“Finding intersections between the post-industrial sounds he helped to pioneer, modern dark techno asceticism, and his own forays into deep sound design and production, Fulber’s solo releases have offered a unique perspective on the current musical moment, offering contemplative distance as well as beat-forward immediacy”

Canadian electronic musician and producer Rhys Fulber has just released his latest solo album, ‘Brutal Nature’, which has been gaining rave notices for its skilful fusion of intimate compositions with dancefloor bangers that has even seen it compared to the much lauded scores for films such as Blade Runner and Drive.
While writing the album, Fulber relocated from Los Angeles to a small town just outside his original home city of Vancouver. The quiet unfolding power of nature provided fresh inspiration and is where its concept was realised, with nature reclaiming discarded industry and the power and variation of the ocean becoming the ultimate judge.

Fulber has made a video for an edited version of the album track ‘Fragility’ that reflects his vision and it is available to view from today.

Fulber is best known for his lengthy (and ongoing) tenure with industrial standard bearers Front Line Assembly and ambient pop exponents Delerium (both with Bill Leeb), his solo project Conjure One, plus five albums released under his own name. As a producer, he has worked extensively with established metal acts such as Fear Factory and Paradise Lost, as well as the industrial hardcore group Youth Code.

1  Central State Institute 16 (6:28)
2  Chemical (5:38)
3  Marginalized (6:41)
4  Fragility (6:33)
5  Pyrrhic Act (9:08)
6  Pressure (5:58)
7  Night Render (7:15)
8  Rogue Minority (6:11)
9  Nature Reclaims (6:08)
10  Stare At The Sun (5:44)

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