An ominous boom opens the second instalment in Clipping’s horrorcore series, an indication that the dangers faced on 2019’s There Existed an Addiction to Blood are still present.
The Los Angeles industrial hip hop group utilise horror elements in their production to invoke the terror we absorb on a daily basis, cleverly fusing political commentary with an obvious love of slasher films. ’96 Neve Campbell is a nod to the Scream franchise’s leading star, while Eaten Alive is a tribute to the 1976 film of the same name. Tracks are paced with the same dread experienced in the lead-up to a jump scare, culminating in a frenzy of noise that will unsettle the faint of heart.
Visions Of Bodies Being Burned by Clipping is out October 23 via Sub Pop.
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