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Black Out the Sun

by Everything Goes Cold

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met3mpsyk6sis I'm looking at your collection and you don't have this in it. Why not? What's wrong with you? Don't you like good music? Haven't you ever wanted to see more of the villain than the hero? Don't you love Skeletor? Didn't you want Mum-Ra to win? Of course you did. We all did. And still do. This is their soundtrack. You want their soundtrack don't you? Why would you miss something this amazing?

Weak human warmth will pervert and decay!
They are the reason and we are the way! Favorite track: All Sculpt Evil from the Clay Beneath Their Lips.
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Clemens B. Contrary to what the goofy text on Bandcamp suggests, this album feels very serious and tragic to me. My favourite album this year so far. Favorite track: IAMERROR.
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Derek I've been waiting on this album since it was announced, and it does not disappoint. The always-relentless EGC have matured like a fine, evil wine. Perfect music to accompany any super villainry. Favorite track: When the Sky Rips in Two You Are Free.
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SL.R1S 02:32
The Joke 02:52
Conqueror 04:54


Between the distant moons of Kronulos, one man fights against the tyranny of The Ant-Lords… But that man hasn’t been born yet. Now in their 8,000th decade, Everything Goes Cold chronicle a completely unrelated story about a wooden donkey and a guy in an ugly purple hat with “Black Out the Sun,” their first new full-length album in 5 years. At long last, EGC bring together the universally held basic human desire to weaponize kitchen appliances, and the immense worldwide popularity of industrial music. A sweeping 11-part epic replete with screaming and bleepy 8-bit video game sounds, “Black Out the Sun” makes a questionable foray into local politics and winds up getting tossed out of a city council meeting after repeatedly trying to take a bite out of the podium.

It’s not a pretty scene, but maybe if you truly believed in yourself it could be.


released July 8, 2014


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