I have no idea what this video is for but it’s Amia Miley being her usual insanely hot self so I’ll probably just go kill myself cause that was awesome.
Book One and the new Deafheaven on the way to work. #witchesandblackmetalonawednesdaynight #harrypotter #sunbather #deafheaven Thank you for the books, @tattooofsun !!
Shorty stay in your place
before the A-K’s in your face.
Take your daughter, R. Kelly,
have my way with her face.
DEAFHEAVEN “Sunbather” CD/LP/Digital - Available June 11, 2013
“Sunbather” is the highly anticipated new album from Deafheaven.
Recorded and engineered by Jack Shirley (Funeral Diner, Comadre) and designed by Nick Steinhardt (Touche Amore) “Sunbather” deals with the profound sadness found in the quest for one’s personal perfection. Serving as an artistic lucid dream of warmth despite the stinging pain of life’s cruel idealism.
With opener “Dream House” George Clarke’s tortured vocals familiarly intertwine with Kerry McCoy’s hypnotic guitar work before crashing into a wash of post-everything melody. This leads to the moving instrumental “Irresistible” a track that carries a twisted indie-like sensibility buried beneath glittery layers of guitar and piano. However it is in the title track and beyond where the maturation and growth of Deafheaven brightly shines. In “Sunbather” they explore sonic peaks and valleys created by superb percussionist Daniel Tracy (new to the band for this recording). His inclusion brings new dynamics to light as an urgent pulse to the swirling musical chaos. Pushing bleak epic “Vertigo” and the dark emotional closer “The Pecan Tree” to new, awe-inducing heights.
Without question “Sunbather” is Deafheaven at the peak of their creative strength and vision of their young existence. A masterfully crafted work of art that will be renowned for years to come.
noreason2gohome said: Ha! That’s pretty cool, but also annoying too.
I know. I think it’s pretty neat. At least piratepress stamps/etches in the proper marking on the vinyl. I guess it’s a cool misprint. I also have a Wavves 7” where the plant misspelled the band name using only one ‘V’.