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Hush. Announces New Album "Unexist"

Albany, New York's Hush. has announced the June 24th release of a first full-length album, entitled "Unexist."

"Unexis"t was engineered by Ryan Slowey, mixed by Kowloon Walled City frontman Scott Evans (Old Man Gloom, Ladder Devils), and mastered by From Ashes Rise frontman Brad Boatright (Nails, Tragedy).

Today you can also stream Hush.'s "Eater Of All Things" off the "Unexist" album below, courtesy of American Aftermath.

Frontman Charles Cure refers to the band more as a collective force than a group of individuals, stating "The live performance is a delivery of massive, shuddering heaviness, provided by a literal wall of amplifiers. We regard the actual members of the band as a secondary aspect to the primacy of the sound and ideas being conveyed."

The lyrics on "Unexist" explore the concept of death as it has been represented in society via works of art and media coverage. Each song is based on one specific representation of death, with source materials ranging from an Emily Dickinson poem, to a Wladyslaw Podkowinski painting, to a newspaper article about an actual classmate of Cure's who committed suicide by jumping from a plane without a parachute. The track listing is as follows:

1. Solus
2. Eater of All Things
3. We Left Like Birds
4. Infinite Recursion
5. Waves of Exultation
6. Rest/Nonexistence
7. Splendor

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