Seattle, Washington lo-fi goth performers Grave Infants started building music in ’09 2009 when Danny Wahlfeldt, the de facto innovator of the group, started saving tracks in his cellar with keyboardist Tyler Robinson. Drummer Keith Whiteman and bassist Mitch Saulsberry became a member of up for concert events, and after liberating their debut, Deathface, on Denmark label Skrot Up, the group authorized to Hardly Artwork for a few singles (Pleasures and Gothdammit) and released Crusher in 2013, which Wahlfeldt referred to fairly accurately as sounding just like the Treatment being performed through a distortion pedal. For the group’s following record, Wahlfeldt ventured out of his cellar and documented with drummer Tag Gajadhar at his studio room in Orcas Isle, Washington. Bryce Dark brown contributed bass, as well as the recording was blended by Matt Bayles and learned by Chris Common. The causing album, Holographic Assault, was Grave Infants’ most refined and accessible function yet, and Barely Artwork released it in July of 2015.