Surgeon unveils first album in five years via Tresor Records

Surgeon returns with Crash Recoil this March, marking his first full length project in five years.

This new album encounters Anthony Child drawing on spontaneous techniques to arrive at unchartered topographies originating from his recent live sets, where he experimented with constraints in performing and embracing the twists, turns and paradoxes that arrive in the project.

Speaking on the project, Surgeon explains: “This is not a live album, since it has not been recorded in one go during a live performance. In the same way that bands tour songs before going into the studio to record an album, I was able to explore these songs and hone their effectiveness during my live performances before creating a studio version.”

The tracks carry unique and potent locomotion, with a low-slung grind through toughened terrains, breathing with a free spirit, untethered by a studio-based perspective. We hear manifestations of the same raw material across the album, like a textural motif, carving new variants and creating a cohesive work full of recollection.

Check out the trailer below:

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