Sludge outfit -(16)- have premiered a new track from their upcoming full-length, Lifespan of a Moth, at CVLT Nation. Tilted “Landloper”, the new track churns out five-minutes of bludgeoning, groove-laden riffs that blend classic sludge stylings with the band’s affinity for the darker sides of things. Vocalist Chris Jerue issued the following comments regarding the tune:
“The song ‘Landloper’ is a tension-filled little ditty that deals with the inner craving to quit everything and live off the grid. Or take up residence on a blanket at the beach. Or subsist in the doorway of a bank. It doesn’t fucking matter. Just get yourself anywhere else as soon as possible and become a free, unfettered hominid before time runs out. It’s easily the most negative, positivistic song on the record.”
Check out the track now.
Lifespan of a Moth will be released on July 15 via Relapse Records. Pre-order here.