Veteran producer Thomas Feriero is set to release his first album as Maenad Veyl. Hosted inside a sleeve designed with Tomaso Lisca are 12 tracks made of the same contained abrasion that marked his EPs for Death & Leisure, Veyl, and Pinkman.
Feriero first ventured into electronic music in 2011 after spending his teenage years listening to Slayer and thinking of ways to never work a single day of his life. He's since released as Avatism and CW/A and, at the beginning of 2018, after a small hiatus, he launched Maenad Veyl with a laser-sight focus inspired by the sounds of his earliest influences: hardcore punk, jungle, metal, and EBM.
The project’s debut, a split EP on Oliver Ho’s (a.k.a Broken English Club) Death & Leisure with Years of Denial, was followed by Somehow, Somewhere They Had Heard This Before on Pinkman, and then a string of releases on his newly-founded label, Veyl.
03. The Adversary
04. They Belonged With The Others
05. From Body To Body
06. Silent Blood
07. Twelve Regions
08. Out Of Sight
09. Heart Of A Machine
10. Solipsism And Other Comforts
11. Like A Locust
12. Permanent Disrepair