The band's first album since 2015, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love is streaming now
Californian band Deafheaven have started to stream their new album, ‘Ordinary Corrupt Human Love’ today (July 5).
The follow up to 2015’s ‘Bermuda’, the new album has seven songs and is an hour in length. You can listen to the album in full via NPR.
Earlier this year, the quintet shared a new track, ‘Honeycomb’ together with a 12-minute long video which included footage of skateboarding against panoramic, seaside snapshots.
Describing the track, NME said: “As visceral as ever, ‘Honeycomb’ sees the Californians black metallers hurtling through an onslaught of unforgiving noise, George Clark’s vocals grating up against pummelling drums.”
“Around a third of the way in, the band switch gears dramatically. Veering away from darkness for a second, the track touches on yowls of glam rock, and the angular crashes of Bloc Party. As the track peters out, there’s even a flicker of Sigur Ros theatricality.”
Announcing the release of the album earlier today (July 5), the band said: “We are delighted to share the entirety of Ordinary Corrupt Human Love with everyone.”
“Thank you for the support and for taking the time to listen to the album. You are so appreciated.”
Earlier in the year, the band also shared a photograph on Instagram of their work in the studio, captioned succinctly as “2018”.
The band are about to embark on a 29-date North American tour before travelling to Europe and the UK later this year.
The band will play Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and London; full details of the tour can be found here.
Ordinary Corrupt Human Love Tracklist:
01. You Without End
03. Canary Yellow
06. Night People
07. Worthless Animal