- James Huggett - guitar, bass, production, concept
- + varying collaborations on each album
After the acclaimed release of Lunik on cult german noise/industrial label Adnoiseam in 2001, reclusive composer James Huggett, gathered his forces and returning to the isolation of the studio again to begin a much more ambitious piece of work: a modern day doom laden progressive epic that would represent everything he had strived and sacrificed for. Ending a five-year hiatus of playing guitar, his new songs began to form around a core of thick, gritty bass guitar and martial programmed acoustic drums.
A conversation with fellow British improvisational musician and composer Martin Archer sparked sparked a highly productive collaboration that led to the landmark Combat Astronomy album "The Dematerialised Passenger", released in 2005. This album has received wide ranging critical acclaim from influential titles including avant-garde periodical The Wire for its single minded and multi-dimensional modern progressive fusion of metal, free-jazz and ambient noise into a compelling and unique whole.
|Discus||May 1, 2005|
|Dreams No Longer Hesitate||Full-length||
|Zond||October 1, 2008|
|Earth Divided By Zero||Full-length||
|Zond||May 31, 2010|
|Zond||April 1, 2011|
|self-released||July 2, 2011|
|unknown||March 1, 2013|
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