Album artwork for Void by Scalping
Album artwork for Void by Scalping

Bristol techno, noise and hardcore supremos Scalping release their highly anticipated debut album Void. Scalping are heavy metal in 4D; the sound is moody, distorted and rhythmic, but the use of electronic techniques gives the finer details room to breathe, making more space for experimentation.

Tracks such as “Tether”, featuring Oakland rapper DÆMON, puts a modern, metal twist on Bristolian trip-hop, whereas album closer “Remain in Statis” features fast-rising artist Grove, a Bristol-based rapper and self-professed metalhead whose commanding presence sets the track alight.

In the heat and darkness, it’s a swarm of low-end frequencies and ripping guitars, somewhere between Black Sabbath-esque psychedelica and The Bug’s sub-bass headfuckery. Live, the effect is immense. Scalping play continuously for the duration of their sets, generating a storm of metal-and-techno through a rising beats-per-minute count.<

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Scalping

Void

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Album artwork for Void by Scalping
LP

£22.99

White
Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

HTH157

Album artwork for Void by Scalping
Tape

£10.99

Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

HTH157CT

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Void by Scalping
CD

£11.99

Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

HTH157CD

Bristol techno, noise and hardcore supremos Scalping release their highly anticipated debut album Void. Scalping are heavy metal in 4D; the sound is moody, distorted and rhythmic, but the use of electronic techniques gives the finer details room to breathe, making more space for experimentation.

Tracks such as “Tether”, featuring Oakland rapper DÆMON, puts a modern, metal twist on Bristolian trip-hop, whereas album closer “Remain in Statis” features fast-rising artist Grove, a Bristol-based rapper and self-professed metalhead whose commanding presence sets the track alight.

In the heat and darkness, it’s a swarm of low-end frequencies and ripping guitars, somewhere between Black Sabbath-esque psychedelica and The Bug’s sub-bass headfuckery. Live, the effect is immense. Scalping play continuously for the duration of their sets, generating a storm of metal-and-techno through a rising beats-per-minute count.<