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Metallurgical Fire Woob never misses, no matter what sound the artist is putting forth or experimenting with. In fact, the music keeps getting better. Mark of the Cortex is a track that manages to blow all my expectations out of the water, a song of astounding presence and beauty that still sounds familiar. Favorite track: Mark of the Cortex.
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mobtek How am I only finding you guys now, amazing music. Have you guys all been keeping this a secret? Is there a conspiracy? Status: Neuwoobist Favorite track: Fear Effect.
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bomble I’ve been a Woobist since the late 90s when I discovered his sound on the gorgeously produced Em:t albums… but this latest sound is just breathtaking. Both familiar and strange; retrospect and ultramodern. And boy does it get my hips wigglin’ Favorite track: Red Pool Midnight Visitor.
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Xvious_exe takes place in the Adaption universe…

21st Dec.1983 almost a week since Jessica's disappearance at the ‘Midnight Arcade’ the local media have picked up on the story and another cassette has been found…

Inside the case a list of names, the first (woob) is crossed out the second is local band member Zooey. Z friend to the missing girl.

The remaining names are currently unknown….

Adaption‘ is a psychological thriller / horror musical adaptation of a story centered around a small coastal town’s abandoned video-arcade that mysteriously springs to life after midnight transforming all its unsuspecting visitors into the undead.


After being possessed by 8-bit ancient code at an abandoned video arcade Jessica splits from the group and goes back to her house to deal with the transmutation the best way she can...


....escaping the ‘Midnight Arcade’ the group make it back to their house. On checking Jessica’s room for any signs she may have returned after they were separated, a loud clicking noise coming from the corner grabs their attention.

A cassette machine in record has reached the end of side A and has failed to stop creating a rhythmical tick. By the unit an empty cassette box spine reads ‘Remember Me’ the track listing shows only a bloodstained kiss. To the left a record spins and crackles on its final groove, there is a strange symbol where the label should be, below it handwritten letters spell out: CORTEX.


released December 21, 2020

Produced by Woob
Recorded at Catastrophe
Mastered by Scott Craggs
Illustration - Kai Arc
Design by Woob

© Isometric 2020 [ISO008]


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