Lucid Interval

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Lucid Interval
Cephalic Carnage Lucid Interval.jpg
Studio album by Cephalic Carnage
Released August 20, 2002 (2002-08-20)
Genre Deathgrind
Length 57:39
Label Relapse
Producer Cephalic Carnage, Dave Otero
Cephalic Carnage chronology
Exploiting Dysfunction
(2000)
Lucid Interval
(2002)
Halls of Amenti
(2002)
Alternative cover
LP and 2011 reissue cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media 8.1/10 [2]
Stylus Magazine B+[3]

Lucid Interval is the third full-length album released by Cephalic Carnage. It was released in 2002 via Relapse Records. The album was reissued by Relapse Records with a bonus track on September 13, 2011.[4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Scolopendra Cingulata" 1:35
2. "Fortuitous Oddity" 0:44
3. "Anthro Emesis" 6:21
4. "The Isle of California" 1:21
5. "Pseudo" 5:56
6. "Friend of Mine" 0:08
7. "Rebellion" 3:56
8. "Zuno Gyakusatsu" 0:53
9. "Black Metal Sabbath" 6:15
10. "Cannabism" 0:45
11. "Lucid Interval" 4:11
12. "Misguided" 0:56
13. "Puff de la Morte" (bonus track on reissue) 2:36
14. "Redundant" 2:44
15. "Arsonist Savior" 21:16
16. Untitled 0:36

Personnel[edit]

Cephalic Carnage[edit]

  • Lenzig Leal – vocals
  • Zac Joe – guitar
  • John Merryman – drums
  • Steve Goldberg – guitar
  • Jawsh Mullen – bass

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Matt Blanks (Happy Pappy) – electronics, ambient noise
  • Angela Vigil (Autopsy Commission) – vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • Donovan Breazaeale (Autopsy Commission) – vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • Diego Sanchez (Disgorge) – vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • A.J. Magana (Disgorge) – vocals ("Anthro-Emesis")
  • Keith Sanchez (Catheter) – vocals ("The Isle of California")
  • Keith Coombes (Deadspeak) – vocals ("Pseudo")
  • Dirk (Evulsion) – vocals ("Pseudo")
  • Terry Christbutcher (Excommunion) – vocals ("Zuno Gyakusatsu")
  • The Choir of the Damned (Dave Otero (Serberus), Dirk Trujillo (Evulsion), Ron (Mandrake), Keith Sanchez, Tina Sanchez, Than Wilson (Deadspeak), Keith Coombes (Deadspeak)) – backing vocals ("Black Metal Sabbath")
  • Ron (Mandrake) – vocals ("Cannabism")
  • Tony Perez – acoustic guitar ("Cannabism")
  • Joe Tapia (Laughing Dog, Noisear) – vocals ("Misguided")
  • Alex Marquez (Laughing Dog, Noisear) – vocals ("Misguided")
  • Dylan Yost – violin ("Arsonist Savior")
  • Jae Foetusgrubber – backing vocals ("Arsonist Savior")

Production[edit]

  • Dave Otero – recording, production, mixing, mastering (Hellion II Studios)
  • Cephalic Carnage – production
  • Steve Sundberg – additional mastering
  • Matthew F. Jacobson – executive production

References[edit]

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