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DIMINISHING Stays Noisy On New Single "The Culmination Of Years Of Self Abuse"

Don't be so hard on yourself.

Diminishing, the duo featuring New York-based David Brenner (Gridfailure) and Texas-based Lane Oliver (Yatsu), will release their new album The Unnamable on June 16. The project is now streaming their dense, dark new single "The Culmination of Years Of Self-Abuse" featuring a video by Brenner himself.

"This song is about wasting years of your life tearing yourself down," said Oliver. "It's about trying to make up for that lost time by doing something worthwhile and meaningful, but ultimately succumbing to the delusion that time has run out for you. It's about that vicious cycle of self-abuse that's hard to break."

The Unnamable was performed, recorded, and mixed by Brenner and Oliver, and mastered by Dan Emery at Black Matter Mastering (Kool Keith, Steve Von Till, Thetan). The Unnamable is available to pre-order through Anti-Corporate Music here and through Diminishing's Bandcamp here.

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