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The Body
I Have Fought Against It, But I Can't Any Longer

Portland duo The Body push their sound to yet more extremes on their latest LP. I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer sees the pair bringing in a few collaborators - Assembly of Light Choir’s Chrissy Wolpert, Sandworm’s Ben Eberie to name but two - to beef u...view item »

The Body & Thou
Released From Love / You, Whom I Have Always Hated

If you liked either or both of the excellent, brutally heavyweight collaborative albums put out in the last few years by The Body and Thou, now you can own the pair of them in one double LP set! Released From Love and You, Whom I Have Always Hated are both excellent blackened statements of inte...view item »

The Body & Full of Hell
Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light

There’s something very suited to Chicago label Thrill Jockey about Ascending A Mountain of Heavy Light, a collaboration between The Body & Full of Hell. Unsettling soundscapes punctuated with sudden bursts of abrasive sound, hmm, I reckon fans of the label’s output will dig this. There also some ...view item »

The Body & Full Of Hell
One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache

Giving grindcore their sternest glare, Full of Hell team up with doom pop stars the Body for a record of quite unkempt intensity, and it’s actually special: you might think otherwise considering the fact that the Body can and will collaborate with anybody at any time (I’m hoping and predicting that their next guest will be Grimes), b...view item »

The Body
No One Deserves Happiness

You know them. If you like “metal” -- and square quotes are necessary for this band of genre scoffers -- then the Body have probably collaborated with a band you like. They did it with doom stoics Thou; they’ve fucked with grindcore high-brows Full of Hell; they&rsqu...view item »

The Body
Christs, Redeemers

The Body's Christs, Redeemers sounds like an apocalypse of biblical proportions. The soundtrack to the end of the world. It's slow, sludgy and all of the instruments sound like they're exploding. The vocals range from a choir of angelic female vocals to inhuman squarks and squeals from the frontman. It's definitely an experience. While the album...view item »