Lucid Interval
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Lucid Interval
Lucid Interval
Cephalic Carnage Lucid Interval.jpg
Studio album by Cephalic Carnage
Released August 20, 2002 (2002-08-20)
Genre Deathgrind
Length 60:13
Label Relapse
Producer Cephalic Carnage, Dave Otero
Cephalic Carnage chronology
Alternative cover
LP and 2011 reissue cover
LP and 2011 reissue cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media8.1/10 [2]
Stylus MagazineB+[3]

Lucid Interval is the third full-length album released by Cephalic Carnage. It was released in 2002 via Relapse Records. The album was reissued by Relapse Records with a bonus track on September 13, 2011.[4]

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Scolopendra Cingulata"1:35
2."Fortuitous Oddity"0:44
3."Anthro Emesis"6:21
4."The Isle of California"1:21
5."Pseudo"5:56
6."Friend of Mine"0:08
7."Rebellion"3:56
8."Zuno Gyakusatsu"0:53
9."Black Metal Sabbath"6:15
10."Cannabism"0:45
11."Lucid Interval"4:11
12."Misguided"0:56
13."Puff de la Morte"2:36
14."Redundant"2:44
15."Arsonist Savior" (song ends at 5:20; hidden track begins at 12:28)21:16
16.Untitled0:36

Personnel

Cephalic Carnage

Additional musicians

  • Matt Blanks (Happy Pappy) - electronics, ambient noise
  • Angela Vigil (Autopsy Commission) - vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • Donovan Breazaeale (Autopsy Commission) - vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • Diego Sanchez (Disgorge) - vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • A.J. Magana (Disgorge) - vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • Keith Sanchez (Catheter) - vocals ("The Isle of California")
  • Keith Coombes (Deadspeak) - vocals ("Pseudo")
  • Dirk (Evulsion) - vocals ("Pseudo")
  • Terry Christbutcher (Excommunion) - vocals ("Zuno Gyakusatsu")
  • The Choir of the Damned (Dave Otero (Serberus), Dirk Trujillo (Evulsion), Ron (Mandrake), Keith Sanchez, Tina Sanchez, Than Wilson (Deadspeak), Keith Coombes (Deadspeak)) - backing vocals ("Black Metal Sabbath")
  • Ron (Mandrake) - vocals ("Cannabism")
  • Tony Perez - acoustic guitar ("Cannabism")
  • Joe Tapia (Laughing Dog, Noisear) - vocals ("Misguided")
  • Alex Marquez (Laughing Dog, Noisear) - vocals ("Misguided")
  • Dylan Yost - violin ("Arsonist Savior")
  • Jae Foetusgrubber - backing vocals ("Arsonist Savior")

Production

  • Dave Otero - recording, production, mixing, mastering (Hellion II Studios)
  • Cephalic Carnage - production
  • Steve Sundberg - additional mastering
  • Matthew F. Jacobson - executive production

References

  1. ^ "Lucid Interval". allmusic.com. 
  2. ^ "Lucid Interval". pitchfork.com. 
  3. ^ "Lucid Interval". stylusmagazine.com. Archived from the original on 2010-02-01. 
  4. ^ http://www.relapse.com/lucid-interval-reissue.html

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