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The Spell Of The Spider
Suicide Commando
Forest Of The Impaled
Suicide Commando
Forest Of The Impaled
Die Form
Baroque Equinox
The Devil & The Universe
Walpern Redux (Vinyl)
Patenbrigade Wolff
Der Brigadier trinkt immer noch Bier!
Lionhearts (Seabound)
Funker Vogt
Code Of Conduct
Savage Sinusoid

      "Everyday Explanations"

      "Everyday Explanations", Detritus's fifth album, is also something of a first. Thinking a time of focusing exclusively on his atmospheric project A Wake A Week, David Dando-Moore had announced a retirement of sort for Detritus shortly after "Things Gone Wrong". A couple of years were needed for inspiration and motivation to come again, Detritus was then brought back to life in the studio, and this album was born.

      In a way somewhat reminiscent of Detritus's arguably best known work so far, "Fractured", this new album is an obvious stylistic leap. But if If 2007's Detritus had taken an aggressive, gritty stance, 2011 is the time for introspection. Detritus is back: something new had to be said and written, and though we might all recognize the sound which has made of this project one of the most important of the current industrial electronica scene, "Everyday Explanations" differentiates itself strongly compared to its predecessors.