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Isis + Mare 'Double Up' Bundle


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In this bundle:
• 1 copy Mare EP Vinyl EP
• 1 copy Isis Oceanic Remixes / Reinterpretations Vinyl 2xLP
• 1 Isis Oceanic Box T-Shirt
• 1 Mare Rounded Skyline T-Shirt

T-Shirts printed on 100% ringspun cotton tees. Mens/unisex sizing.

ISIS VINYL INFO:
• Features remixes from Fennesz, Tim Hecker, Justin Broadrick, Thomas Köner, etc.
• Back on vinyl for the first time in over a decade. Limited pressing of 1500 copies
• Remastered for Vinyl by James Plotkin

Stream the album HERE

Track List:

LP 1
1. Weight (Fennesz Remix)
Remix – Fennesz
6:34

2. False Light (Carry Edit)
Remix – Ayal Naor
Vocals – Maria Christopher
7:53

3. Hym (Thomas Köner Remix)
Remix – Thomas Köner
6:19

4. The Other (James Plotkin Remix)
Remix – James Plotkin
9:49

5. Carry (Tim Hecker Remix First Version) Remix – Tim Hecker
4:26

6. Maritime (Teledubgnosis Remix)
Remix – Teledubgnosis
9:24

7. Maritime (Mike Patton Remix)
Remix – Mike Patton
3:43

LP 2
1. The Beginning And The End (Venetian Snares Remix)
Remix – Venetian Snares
5:05

2. Carry (Tim Hecker Remix Second Version) Remix – Tim Hecker
5:21

3. False Light (Deadverse Remix)
Remix – Oktopus, The*
5:30

4. Carry: Like I Will Love Her Forever? (Fuckin Die!!!) (Speedranch Remix) Featuring – Guilty Connector
Remix – Speedranch
5:51

5. From: Sinking, To: Drowning (Destructo Swarmbots Remix)
Remix – Destructo Swarmbots
7:14

6. Hym (Justin Broadrick Remix)
Remix – Justin Broadrick*
14:54

MARE VINYL INFO:

Track Listing:
01. Anisette
02. They Sent You
03. Tropics
04. Palaces
05. Untitled Track

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Mare remains one of the enigmatic entries in the Hydra Head roster of artists, as this eponymous EP represents the band's one and only recording. This Canadian trio consisted of vocalist / guitarist Tyler Semrick-Palmateer, Rob Shortil on bass, and drummer Caleb Collins. The band had a short run from 2004 to 2007, emerging out of Toronto's death / tech-metal community with Semrick-Palmateer had cut his teeth on vocals in The End. On the five songs of Mare, the band assembled a menacing composite of styles and forms -- sludge-metal, math-rock, classic prog idioms, and the diaphonic harmonies from Bulgarian chorals.