Dark, rhythmic electro-gloom from Russia. Fear Konstruktor is the solo project of the prolific Nikita Evsuk of Moscow. Evsuk has spanned a chasm of extreme sonic approaches over the last few years, ranging from his early harsher work to the more recent atmospheric vibrations. Here Fear Konstruktor delivers a rumbling, suspense laden journey, using bursts of rhythmic percussion to slice a path through a thick fog of bleak nightmare tones. “Creation Of The Solar Disc” is a collection of work focused on the spiritual mysteries of ancient civilizations. He’s already got a large stack of releases under his belt on labels like Phage, Nil by Mouth, Dokuro, Cerebro Morto, R.O.N.F and Quagga Curious Sound, and Evsuk manages to keep any mold from forming by continually changing shape and adapting to the awful horrors of our modern day reality. Of particular interest should be the recent “Glitche Manito” 12” LP (SEALT) and the lovely “Nonexistence” 7” (Peripheral) as well as a pile of impressive collaborations w/ artists like Barrikad and the mighty Astro. The discography grows ever larger. Lighten Up Sounds has subjected this excellent new work to our heavy-handed pure analog approach, and we are proud to offer this new full length Fear Konstruktor album as an extremely limited edition 8-track cartridge. These have been real time duplicated to meticulously selected recycled 8-track tapes. Each cartridge has been painstakingly quality tested, bulk erased and real time duplicated using a high end recorder, resulting in these beautiful all analog contemporary noise artifacts. First three cartridges are Blue, Yellow, and Black, remaining ten cartridges are White. Select copies also contain a bonus track entitled “Serpentarium”. All orders come with a free digital download code for all you non-luddites. Full color artwork features an Egyptian scarab amulet. According to ancient Egyptian myths, the sun (Ra) rolls across the sky each day and transforms bodies and souls. Modeled upon the Scarabaeidae family dung beetle, which rolls dung into a ball for the purposes of eating and laying eggs that are later transformed into larva, the scarab was seen as an earthly symbol of this heavenly cycle.