Fail is the work of Dan Fox, who is also the man behind Loss and Inner Demons Records. He has been cranking out amazing stuff, so let’s see what this installment has in store for us. My first thoughts were “Welcome, my son – welcome to the machine!” Rhythmic clicks and grinding tones rule in this. It is like hearing a workshop from the dawn of the industrial age suddenly transported to a futuristic dystopia imagined in a 1950’s science fiction films. Buzzing sawtooth waves and theremin-like bleeps become enveloped in static, feedback, ground noise, and siren blares. The engine is running, but one of the cylinders is not firing right and there is a loose bolt in there somewhere. Overall, this is a lot more structured and rhythmic than other Fail stuff that I have heard. This constantly changing sea of sound keeps it interesting, while still managing to maintain a sense of coherence. Well done. This track weighs in at around 16 minutes and limited to 42 copies.