Glorify takes you on a intense noisy acid fueled journey through a hellish dimension only you can envisage. Diploid are one band you must hear even once, even better on repeat.
Favorite track: Intrusive.
Art As Catharsis is proud to announce the release of Diploid’s crushing new album Glorify – an intense, abrasive expression of oppressive grind.
Taking influence from the likes of The Body, Suffer, Iron Lung and Merzbow, Diploid present an intense blend of grind, hardcore and noise to their listeners. Glorify itself draws from books such as Dave Cullum's Columbine, Eoudard Leve's Suicide and Uzodinma Iweala's Beasts Of No Nation to present a grim but viscerally real take on mental deterioration.
Diploid remain respected as one of the Australian DIY scene’s hardest working and most terrorising acts. Coming off the back of a successful Japan tour and a collaborative show with The Body earlier this year, Diploid now turn their eyes to an Australian tour at the end of 2019 before potentially heading to USA and/or Europe for the first time. None are more furious, more emotive, more drastic than Diploid in a live setting – Glorify’s powerful themes and instrumentation are only amplified by the potential to catch the band in the flesh.
released November 22, 2019
"I am wanting to lie down on the warm ground with my eye closed and the smell of mud in my nose... I am wanting to feel how the ground is wet all around my body so if I am sweating, I am feeling like it is the ground sweating through me. And I am wanting to stay in this same place forever, never moving for anything, just waiting waiting until dust is piling on me and grasses is covering me and insect is making their home in the space between my teeths."
- Uzodinma Iweala - Beasts of No Nation (2005) -
Recorded between June 12th - 16th, 2019
This album was recorded at the Aviary Recording studio which stands on stolen Wurundjeri Land.
We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, whose relationship with the land extends back tens of thousands of years and whose history, language, culture and art have been destroyed by the white colonisation of so-called Australia. We pay our respects to Indigenous elders and leaders past, present and emerging. This always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.
Claire Westover - Violin, Noise
Jamie Colic - Spring Verb/Noise
Peter Hyde - Vocals
Recorded by Chris Brownbill and Jamie Colic
Mixed by Chris Brownbill
Mastered By Carl Saff
Lachlan R. Dale, Sarah Jane Barker, Tom Scott, Art As Catharsis, Blackwire Records, Lackluster Records, Serenity Now Tapes, Alex Crocetti, Scott McLatchie, Chris Brownbill, Ian White, Liam Phillips, Claire Westover, Jamie Colic, Leekspin, Ebony Rattle, Peter Hyde, Samantha Milne, The World At A Glance, anyone who has supported us. Thank you all!
a punishingly heavy, yet startlingly soulful album. “beaten” chugs from start to finish and reaches a harrowing crescendo; brendan’s “I AM FREE” reverberates around in my dreams. the cover of “no dreaming” had my jaw on the floor the first time i heard it. but “relent?” the entire runtime of this song, i’m compelled by some otherworldly force to scream my soul out right along to the lyrics. not to mention the incredible riffs; the choruses remind me of a blackened ulcerate, e milesmccollough
What more can you say after reading the abhorrent bio of this album that tells the vision behind it? This is the black vomit of Tchornobog: abyssal violation of your senses and pineal gland and you are not the same person after encountering this multidimensional god. 𝙅𝙤𝙚 𝙎𝙥𝙞𝙣𝙚𝙡𝙡
You know how sometimes you just want to sit back, relax and listen to something comfortable?
This is the opposite. This will shred your ears and your brain faster than shoving your head into a plane's reactor. Nekobibu