-Altered Form || Sacramence Split Cassette Boxset was released through Funeral Party Records, 1.20.2017 - SOLD OUT
-Standard Edition Second Press was released through Knife Vision Records, 2.3.2017 - SOLD OUT
"...(T)wo different approaches to electronic music that should both satisfy the hordes of newfound synth enthusiasts and still appeal to longtime connoisseurs of horror and sci-fi scores...
...Having now discarded their raw punk and and black metal roots for a sound clearly inspired by Throbbing Gristle, Death In June, and Coil - Sacramence have become a project altogether undefined by genre. Their tracks on this split vary from ambient, to danceable, and then haunting and cold."
- Anthems of the Undesirable
"Altered Form is new to me (I’m in this for Sacramence), but the sounds here are decidedly (tastefully) dated, recalling the meditative synthesizer works of Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, or the more minimal, electric works of Popol Vuh. I don’t find myself listening to much “electric kraut” stuff nowadays, but Altered Form is just catchy enough to warrant further listens. Sacramence really wowed me with the complete stylistic about face of last year’s Lovers Seek Dominance, and S. Jordan continues down the Coil shaped hole he seems to have dug himself. Less oriented on the “harsh industrial” end of the spectrum this time around, Sacramence’s half of this split is thoughtful and atmospheric, but much more pop/goth oriented, at times recalling the “witch house” phenomenon of the late ’00s. Overall? This is a really pleasant, gorgeous split."
- Invisible Oranges