Lorn releases his first album on Ninja Tunes, 'Ask The Dust', after switching from Brainfeeder. His new release brings a heavy industrial sound that is brooding, dark and edgy. This electronic soundscape is compelling, haunting and unique. The use of his own altered voice adds an eerie picture, combined with original dubstep sounding breaks, it's futuristic and challenging.
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