...from one-sided LP, vinyl ltd. 100 copies. Prison Tatt records is proud to bring you the first vinyl release from Bk industrial's most dynamic duo, Creeplings. Multi-instrumentalist, bringer of dense drones and haunted vocalizations, Bianca Bibiloni, who's recorded and performed as Ala Muerte, combines talents with synth virtuoso/multi-instrumentalist Joshua Slusher (OPPONENTS, Grand Selector, Spiritual Switchboard, Goblin War Trio et al.), and their collaboration brings about results a breed apart from any of their other projects. With an impressive, self-released CDr, and an equally impressive cassette (Cryptic Carousel) under their belts, Creeplings, on this record, approach beat-based, downtempo industrial like no other project I can think of; I've listened to these tracks over and over and grasped for enticing comparisons...if you could lay the most-aetheric Broken Flag releases over the finer works of Chris and Cosey, you might get an idea of where this record will take you; the beats are prevalent, but not dominant, the melodic trails and synth figures seep in like the subtle onset of good hallucinogens. Ask me, it's just hot, hot, hot—but icy, too. United used a new stock for the labels—off-white, glossy, "classic"—a perfect companion to Bianca's collages which adorn the sleeve, artfully silkscreened by Seizure Palace.