Snares Of Sixes – the experimental project led by Jason Walton (Agalloch, Sculptured, MoonBladder) – is now streaming their glitchy new track "Dogs Of The Star Chain".
The idea for the track actually goes back a number of years when fellow Snares Of Sixes member R. Hunter (missing scenes, Self Spiller) comes up with a track that went unused, and got brought back to life alongside Walton over a pint. "Dogs Of The Star Chain" was then added to by Adam Stacey (Estradasphere, Secret Chiefs 3) and Marius Sjøli (Fauna Timbre, Sculptured).
Walton edited, mixed, and arranged all the pieces at his Earth in Sound Studios to be the finished song. The track was mastered by Jori Apedaile at JWA Recordings, designed by David Brenner, and was given a video by Kenneth Mellum.
"'Dogs Of The Star Chain' is another left turn for Snares Of Sixes," said Walton. "This song is all at once bizarre and confounding, yet beautiful and haunting. It contains elements we have worked with before but features a more rhythmic trance-like backbone and pulse than we have created in the past. I am excited to partner with Nefarious Industries once again to release this digital single and let people know that Snares Of Sixes is still going strong."
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