Vinyl LP pressing. 2018 release from Wylie Cable, the founder of Los Angeles based Dome of Doom Records. Wylie Cable has released five full length albums on Dome of Doom since the labels inception, and continues to produce new records and tour with artists from the Dome of Doom roster. Somber yet thundering, Buried At Sea is both a valediction for his late father and a document of Cable's attempt to work through his grief. Some tracks feature meditative and haunting chords ("Making Tea for Ghosts"), while others aim to fry your brain with frenetic melodies and percussion ("Karate Chop"). Buried at Sea is Cable's most personal work yet and his best, the kind of electronic album that seeks the humanity in the digital and finds peace in sub-harmonic frequencies. "For me the new album represents mortality, the afterlife, the soul, and the body. For me personally it also speaks to family, history, community, artist communities especially, and the fact that we can do more together than alone. Buried At Sea is the cyclical nature of time, the process of grieving, and ultimately, the road back to happiness and peace." - Wylie Cable.