Hear one-man industrial act TRACE AMOUNT's new rager "Living Accessory" | Revolver

Hear one-man industrial act TRACE AMOUNT's new rager "Living Accessory"

Greg Puciato-approved outfit preps 'Simulation Fetish' EP

Trace Amount is the one-man industrial project of Brooklyn's Brandon Gallagher, a prolific musician and visual artist who cut his teeth in hardcore bands like Old Wounds and Coarse. In 2022, the glitchy, abrasive outfit released its debut album, Anti Body Language, via Federal Prisoner, the label founded by former Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato and visual artist Jesse Draxler.

Today, Trace Amount has offered up its first new music since, the confrontational single "Living Accessory." The song is also the first taste of the project's upcoming three-track EP, Simulation Fetish, which was mixed by industrial icon Rhys Fulber, of Front Line Assembly.

"Living Accessory" is about "the trials and tribulations of being a freelance creative, working without a financial safety net, and battling soul-draining corporate companies," as a press release puts it.

Simulation Fetish is due out this spring. In the meantime, Trace Amount will be touring the world: Australia with Puciato, Japan with King Yosef, and then the U.K., again with Puciato.

See the full itinerary here.