God Unknown records has announced the fourth and last «Singles Club» series, in which they collect and release ten 7” split records. The series’ artwork, seen below, was made by Sam Wiehl, the creative designer of Liverpool Psych Fest.
Three of those seven splits have been announced and one of their halves is available for streaming. In the first, Norwegian band Burning Axis meets Bodies On Everest, the Liverpool trio whose motto reads “only dungeon wave is real.” The former’s contribution to the split, «The Crawling King», can be heard below.
The second split features renowned Norwegian noise-rock band Årabrot with Dutch psychedelic rockers Radar Men From The Moon, with «Gospal Lines» by Årabrot currently available for stream.
Finally, there’s «Purple Aki» by noise punk act Bruxa Maria to be heard, their contribution to a split with Norwegian noise rock band MoE.
«The Singles Club: Vol. 4» will be released on February 19 by God Unknown and can be pre-ordered at this location.
Subsequent instalments on the series will include songs by a range of artists including Harvestmen and The Cosmic Dead (see the complete list at this location). Particularly noteworthy among the list is the presence of Kill Life w. Penny Rimbaud. The Kill Life collective had long been reported to feature members of Integrity, Eyehategod, Magrudergrind, Pulling Teeth, Fucked Up, and Crass. Their last two records, which you can hear below, made the presence of Dwid and Mike Williams on vocal duties explicit in the same way that the upcoming split release makes explicit the presence of the legendary Crass drummer and singer.
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