Aug 092017

 

BLK OPS couldn’t have known that their new song “Truth Fuckery” would be premiering on the day after the U.S. president bombastically threatened to broil North Korea with “fire and fury”. Sometimes you’re just in the right place at the right time.

“Truth Fuckery” is one of four BLK OPS tracks on their side of a new split with San Diego’s Cave Bastard that will be released on August 25 by Accident Prone Records (from Portland, Oregon). It’s the second of the tracks by this Austin band (whose lineup includes members of Kill the Client, Clrvoyant, and Pornohelmüt) to be revealed from the split, the first of which (“Hallucinogenic Bomb Vest”) we described as “explosively battering”, yet with “memorable strands of desolate melody” that “have an un-real quality, like the soundtrack to a waking nightmare”.

Jul 142017

 

Well, that didn’t last long. Two days ago, when I posted the last SEEN AND HEARD round-up, I announced a plan to post other shorter-than-usual compilations of new music both yesterday and today. Having failed to post one yesterday, that means I’m now back to serving up a more typical groaning smorgasbord of new stuff, enough to challenge the most gluttonous of listeners. Et voila, music from nine bands!

POISON BLOOD

Poison Blood is a collaborative effort by Jenks Miller (Horseback) and vocalist Neill Jameson (Krieg), the latter of whom is a valued contributor to NCS. We’re told that these two came together as fans of each other’s work and a mutual appreciation for Beherit’s classic Drawing Down the Moon LP and the experimental deathrock of cult UK act Rudimentary Peni“.

I confess that I haven’t yet listened to all of their self-titled debut EP — which will be released on August 11 by Relapse — but I’m really enjoying the two tracks that have surfaced so far in the run-up to the release date. The first of those is “The Scourge and the Gestalt” and the second is “Deformed Lights“.

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