POISON BLOOD (Featuring Members of Krieg and Horseback) Announce Debut EP; Share New Song “Deformed Lights” Via Invisible Oranges
Newly formed black metal duo/recent Relapse signees POISON BLOOD will unleash their debut, self-titled EP next month. A collaboration between Horseback’s Jenks Miller and Krieg’s Neill Jameson was born out of Miller’s desire to write music that was an outlet for a more straightforward kind of aggression, POISON BLOOD‘s eponymous debut EP is a short but furious chronicle of cold, reptilian sonic terror.
In advance of its release, today Invisible Oranges is streaming “Deformed Lights” at THIS LOCATION where both Miller and Jameson talk in-depth about the track.
Issues Invisible Oranges, “POISON BLOOD’s ‘black metal’ isn’t totally black metal. Yes, it blasts and grates, and, yes, it boasts Krieg’s Neill Jameson’s throat-rending gargle, but there’s a lot more under the surface. Resting on a heavy foundation once led by Nick Blinko, POISON BLOOD’s mid-paced stomp finds a middle ground between Marko Laiho’s early, stumbling work as Beherit and the previously alluded Rudimentary Peni’s psychotic, minimal punk. However strict and simple, POISONBLOOD appears to expand outward in a strange sort of mental psychedelia, however foreboding. So, yes, POISON BLOOD, can be considered ‘blackened’ as much as it can find solace in the ‘’punk’ and ‘psychedelic’ tag, but it’s also not quite any of those. Yet again, Jenks Miller finds himself in the grey area to which he consistently holds dominion.”
Poison Blood is out worldwide on August 11 on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records. Physical pre-orders and exclusive bundles are currently available via Relapse.com at this location and digital pre-orders are available via Bandcamp HERE. A complete tracklisting is available below.
About Poison Blood:
POISON BLOOD is a collaboration between Jenks Miller (Horseback) and Neill Jameson (Krieg) born out of Miller’s desire to write music that was an outlet for a more straightforward kind of aggression. The two musicians came together as fans of each other’s work and a mutual appreciation for Beherit’s classic Drawing Down the Moon LP and the experimental deathrock of cult UK act Rudimentary Peni. Although they have yet to meet in person, the project was crystallized with the contribution of Jameson’s vocals. Across eight songs and 19+ minutes with explorations into deathrock, dungeon synth and the occult, POISON BLOOD’s eponymous debut EP is a short but furious chronicle of cold, reptilian sonic terror. The result is a dark and low-fi exercise in mystic, minimalistic black metal exploring elements of deathrock, dungeon synth and the occult.