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    Skold

    Instead of cluttering up the KMFDM thread again with Skold news, I decided to create a new thread. Hell, Raymond Watts got his own thread, so why the hell not!

    Anyway, I was pleasantly shocked this morning to find out SKOLD has a new record coming out, and soon too! April 5th to be exact.
    name of the record is "Never is Now" I'm super pumped for this. His last record was amazing.



    Track List
    1. Never Is Now
    2. Small World
    3. Pharmaceuticals
    4. Roses
    5. Please Remain Calm
    6. Ravenous
    7. In Another Life
    8. This Is The End
    9. Idle Hands
    10. Temple Of Rage
    11. Be Brave
    12. American Bluff
    13. This Is What You Get
    14. Insatiable
    15. And So

    He's offering some merch for pre-order. There is a signed CD, Vinyl and a 28 page photo/lyric booklet. I pre-purchased the CD and booklet.
    https://skold.myshopify.com/?fbclid=...G8PTQiGqbERCq0

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    Thanks for the heads-up on this! Excited for the new album.

    "The Hunger" from ANOMIE is still a favorite of mine. In fact, this is a good excuse to dive into the last couple solo albums in general been a while! Here's hoping that his debut LP makes it to streaming services soon. Would be a fun bit of nostalgia if nothing else.

    and Skold's body of work is absolutely worthy of a dedicated thread at this point! Between his solo albums, the legendary(?) Dead God EP, and his work with Manson (which produced some of my all-time favorite MM songs), and of course his KMFDM involvement, he's a fascinating dude.

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    Never is Now song previews:



    The clips of each song are actually pretty long. Like a minute to a minute and a half each. Gives you quite the taste of the feel of this record.
    I listened to the first 6, but I don't want to ruin the whole listening experience for myself for when the record drops, so I think I'll hold out on the rest.
    An album of 15 tracks is massive. Most bands do like 10-11 songs a record these days. Nice to see an album packed full of music!
    Last edited by ManBurning; 03-16-2019 at 10:36 AM.

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