Northless - World Keeps Sinking 2LP

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IN STOCK. SHIPPING NOW.   Gilead Media & Halo of Flies are proud to jointly present the new Northless album, World Keeps Sinking. Available for pre-order now. Northless is a response to the erosion of the future. Drawing inspiration from numerous entities throughout the realm of dark & heavy sound, the members of this group have combined their own influences and personally diverse musical backgrounds into a concoction of progressive, dooming sludge metal. Great, shuddering washes of sound and texture. Pummeling rhythms. Sonic intensity. In 2013, Northless will release what promises to be their most dense, heart wrenching album yet. World Keeps Sinking showcases the crippling heaviness that has become Northless' trademark, but also expands on that aesthetic in a considerable manner. Each song boasts a new sense of melody and compositional precision that surpasses all prior Northless material, but without ever sacrificing the untamed aggression that gives them their signature sound. World Keeps Sinking comes from another place entirely. It comes from the Abyss, and it has come to show you the depths of humanity... to drag you down. Listen to a brand new song, "Kuru," in the bandcamp player above. The record release show for World Keeps Sinking will take place on August 23rd, 2013, at Quarter's in Milwaukee, WI w/Mouth of the Architect. Info here.   PRESS COVERAGE About.com Heavy Metal (Review) AV Club (Full album stream/review) Black Insect Slaughter (Review) Black Metal & Brews (Review) Brooklyn Vegan (Stream) Cvlt Nation (Review) Dead Rhetoric (Review) Express Milwaukee (Review) Gear Gods (Top 15 albums of 2013) Ghost Cult Mag (Review) Gumshoe Grove (Mini Review) Invisible Oranges (Stream) JS Online (Local Beat Feature) Manic Compression (Review) Meat Mead Metal (Review) Metal Italia (Review) Milwaukee Mag (Track review) The New Noise (Review) The New Noise (Interview) No Clean Singing (Track premiere review) Pitchfork (Track premiere/mini review) PopMatters (Review) The Ritual Mag (Review) Scene Point Blank (Review) Scratch the Surface (Review) Shepherd Express (Feature) Sludgelord (Review) Teeth of the Divine (Review) Vakarme (Review)