Sludge metallers -(16)- have debuted a music video for their new song “Peaches, Cream, And The Placenta”. Guitarist/vocalist Bobby Ferry comments:
“The song is a stressed-out walk down a well-trodden trail that we have been prancing down since the early ’90s. The lyrics delicately touch with all thumbs on the subject of addictive personality sorcery that creates unintended helpless victims. The video was directed and shot by our longtime collaborator Jeff Forrest in the same space we recorded the song [Doubletime Recording Studio].”
The track is taken from their upcoming seventh full-length Lifespan Of A Moth, which is set to hit stores through Relapse Records on July 15th. Pre-orders are live now and can be picked up here and here.