2010: CONCRETE LUNG continued with high profile supports with some of the industrial scenes top bands including FUNKER VOGT, GRENDEL, AGONOIZE and FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY. The band also landed a spot at the UK's biggest industrial festival INFEST. 2011: CONCRETE LUNG established themselves with more coruscating live appearances alongside such seminal acts as THE YOUNG GODS and LEÆTHER STRIP. The band then set out to record a follow up to the 'Waste of Flesh' EP, this time in the form of a full length album 'VERSIONS OF HELL' expanding far beyond the sound of their debut EP. The LP was spewed forth in February of 2011 again to great reviews.
Rock Sound describing the album as "Grey as fuck 8/10". The band also secured interviews an writ-ups in Zillo magazine Germany and Terrorizer UK, also featuring on the cover mount cd of the latter. Armalyte Records together with Soundsphere Magazine join forces to co-promote ‘Incineratour UK 2011’ triple-headline UK tour, featuring CONCRETE LUNG, Je$us Loves Amerika and Digicore. Each band sharing a similar ideological head space and D.I.Y. aesthetic, reflecting the exciting, vibrant diversity of the UK Industrial scene. The latter end of 2011 has seen CONCRETE LUNG move away from the live scene to work on new material for release in 2012.
The next releases are said to be in very limited quantities and not available on digital format... 2012: CONCRETE LUNG return with two slabs of soul-crushing nihilism. Buoyed by the critical and commercial success that greeted debut album ‘Versions Of Hell’, their fight to bring a sense of worth to their art beyond the disposable and anodyne detritus of the digital age has resulted in the next stage in the Lung’s evolution and sees new single, ‘Die Dreaming’, issued on 7” green marbled vinyl and limited to just 250 hand-numbered copies. CONCRETE LUNG IS: William Riever - Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Chants Ed Oxime - Guitar, Vocals, Drum Programming. Discography: WASTE OF FLESH EP - Feb 2010 VERSIONS OF HELL LP - Feb 2011 DIE DREAMING 7" - April 2012 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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