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Finnish dark post-punk troupe Beastmilk is streaming the entire new LP, "Climax," which can be heard in the player below courtesy of Revolvermag.com.
"Climax" is set for North American release on LP, CD, and digital formats this Black Friday, November 29th through Magic Bullet Records. The previously posted music video for "Death Reflects Us" can also be found at this location. More...
Following the previous leaking of Beastmilk's new anthems "Fear Your Mind" and "Love in a Cold World," the propaganda campaign for the Finnish outfit continues with a new video for "Death Reflects Us."
You can watch the music video below, courtesy of Noisey.Vice.com. "Death Reflects Us" is the opening track to the "Climax" LP and was directed by Ville Hakonen and produced by Wacky Tie Films.
"Climax" will see release on November 29th, 2013 and was recorded, mixed, and produced in July of 2013 at GodCity Studios by Kurt Ballou. More...
As Finland's Beastmilk awaits the public disbursement of the "Climax" LP, another brand new single from the record has been leaked via Stereogum. Check out "Fear Your Mind" in the player available below.
"The song 'Fear Your Mind' is about assassination fixation, our mass hybristophilia and the abstraction of the term 'evil,'" states Beastmilk vocalist and primary lyricist Kvohst on the powerful anthem. "The title alludes to something we all need to face, our natural instincts, deepest fears and desires. The whole album is about how we face death and the end. Through murder we know ourselves and we learn to face ourselves. I am making a point about our social inability to accept that part of ourselves that is present in the Manson cult and killers like Pekka-Erik Auvinen."
Kvohst goes on to say, "My mixing of dates and years there is meant to make the point that time is irrelevant; the victims and their families never forget, no matter how hard society tries to abstract the most heinous of crimes. They will always be recent on a personal level. Death is how we relate to history and how we place ourselves into that history. It's how we learn to be human. These murders repeat themselves and will continue to repeat themselves for all time. We cannot escape who we are. We simply have to live with it and learn to live in fear of our own minds." More...
Finnish dark post-punk troupe Beastmilk today premieres a lyric video for "Love in a Cold World," which can be viewed below, courtesy of CVLTNation.com.
The track hails from the band's forthcoming debut album, "Climax," set for international release on November 29th through Svart Records. The track listing is as follows:
1. Death Reflects Us
2. The Wind Blows Through Their Skulls
3. Genocidal Crush
4. You Are Now Under Our Control
5. Ghosts Out Of Focus
6. Nuclear Winter
7. Fear Your MInd
8. Love In A Cold World
9. Surf The Apocalypse
10. Strange Attractors More...
Finland's Beastmilk today premieres the new track "Love in a Cold World" online. Check it out at Ptichfork.com here.
The track hails from the band's forthcoming debut album, "Climax," set for international release on November 29th through Svart Records. According to a press release, the album "poignantly combines haunting clean vocals, darkly shimmering melodies, and a throbbing rhythmic pulse to create an atmospheric yet energetic journey into post-punk's past, present, and definitely its future."
The album will be available on CD, LP, and digital formats via Svart. The label also comments:
"Elements of a gloomier Joy Division, an angrier Echo & The Bunnymen, a medicated Killing Joke, and even a lush layering of Peter Murphy - all this, and vastly more, describes the immediately memorable 3D darkness of Beastmilk. Born in 2010 during a nuclear winter in Helsinki, Finland, the void-mothers of Beastmilk kick out an irradiated dust of what they appropriately dub 'apocalyptic post-punk.' More...