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Bleak. Dystopian. Alien.

Three and a half year after Raime’s debut-album Quarter Turns Over A Living Line the duo consisting of Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead has made a step-change. They slough off their doom-laden drones and reverb-drenched atmospheres and starts again with a more minimalistic approach.

Refined and sharpened the sound on Tooth is more futuristic and synthetic, combining haunting synths with dry, thin electric guitar, percussions as sharp as razors and a lethal sub-bass. The sound is wide-open and with no hesitation.

Click here for more about Raime performing on PHONO16.

Read reviews of the album by Resident Advisor and XLR8R.

And listen to the album below.