Photo by Mers Sumida
From Albany, New York, comes the sludgy, doomsayers HUSH. This earth-shattering ensemble, which features past and present members of Endicott, From Ashes Rise, and Self Defense Family, have announced the release of their debut full length. The new opus will bear the title Unexist and will be released on June 24th. Unexist was engineered by Ryan Slowey, mixed by Kowloon Walled City’s Scott Evans, and mastered by Brad Boatright (From Ashes Rise, Tragedy, etc).
To get a feel for what is to come, American Aftermath are proud to provide you with an exclusive stream of the album’s second track, “Eater of All Things”. The six-minute monolith is extremely thick and heavy, with tinges of melody. It calls to mind bands like sludge/post-metal greats Neurosis, and more recent doom darlings, Thou. You can find the track after the break.
Additionally, the album’s artwork, track listing, and a stream of HUSH.’s previous EP can be found below.