"The Real Deal." - Daniel Ash (Bauhaus, Tones on Tail, Love and Rockets)
"Reminds me of Patti Smith in her best days." - Vincent Véhixe (Punish Yourself)
"This belongs to that holy 0.01% that totally shines!" - Dani Macchi (Belladonna / The Noir Hour)
Tracked live on a sound stage, Life In Suspension is the culmination of a three year process. It is in the truest sense a record. A performance fixed to a medium that expresses who we were at that moment in time. Each note contains within it the myriad of experiences that upon looking back become the journey. We set out to make music and the fates saw fit to bring a truly disparate group of misfits into one space, into a garage made music studio, in an orange grove in the unincorporated part of the Ojai Valley known as Meiner’s Oaks, to make as much noise as possible as long as we stopped before 11pm.
Six final tracks were recorded and mixed in five days by Robin Holden at Swing House Hollywood. Described by Doctrine as the magician, Attasalina and Holden hit it off immediately and spent a good deal of time quoting the Young Ones and sharing their love of vintage Killing Joke videos. The EP hit the internet on Halloween 2011 followed by a limited edition release of compact discs and artwork funded by a Kickstarter in 2012. Exotic interpretations of The Velvet Underground and The Sisters of Mercy complete the collection of original songs which focus on the struggle to remain conscious in a violent and confusing reality.