Sess-Supastreng

Yes, its a very weirdly named record. In 2005, we were beginning our transition from a band very influenced by the studio to a band that allowed our noise improvisations and various chaotic synth patches to take charge. This is not to say they we avoided slicing and dicing in the studio, however our focus was to allow more of the live set to enter the realm of our recordings. This record also marks the first time that I began employing my Ciat-Lonbarde Fourses into ‘Knytes material. ┬áTake a listen here: