RIYL: armistices, odd souls, vitals, changes
Label: Wojtek Records
This one isn’t exactly an up-to-date announcement, but the New Orleans indietronic 4-piece known as Mutemath sorta quietly released their 6th studio album since their critically-acclaimed debut album Mutemath¬†dropped in the mid-aughts. ¬†2017’s Play Dead was released shortly after their insanely talented drummer Darren King decided to leave the band, a pretty devastating blow to their sound and attitude¬†as a whole, but Play Dead¬†still sounds like a Mutemath album, full of fuzzy guitar leads, off-kilter¬†synth effects and jazzy math rock-inspired chord changes and rhythms.
No quantity has been mentioned for the orange vinyl, but it’s still available almost 3 weeks after the album release, so I’d imagine there are a few thousand at least. ¬†Check out the album below and get yourself some orange wax after the ‘buy’ link.
Limited Edition Play Dead Double LP on Opaque Orange Vinyl. Delivered in a die-cut sleeve.
Please note, digital downloads are not available to customers outside of the U.S.
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