The Body release «I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer»

It’s here and holy shit, it’s gloriously heavy.

The sixth full-length from The Body, «I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer», titled after an excerpt from Virginia Woolf‘s suicide letter is now officially out via Thrill Jockey.

As per the press release, in «I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer», The Body eschewed their traditional compositional method of building tracks from guitars and drums and instead based them on samples. This more electronic approach has been paired with many a guest performance by Michael Berdan, Ben Eberlre, Kristin Hayter, and Chrissy Wolpert (a more detailed run-down of this participations can be read here). «I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer» is available in cd, digital, and vinyl formats here and here.


Quick Updates

Wanna hear the best stoner doom record 2018 has so far produced? That’s pretty much what Bong has just done with the release of «Thought and Existence», which you can hear below.

«Thought and Existence» can be purchased digitally here and in vinyl format at the Ritual Productions store here.

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Noise rock legends Unsane have recently announced that they shall tour Europe during the month of August – dates and locations can be seen above. As per the announcement by Odyssey Booking, the tour will be focused on «Sterilize», their return full-length after a five year period following «Wreck».

Released last September by Southern Lord, «Sterilize» can still be acquired in cd format here and (also digitally) here.

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