He's been lurking in the shadows for a long time now, terrorizing your subconscious mind with beats iller than an AIDS patient. He doesn't so much make music as he does break it, reducing (not producing) sound to its raw essence. He is Spectre, The Ill Saint, Overlord of the Underground, and after perfecting his diabolical formula in the lab, he is ready to unleash The Illness (WSCD/LP006) upon mankind.
"Swimming through your veins and infecting your brain," the Illness is not to be taken lightly. Be warned: these dense, murky grooves are highly contagious, and have been known to induce feelings and moods never before experienced through sound. Like a Stephen King on wax, Spectre spins the soundtrack to your darkest nightmares on cuts like "The Sound," "Evil Dub," and "The Other Side."
You've already experienced joints like "Mayday/ Nightstalker" and "Backstab" (from Bill Laswell's VALIS 1 compilation on Subharmonic) and "cRoOkEd" (from Crooklyn Dub Consortium: Certified Dope, Vol. 1/WSCD003). Now it's time to check the mayhem of "Megablast," featuring the turntable terrorism of Rob Swift and the vicious beats of "Danse of the Dead" and "Spectre Meets Psycho Priest in The Temple of Smoke."
Whatever the occasion, Spectre serves up savage beats for the sophisticated listener, leaving a path of destruction in his wake. Open your soul to the Illness...because only in the darkness will you see the light.