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KEIJI HAINO & SUMAC: a febbraio l’album “American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On”

Keiji Haino, polistrumentista giapponese famoso per le sue collaborazioni con Boris, Faust, John Zorn e Steven O’Malley dei Sunn O))) (qui il nostro articolo speciale su di lui), oltre per i suoi dischi a dir poco allucinanti ed i Sumac, band composta dall’ex mastermind degli Isis Aaron Turner, Brian Cook dei Russian Circle e Nick Yacyshyn dei Baptists hanno annunciato un album in collaborazione.

Il disco in questione, intitolato “American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On“, uscirà per Thrill Jockey il prossimo 23 febbraio. In un comunicato stampa si apprende che:

“For American Dollar Bill – Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous To Look At Face On, Keiji Haino and SUMAC met up in Tokyo’s Goksound recording studio to track a series of unrehearsed, completely non-premeditated sessions. Captured across several reels of tape, the collaboration harnessed Haino’s tension-inducing use of empty space on songs like “I’m over 137% a love junkie, and it’s still not enough” while pushing SUMAC’s dissident metal vocabulary on “What have I done (I was reeling in something white…)”. Throughout the course of its hour-plus length, American Dollar Bill pushes and pulls at the strictures of metal and bends the stylistic formalities of improvised music to create a sonic purge unencumbered by convention.”

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