Electro-industrial act Numb announce first album in 20 years with 'Mortal Geometry'

Electro-industrial act Numb announce first album in 20 years with 'Mortal Geometry'

Founded in 1986 by Don Gordon, Canadian electro-industrial act Numb unveiled some jaw dropping material, including 1994’s Wasted Sky. Following the release of their 1998 single “Suspended,” Numb broke up. 20 years later, however, Gordon is set to unveil another masterpiece with Mortal Geometry.

The 10 track album will be released on August 23 via Metropolis Records. Pre-orders can be made over on their Bandcamp page right now.

Following Numb’s breakup, Gordon unveiled Halo Gen, which released one self-titled album in 2000 via Pendragon Records.

Mortal Geometry tracklisting

1. Redact

2. Hush

3. Complicit Silence

4. The Waiting Room

5. How It Ends

6. Summer Lawns

7. When Gravity Fails

8. Shadow Play

9. Mortal Geometry

10. Hush (Creation to Negation)

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