Sulfur Announces Pre Orders For His New Album Re: Birth

Sulfur Announces Pre Orders For His New Album Re: Birth

If the sample track High Score is anything to go by, Sulfur’s boast that Re: Birth is his ‘latest and greatest’ work to date is no boast at all.

Re: Birth could well mark a new, more accomplished era in Sulfur‘s solo endeavours. One half of the Thought Criminals alongside Mikal kHill, his regular collaborator is never far away having provided production on five of the fourteen tracks that form this new album. kHill also steps up to the mic on the intriguingly titled track Nerd is Bond. Other familiar featured vocalists include Random and Tribe One amongst others and further production comes in part from Cecilnick and C64 of Dual Core.

Pre-orders of Re: Birth are available now on Sulfur‘s bandcamp page for $10 and digital downloads also come bundled with a PDF of Sulfur‘s first comic book, Rise of the Aborted Clone, which is illustrated by Ryan Paul Holgersen.


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