The Release of Do Not Submit to the Control Claw by @SheerZed 27/04/2018 #NewMusic

Do Not Submit to the Control Claw art work

Do Not Submit to the Control Claw is an album of seven sensuous and absorbing electronic sound meditations. The listener is submerged into rich nourishing textures moving the spirit through dense atmospheres, immersive ambience, trance states and exciting invigorating rhythms. Drawing from rituals, dreams and meditations Do Not Submit to the Control Claw is a varied collection of multi-faceted audio sculptures that delve deep into twilight worlds, avant mutant dubscapes and incandescent vistas of subconscious shamanic otherness. The ‘Control Claw’ image was hand drawn and channelled by Sheer Zed. The album track Deus Ex Machina (For DIL23) is dedicated with love and respect to his friend and fellow artist David (DIL23) who passed away in December 2017. The album was mastered by Gregg Janman at Hermetech Mastering. The album will be available to purchase and stream on numerous global digital platforms on 27th April 2018. Pre-ordering starts 20th April 2018. The track Magick Square Defense from the album is streamable in full via SoundCloud.

Release Date: 27th April 2018

Genre: Experimental Electronic Ambient Techno Drone

Production and Artwork: Sheer Zed

Mastering: Gregg Janman at Hermetech Mastering


1. Do Not Submit to the Control Claw – 9:59mins
2. Spirit Sensei’s Guiding Light – 5:57mins
3. Magick Square Defense – 8:17mins
4. The Hypnogogic Encryption of Star Systems – 11:37mins
5. Deus Ex Machina (For DIL23) – 5:33mins
6. Slowly Drifting Into Geometric Space – 14:13mins
7. Destruction of the Control Claw – 7:50mins

Published by: Sheer Zed

Sheer Zed is a writer, Buddhist Shaman, musician, and artist. He has published with and contributed to Indie Shaman, TQ zine, Zazen Sounds, Hadean Press, Rituals & Declarations, Hyperstitions Anthology and on the Folklore Thursday and Superstitious Saturday websites. He has released many albums of music, been featured on several compilations, appeared in many playlists, broadcasts and festivals. He contributed to the exhibition Do You Believe in Magic? at Bristol Museum.

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