The duo’s debut LP.
According to the label, The Flowers Die in Burning Fire – 炎の中で死にゆく花 explores “expressionistic noise music” and vocalizations of Japanese poetry to tell an avant-garde tale of change, decay and rebirth in cacophonous terms.
Both Ateria and Dunkelman are fluent improvisers in their solo work and improvisational percussive and electronic elements heavily structure the nine tracks’ “meticulous, industrial and filmic instrumentation”.
The Flowers Die in Burning Fire – 炎の中で死にゆく花 is out on November 15 and is available for pre-order here.
In the meantime, check out our profile of Buh Records founder Luis Alvarado below.