Limited to 50 copies only, includes full digital download of the Static Seekers
Includes digital pre-order of The Static Seekers.
You get 2 tracks now
(streaming via the free Bandcamp app
and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the
complete album the moment it’s released.
digital album releases July 30, 2017
item ships out within 10 days
edition of 50
Streaming + Download
Pre-order of The Static Seekers. You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
The Static Seekers: The second offering from North London noise punk iconoclasts, Casual Sect. The Static Seekers follows on from their debut release, ‘The Hidden Persuaders’ from 2016. Here we find the band back on familiar stomping ground. Big riffs, Big Muffs and big ideas on a small budget. High-falutin’-lo-fidelity sonic explorations. A cheekily twisted look into the murkier side of the modern information age, and it’s effects on mind, body and soul. Featuring songs about the time a Komodo dragon ate Sharon Stone’s husband, having a mohair fetish, not having synaesthesia and bad trips in graveyards.
Casual Sect have recently shared stages with Okkultokrati, Purling Hiss, Part Chimp, Terminal Cheesecake as well as performing at the ICA, Cafe Oto, Supernormal Festival, Incubate Resonance FM, NTS and more.
For fans of - Crass, Butthole Surfers, Cows, Sore Throat, Melt Banana and Black Flag.
Casual Sect is - Maggie Muldoon (vocals), Robbie Judkins (guitar and vocals) and Kevin Morpurgo (drums and vocals).
The Static Seekers was recorded by Thomas Blackburn (New River Studios) and
mixed by Wayne Adams (Bear Bites Horse).
Reviews for The Hidden Perusaders -
Soundblab : “It's not often you find an album where the musicians clearly just don't give a fuck. Yet that's the case with Casual Sect’s The Hidden Persuaders, a noisy bit of mayhem... It's like a fun-size Snickers bar with firecrackers instead of peanuts...”
Echoes and Dust : “A ‘Discordian’ group that have clearly read around the topic and are a worthy part of the whole constructed chaos cult. The Hidden Persuaders is a fantastic, mesmeric 17 1/2 minutes,”