James Ferraro announces Requiem for Recycled Earth, the first installment of a four-part suite

James Ferraro announces Requiem for Recycled Earth, the first installment of a four-part suite
LIL ICEBUNNY in his natural habitat

James Ferraro has just announced a new album, Requiem for Recycled Earth, out May 3 via Bandcamp. While I’m personally assuming that the album consists of 13 guitar-centric, third-wave-emo-revival songs — no music from the release has been shared yet, and the tracklist features song titles like “No Future” and “Recycled Sky” — Ferraro has dubbed the new release “a 57 minute-long opus into ecocide and planetary divorce.”

Requiem for Recycled Earth arrives a full year after the Overture EP, the prelude to the musician’s Four Pieces for Mirai sequence. The just-announced album will be the first of four main parts of this “large epic work about civilizational decline,” which will focus on the hypothetical idea of a computer virus designed to liberate humanity from the internet’s hold.

Requiem for Recycled Earth can be pre-ordered here.


Requiem for Recycled Earth tracklisting:

01. Embryo
02. No Future
03. Airless Matrix
04. Xerces Blau
05. Deleted Biosphere
06. Omega-Generation
07. Cyber Seed
08. Chemical Death
09. Weapon
10. Recycled Sky
11. Malign Blossom
12. Gaia Wept Effluent
13. Spawn of Hate

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