Originally self-released in March 2008, “Vestigial” was the first physical release from nolongerhuman and was a Limited Edition album with only 15 in existence.
This release was a bonus for anyone who ordered the first run nolongerhuman shirts. It’s very old, very rough, and mostly without vocals. There are a couple tracks that never saw the light of day, for various reasons.
I’ve had a several people ask for a copy over the years, so I thought I would make it available for anyone who wants to brave the rather rudimentary beginnings of nolongerhuman.
Now, 13 years later, we’re re-releasing the album on Bandcamp as a pay-what-you-want EP. There is no minimum purchase price to download; if you do want to pay for the EP, you can name your price.
Digital Download includes full-sized album artwork, and the following tracks: 1. One For You, One For Me 2. Moral Atrophy (No Vox Version) 3. Transcend Humanity 4. Jesus Antichristus (nolongerhuman Remix) 5. The End Times (Extended Version)
As a project which started literally out of a bedroom, nolongerhuman moved from an idea to a reality based almost entirely on being played in small venues. First by local DJ’s, then live from the stages, and in some cases, the floors of small clubs all over the country.
Not only nolongerhuman, but the majority of music projects you listen to have been able to bring their music and unique visions to people purely because these smaller, lesser known venues exist.
Independent venues are where art thrives in its purest, rawest form.
We need them to exist; you need them to exist.
Independent venues were the first to close and they will be the last to open. They may never be able to open again if they are unable to get relief funding.
NIVA – National Independent Venue Association, representing over 1,300 independent venues and promoters, is organizing to secure financial relief from the federal government so these venues can survive the economic hit from the pandemic and re-open when it’s safe.
Please go to SaveOurStages.com and, with one click, tell Congress you support independent venues.