andersson August 2021.