Album Stream: Godswounds’ Death to the Babyboomers

By Chloe Stachowiak
May 14, 2014
Godswounds: Death to the BabyboomersGodswounds: Death to the Babyboomers (Sonichimaera, 5/20/14)

A heart-racing synthesis of heavy metal, horns, and videogame scores, Godswounds’ debut album is half psychedelic trip, half nutty science experiment gone right. It’s an electrifying collaboration between the Australia-native band—whose members include Lachlan Kerr and former Mr. Bungle drummer Danny Heifetz—and guest artists like Big Business, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Marriages, and (the) Melvins.

The result is a playfully dramatic fusion of styles and sounds—one that pulses with melody and drama without letting gimmicks hold it down. Listen to the album in its entirety below.

By Chloe Stachowiak May 14, 2014
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