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SPB exclusive: Cyberplasm - The Psychic Hologram

Posted by Loren on June 11, 2019

SPB exclusive: Cyberplasm - The Psychic Hologram
Cyberplasm - The Psychic Hologram

Coming on June 21, Cyberplasm will release a new LP to the world titled The Psychic Hologram.

The band pulls from a diverse influence, mixing noise punk guitars, atmospheric drum processors, and furiously shouted vocals for a blistering belt of hardcore that’s both perfectly suited to the genre while simultaneously destroying it.

The band will be on tour this fall in support of the new record. Pre-orders are available from Iron Lung.

Give a listen to the 11-song record here:

 

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Photos by Oscar Aranda (live in San Diego)

SPB exclusive: Cyberplasm - The Psychic Hologram
Cyberplasm - The Psychic Hologram

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