"In mirrors digged up from the earth I see myself / Lambent upon my childhood fields in wounds" (Inmost Nigredo)
Fan homage to one of the best dark rock bands ever: In Solitude.
As well as to related creative manifestations: No Future, Reveal, Invidious...and beyond.

Monday, 31 May 2021

Listen to a track premiere off the upcoming solo tape by Crakk (of Reveal!, No Future)

Alright folks, what we have here tonight is exactly the kind of thing that gets us hyped at Unearthed Mirrors: nothing less than a track premiere from one of our favourite musical creatures, Crakk (of Reveal! and No Future) who is dropping a solo tape on End All Parties!
Imagine a weird lab where unthinkable experiments are going on which may as well twist reality and let other dimensions creep in...and yet no, that's anyway not nearly strange enough to describe what we are about to venture in. And of course, that just makes us want to go there even more.

Sure enough, being huge fans of Reveal!, and having seen some of Crakk's impressive and haunting artworks (check out this gallery in case you haven't yet), we are aware that he has a truly eclectic, shape-shifting and daring creative mind, which is why we appreciate his visual and musical creations so much.

Therefore we are really looking forward to his upcoming solo tape, titled "Dead Fools Scatter The Highway Bleeding", mixed by Gottfrid Åhman, to be released on End All Parties sometime soon and it's a real treat to stream tonight the first track premiere off of it: "Pusher Bleeder Copperthief".

Juicy stuff, and by juicy we mean sticky, nasty and catchy: like some sort of chemical glue in fact this music will stick to your ears and before you know it, you had it on repeat several times and your brain cells begin to resemble the appearance of Twin Peak's infamous garmonbozia... to your, somewhat disquieting, private little pleasure.





"Dead Fools Scatter The Highway Bleeding" is going to be available soon on End All Parties so make sure not to miss out on this filthy rarity full of madness, trippy twists and turns and crooked sounds!