Thisturbia is collaborative cd ep between Rasalasad and Amantra.
THISOBEY is an ongoing series of Cd ep or k7 featuring collaborations between in-house artists with other invited musicians for special projects.
The cd ep comes wrapped in a cardboard box and inside a plastic bag.
Fernando Cerqueira aka Rasalasad started its activities in the late 80´s with the Atonal fanzine and the SPH label, where he released Jim O'Rourke, Merzbow, Smersh, Maeror Tri, Brume, The Haters, Telectu , etc.
Founder of Thisco records, which has released cds from Rasalasad, Merzbow, Kk Null, Rapoon, Lasse Marhaugh, Jarboe, Von Magnet, shhh ... among many others.
Alongside Thisco is editor of the occultural anthologies Antibothis which features texts and sound works from Hakim Bey, V. Vale, Carl Abrahamson, Andrew Mckenzie (Halfler Trio), Critical Art Ensemble, Pentti Linkola, Erik Davies, Robin Rimbaud, Francisco Lopez, etc.
He has several works released through on Symbiose, Thisco, SPH, Grado, Blocsonic, Illuminated Paths, La Nostalgie de la Boue.
His most recent releases includes collaborations with Matthew Waldron (irr.app (ext) / Nurse with Wound ), Merzbow, Emil Beaulieau, Jarboe (ex: Swans), Von Magnet, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Smell & Quim, Wildshores Antonym among others.
Since its creation end 2006, Thierry ARNAL (fragment., AMANTRA) has released many EPs, LPs and audiotape in Italy, Belgium, Germany, Japan, Canada & France. Juxtaposing heavy guitar sounds and weightless vocals in a mix of drone, shoegaze styles, Thierry ARNAL has melt its 2 main influences, Godflesh and Low.
In 2013 Thierry ARNAL started a new project called AMANTRA.
In 2016 AMANTRA becomes Thierry's main project...
(2014) AMANTRA - Rituals (EP)
(2015) AMANTRA - 1 (LP)
(2015) Cult Of Occult Vs AMANTRA - RMXFROMHELL (EP)
(2016) AMANTRA - Lost Tracks (LP)
(2016) AMANTRA - One (EP)
(2016) LUKE LUND Vs AMANTRA - No One Should Be Left Alone (EP)
(2016) AMANTRA - ALways & Around (EP)
(2016) RASALASAD Vs AMANTRA - Thisturbia (EP)
(......) AMANTRA - As It Should Have Been (LP)
“those feedback like walls of guitars sounds and the dark, loud yet flowing noisy sounds
of Rasalasad; in each of these four pieces they reach out for a lot of depth in what they do, and it is best enjoyed at a louder volume."
Vital Weekly – The Netherlands