TRACK PREMIERE: ALLOW ITALY'S THE END OF SIX THOUSAND YEARS TO BLUDGEON YOU INTO A BLOODY PULP
After keeping as low as low can be for a little over a decade, Italian blackened, sludgy, crusty, atmospheric mad men – and candidates for the most William Blake band name ever – The End of Six Thousand Years are finally back with an absolutely crushing new self-titled EP of emotionally unsettling, dissonant mayhem. Which makes it all into that much more of an honor to present this stream of the second single off of this blistering release, the EP's dramatic opening track, "Collider."
The End of Six Thousand Years will drop May 18 via Hypershape Records. Check out the new track, the first written by the band's new lineup, after the jump. Ye of sharp ear will also notice the absolutely fantastic mix job by MM fave Gabriele Gramaglia (Cosmic Putrefaction, Vertebra Atlantis, et al).
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