The Breaching Experiment is an ongoing musical exploration. Eclectic, apocalyptic, political and personal, furious, and filled with ennui.
An album of eight black metal-infused songs, musically shifting between blastbeats, doomy lows and one or two rock anthem influences. Lyrically, the songs circle broadly around internal and external anxiety, from the closest relationships to general political lamentations.
Released in 2020.
A video for the track The Bloody Machine of Robespierre:
A video for the track Conform and Confirm:
The album Doom Soon was released in 2018, and is musically a punk-rock endeavor. The lyrics deal with political issues such as climate change, work and welfare, populist politics and online bullying.
An outtake from the sessions is a cover of Bonnie "Prince" Billy's I See a Darkness, which can be heard here.
This single was released in 2019, with the original tracks released in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Lyrics are inspired by Doris Lessing's Shikasta series and the political landscape in Europe and elsewhere.
The EP Anthropocene was released in 2019, and focuses on rhythms and bass lines, and lyrics around climate change, poetry, space and politics.
A lyric video for the track Drip Drop:
A rendering of Spock's Theme from the Star Trek episode "Amok Time", played on some far-off planet: