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Mugstar - GRAFT (BLACK Vinyl with full colour insert) CARDINAL FUZZ

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Release Date - October 30th
Editions
Deep Cherry Red Vinyl - Ltd to 250 Copies World Wide - 150 copies for sale here. SOLD OUT
Cardinal Fuzz (Europe / Rest of World)
Centripetal Force Records (USA / Rest Of World) - centripetalforcerecords.bandcamp.com

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Cardinal Fuzz (Europe) & Centripetal Force (North America) are excited to
announce the upcoming release of Mugstar’s GRAFT.
The album is being presented in a 600 copy vinyl pressing, 250 of which will be on
deep red vinyl and made available for preorder on September 25th. GRAFT’s
release date is October 30th.
UK space rockers Mugstar have been hurtling through the sonic multiverse since
2003 and have left an extensive discography in their wake. Early on, the band
caught the attention of the late John Peel, taking part in one of the last editions of
his famed Peel Sessions. From there, the band has compiled an impressive run of
releases and solidified their reputation for powerfully hypnotic live performances.
After experimenting with longer form compositions on 2016’s Magnetic Seasons
(Rock Action Records), GRAFT’s six song journey sees Mugstar return to a more
focused work ethic, a move resulting in a sound that is fraught with tension and
caters to one of their biggest strengths, the ability to consistently create, sustain,
and, ultimately, diffuse drama. This is an effect well-executed on tracks like “Zeta
Potential” and “Star Cage.” And even on an album where a tighter approach was a
priority, Mugstar still finds plenty of room to improvise and allow for creative
exploration, as illustrated on “Ghost of a Ghost” and “Low, Slow Horizon.” Looking
back at Mugstar’s catalog, it is remarkable to see the path they have travelled and
how GRAFT continues their bold advance into the future. We think you'll agree.