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“Sadistic” brings pleasure to listeners
Los Angeles, CA – “Sadistic” is the new single from I.N.R.I.’s forthcoming self-titled release. The album, set for release mid-2008, is a hammering attack of aggro-industrial, characterized by blistering waves of synth, guitar crunch, scathing percussion and brooding, ominous vocals. I.N.R.I., founded in 2005, is made up of Jason Morton(Vocals, Guitar, Programming , keys/synth), Gabz(Spyder) Puc(Bass Guitar), and Kyle (weemayne) Wells(Live Drums),.
“Sadistic” highlights the album’s visceral, transgressive sound. The CD is transgressive, both conceptually and musically, presenting cutting edge interpretations of the industrial genre and challenging the listener with no-holds-barred lyrics. Sinister melodies, driven rhythms, mind-splitting drum hooks and fear-inducing vocal attacks all fuse into a wall of darkness rallying fans and iconoclasts under a banner of musical and social revolution.
“The whole album is a reflection of my personal experiences with pain, anger and animosity toward organized religion and ‘Sadistic’ sets it off with my anger toward malicious, sadistic individuals who are in my life,” says Morton. “This is my ode to them.”
Morton composed all of the music on “I.N.R.I.” Though he appears on the album as vocalist and guitarist, he also has roots in drumming. His musical life prior to I.N.R.I. found him playing drums for various acts. Touring is anticipated for 2011.
“I am very dark and creative,” says Morton. “I will never stop making music and I will never stop writing lyrics speaking out for what I believe. I am a vessel filled with dignity and power that no one can take away.” I.N.R.I. is currently working with A&R Select, the world’s leading independent artist development firm, based out of Los Angeles, CA. More information is available by visiting www.arselect.com.