Artwork and t-shirt for Sektor 304 "Soul Cleansing" digipack cd on Malignant records. Here's the label description:
"Equipped with a frightening and impressive array of primitiveinstrumentation pulled from junkyards and scrap metal heaps, thisPortuguese outfit has delivered an astounding formal debut �" a headymixture of truly old school industrial in the vein of Einsturzende Neubauten, Test Dept , and S.P.K , and the grinding, bass heavy dirge of vintage Swans and Godflesh .These are anthems to the past, but geared towards an apocalyptic andbleak future… a form of counter-culture using what is most evident inmodern western society: the debris, the abandoned objects, the waste,the noise, and the interference.
With a solid foundation of rusty,oil drenched percussion, Sektor 304 adds layer upon layer of squallingindustrial clangor, hammering metallic noise, grimy atmospheres,heaving masses of haunted factory drones, and threatening tribalbatter, with a strong and commanding vocal presence. The sound here isalmost physical in nature �" provocative, persistent, and demanding. Noone is doing what Sektor 304 is doing right now. Anyone into TRUEindustrial (and that includes not just the aformentioned old guard, butalso things like Strom.ec , Militia, Negru Voda , and Knifeladder ) really should not miss out.In 6 panel digipak, mastered by Steel HookAudio. 3 tracks posted on the Malignant myspace, so be sure to checkthem out if you want an idea of what Sektor brings to the table."