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    Have A Nice Life "Deathconsciousness" DLP & Zine (Pre-order)

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    Kindly note that orders containing pre-order items will ship once everything is available. Shipping August 15th 2021

    This is a new pressing of Have a Nice Life's "Deathconsciousness." Available on Cloudy with Olive Green Vinyl (limited to 300), Milky Clear with Olive Green Color-in-Color Vinyl (limited to 400), Ultra Clear with Lots of Olive Green & Black Splatter Vinyl (limited to 300), and Olive Green and White Moonphase with Black Splatter Vinyl (limited to 300). Please note that black vinyl always sounds best. Clear vinyl can have sound issues but looks cool.

    In 2008, Have A Nice Life released their now cult classic Deathconsciousness LP to a whimper and critical non-interest. Six years after its release the band followed up with 2014′s stunner The Unnatural World, and by then Deathconsciousness had become a force of influence and fanatic obsession. Seamlessly blending shoegaze, post punk, new wave, industrial and noise with unparalleled depth and weight, the album was originally released by Enemies List Home Recordings founded by HANL members Dan and Tim. Now, longtime HANL collaborator The Flenser will re-issue Deathconsciousness with deluxe packaging, including the lengthy accompanying zine and colored vinyl. Have A Nice Life commented, “Working with Flenser lets us keep things comfortable on our end, while also pressing enough copies to actually meet the need and not creating an artificially-inflated collector’s market, as happened with some of our past releases.”

    The Flenser’s reissue of Deathconsciousness will be accompanied by a 75-page booklet detailing the dark and forgotten history of the Antiochean cult. Blurring the lines between novella, liner notes, and academic text, the zine itself presents an engrossing narrative. The album is rhythmic, primal and expansive and is a gloomy-post-punk masterpiece; a mediation on death, loss and unrequited love. Deathconsciousness feels more fresh and engaging with every listen and has held up as a remarkable piece of art. Fans of Have A Nice Life exhibit both cultic thought and action for good reason. It is perhaps a fanbase as dark and mysterious as the Antiochean’s, the album itself revolves around. Now The Flenser is honored to rerelease Deathconsciousness a gorgeous and disarming contribution to the modern lexicon for a larger audience.

    All variations of the album come with the 70+ page zine made from the same files as earlier editions.