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Following their striking debut on DKA Records in 2014, High-Functioning Flesh delivered an exceptional step forward in their sound on their sophomore effort for Dais Records, the "Definite Structures" LP in 2015. Since then, High-Functioning Flesh find themselves at their sharpest and most poised position to date within the album "Culture Cut".Produced by the band in their personal studio during the Fall of 2016, Vand and Subtract felt the need to start the recording process on fresh footing, and composed "Culture Cut" using a variety of newly acquired vintage Roland and Oberheim equipment, creating entirely new percussion and synth samples to break out of familiar writing habits. The result was an album written in the face of a world unraveling - with several tracks addressing the dynamics of life in our current political climate. Songs such as "Drawn Out" discuss the observation of projected failure in our daily lives while "Provoke the Wound" projects a vision of dystopian collapse. "Hands at Play" reveal the band's more melodic sound, previously debuted on "Heightened State", the b-side to their "Human Remains" single. Regardless of this pliant approach, lyrically the band holds firm to it's abstract doubt and disinclined sense of compromise.