A new video from Detroit noise punks Wolf Eyes has been made available via NPR.
The video is for the song “Born Liar”, and it can be seen here.
According to a press release, “In April, Wolf Eyes released their latest offering of nuclear waste, No Answer: Lower Floors. The album showcased the Michigan's collective most concise & precise work to date, whereas previous efforts had bludgeoned the listener. No Answer: Lower Floors seeps into your pores, leaving no answer. NPR shared a video cut from the album, "Born Liar". It has Wolf Eyes skating like Bob Burnquist & Tony Hawk. Today, Wolf Eyes, have a released a brand new track for The Fader, entitled "Lower Drolls. John Olson describes the track:
“If you dont have access to the “My Twin The Worm” segment of the masterpiece modern(isn) anthology of haunted hollywood sexual absurdness “Trapped Ashes” : then put on the headphones: go around one to the one of the 250 graves Dissection “insulted” at dusk: lay back on the damp grass: make sure no one is around: coat your skin in spoiled and unbatised dollar store sun tan lotion- and let the 17 minutes of all the unholy drum “black holes” in the Wolf Eyes “Lower Floors” give your dark shaking brain nug jelly a firm “No Answer” to your assaulted nervous system. After you open your eyes it will be ALMOST night/dark out: and then you can meet with your woods/urban hermit friends at your secret terror basement in the outskirts of your lonely town and FINISH that nuclear warhead you are ALMOST done building with runs SOLEY on expired antisocial witchcraft. LOOK ALIVE DROLL SOUND VICTIMS!!!”Follow @City_Slang
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