WOLD – Working Together For Our Privacy
Comprised of three elongated instrumental tracks of harsh unforgiving blackened noise which could serve as the ultimate Wold endurance listening test, "Working Together For Our Privacy" is Wold at their most hypnotic and uncompromising.
Indeed WTFOP is a unique Wold listening experience not for the faint at heart or stomach, and definitely not for the weak of mind. And those who suffer from hallucinations or those prone to hearing voices, for better or worse, might find listening to WTFOP dangerous.
Wold mastermind/high priest Fortress Crookedjaw had this to say concerning WTFOP:
“‘Working Together For Our Privacy’ consists of three compositions; sound created within Wold’s thought lodge. The songs can induce harsh trance aural formations and hallucinations. We sent out transformations through the sound ideas which manifested the transgressive waves. Priestly insignificance and reversal religiosity is diabolically executed in your tight virgin ears. The spies in the wires sparkle through like hoarfrost on machine pumps which distribute unconscious aural chemical reaction. The death machine ejaculates toxins but also provides a psyche sanctuary of sorts, but ultimately the inevitable takes hold. Death is the factor.”
Along with the hypnotizing and mesmerizing artwork provided by artist Pippi Zornoza (www.dirtpalace.org/pippi) that graces the physical canvas of WTFOP, artwork that you will be beckoned to stare at while listening to WTFOP, it is advised to approach WTFOP with caution.
WTFOP has potential to cause mental dependency, severe psychological trips, latent dream states, and trance-like inducement.
Recorded in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada, tracklisting for WTFOP goes as follows:
1. The Secret
2. Death Spiral
3. Lovey Dovey