Philadelphia’s God Root have premiered their forthcoming full-length album, Salt and Rot, via No Clean Singing. The record will officially be released tomorrow, July 11, via Horror Pain Gore Death Productions and can be purchased here. The album features four sprawling tracks and over 30 minutes of gloomy, psychedelic and cerebral doom. Drummer Fred Grabosky offered No Clean Singing the following statement regarding the record:
“The album took kind of a lot out of us and it feels pretty exhilarating to finally have folks listening to it. We were all in some pretty dark places during the writing of this record and I think there’s definitely some pain embedded in among the noise and riffs. Not just ours; we asked our friends and family to share some personal stories and anxieties and we recorded them and processed them into the record as kind of an exercise in magickal catharsis. It was pretty incredible and humbling to have people be that open and vulnerable with us. We tried to take all that anger and fear and weakness and forge it like a weapon. We want to empower people listening to the music the same way we feel empowered playing the music.”
Check out the album below.
[via No Clean Singing]