Radical Cemetery "Black Hawks Down"
Radical Cemetery, at least live, have a bit of a groove to them. Mind you it is a dark, “lets wear leather and sunglasses on a blistering sunny day while stoned out of our gourds in a hell and brimstone forest” groove, but a groove none the less. You wouldn’t know it from “Black Hawks Down,” the first song released from their new Moon Glyph tape N.N.E. The track is a thick as mud, dark as night, twisted as a serial killer romp through wacked out, end of the world synth noise. The rest of the tape livens up slightly, but not much, and offers a dark and dystopic journey into the dark corners of synth exploration, but it is a journey well worth taking. Grab the tape over at the Moon Glyph website.
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