Servant EP

by UCNX

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A teaser release, both a holiday gift to all our AWESOME fans, and a taste of what's to come...Rebellion, Ruin, Redemption, 2017.
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"What can I say, I just love UCNX, I'm really excited about just everything [they] have done, and I'm excited that they're going to be putting out a new release this year. This is a nice teaser for what's to come. There was another teaser released this same week that was a big disappointment for me...their initials are N.I.N...but I really can't say enough about UCNX, pay attention to these guys!" -Joseph Graham, The Razor Blade Dance Floor.

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released December 20, 2016

Written & recorded by UCNX at Surgical Studios, Philadelphia, and The Noizebunker, NJ. Mastered by Riki Rezinunts at MMI Studios.

UCNX is: dOGulas Sudia & John "nVIR" Monette

Add. personnel: Kurt "zir0" Samuels (guitar, add. production), Greg Sirfer LeClaire (add. vocals, composition), Mark Mathers (add. keyboards on track 5).

Special thanks to: Gross National Produkt, Portable Darkness, Bizarre Ritual, and all our friends & family.

Cover by UCNX Design.

"Servant (The Teeth of Angels)" will appear on our new full-length album, 'Rebellion, Ruin, Redemption' in 2017. WE PROMISE.

(c) & (p) 2016 Rodeohead Music (BMI)

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UCNX Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Based out of NJ/Philly, UCNX (Doug Sudia & John Monette) focus mainly on the industrial/electronic scene. Theirs is a fusion of various styles ranging from classic Electro-Industrial, Coldwave, IDM/Ambient, Noise into a collection of storming club & experimental tracks with strong vocals, an overall rock sensibility, & strong respect to the classic 90's industrial sound, without being stuck in it. ... more

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Track Name: Servant (The Teeth of Angels)
The cracks in my shell
From the teeth of angels
The soul that you sell
To be dead & famous.
Track Name: The Void (Live Jam 12.05.15)
...look into the void...see what is not there...

...scratching through the abstract...