Norwegian extreme-metal band Enslaved have gone through many transformations through their career, from Viking metal to traditional black metal to the more progressive current sound displayed on their latest album, 2017's E. Considering their hydra-headed creative approach, it's not much of a surprise that the group would be fans of Faith No More, a band that flagrantly ignored trends and commercial pressure to experiment and push boundaries. That fandom has led Enslaved to cover Mike Patton and Co.'s "Jizzlobber," a cut off their 1992 magnum opus Angel Dust, which turned 25 last year. Hear the group's unique take on the song — has been pressed to vinyl as part of the Decibel Flexi Series — below.
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