Underground extreme-music artist Ghostemane has dropped his highly anticipated new album N/O/I/S/E a week ahead of the previously announced October 17th release date. The record — the title of which stands for "No One Is Safe from Evil" — was self-produced by the Florida-bred rapper and boasts contributions from metal/hardcore notables including Arthur Rizk (Code Orange, Power Trip, Cavalera Conspiracy producer), guitarist Mark Bronzino (Iron Reagan, Mammoth Grinder) and drummer Cayle Sain (Twitching Tongues, Mizery, Downpresser).
"The main thing I love about being 100% independent and not having a record label, is my ability to do whatever the fuck I want: Like drop my album a week early," Ghostemane wrote on Instagram. "This album is self produced, and thank you to the few people who helped make this what it is," he added, tagging Rizk, Bronzino and Sain, who all posted about the record's early release, as well.
The single, "Flesh," which Ghoste premiered Monday, appears on the LP, while the song "D(R)Ead," featuring Travis Barker on live drums, does not. The rapper will hit the road in support of the album later this month, with Vein, Bitter End and more set for opening slots. You can stream N/O/I/S/E below.