LISTEN TO MUTOID MAN’S HYPNOTIC
NEW TRACK “BANDAGES”
(FEAT. CHELSEA WOLFE)
War Moans, out June 2nd on Sargent House
Fusing Cave In’s high-flying melodicism to Converge’s knotty riffage… rumbles and soars like Mastodon stomping Queens of the Stone Age in a prehistoric Soundgarden.” – Rolling Stone
“Mutoid Man is a supergroup. Mutoid Man defies all of the trappings that come with that. But more than anything Mutoid Man is fun.” – Noisey
“…merges highbrow fretboard architecture with immediacy, punch, and a merciless severity.” – Pitchfork
“…a fiery, nasty, riff-filled metal and punk fest of unstoppable, unbeatable energy.” – Decibel Magazine
“Bleeder is an instantly infectious slab of heavy metal thunder.” – Metal Hammer
“a joy to behold on just about every level.” – Rocksound
“…these guys have taken their energetic sound to a whole new level, and I can’t stop pressing play.” – Ghost Cult Magazine
The ever-progressive power trio Mutoid Man will release their dynamic sophomore album War Moans on June 2nd (Sargent House). The band have just debuted the album’s stunning closing track “Bandages” which features vocals and auxiliary instrumentation from label mates Chelsea Wolfe and her longtime collaborator Ben Chisholm. Check out the song featured on Stereogum.com.
“We wanted to write a Mr. Big-style arena rock ballad,” Mutoid Man bassist Nick Cageo says of “Bandages.” And indeed, the big open chords and wounded lyrics will surely have audiences pulling their lighters out of their pockets, but Wolfe’s siren vocals and Chisolm’s electronic pulses give the song an apocalyptic weight never attained by the darlings of the Sunset Strip.