-(16)- Streaming “Landloper” Track From Upcoming Lifespan Of A Moth Album
June 29, 2016, 4 years ago
Southern California's veteran sludge-rock trailblazers -(16)- return with their seventh full-length album, Lifespan Of A Moth, the band's heaviest, darkest, and most complex material to date.
Self-produced by the band and recorded with Jeff Forrest (Cattle Decapitation, The Locust) at Doubletime Recording Studio in San Diego, CA, Lifespan Of A Moth sees the band sounding uglier, rawer and more visceral than ever. Down-tuned feedback-driven riffs and bludgeoning rhythms violently clash with vocalist Chris Jerue's distorted, tortured howls across eight tracks of -(16)-'s signature blend of hardcore punk, thrash and sludge. Lifespan Of A Moth is the sound of a band that has spent 25 years wallowing in addiction and anguish, and will leave you feeling crushed and confronted by the negativity of existence.
Listen to the album’s lead track, “Landloper”, streaming below.
Lifespan Of A Moth is set for release this July 15th via Relapse on CD/LP/Digital. Physical pre-orders via Relapse.com can be found at this location; digital pre-orders are available through the band's Bandcamp page, here.
Lifespan Of A Moth tracklisting:
“Peaches, Cream And The Placenta”
“The Absolute Center Of A Pitch Black Heart”
“Secrets Of The Curmudgeon”
“Pastor In A Coma”
“The Absolute Center Of A Pitch Black Heart”:
(Photo - Shauna Montrucchio)