Cryptic DIY musician and BLACKMAGE group member, Horus the Astroneer will be hitting the road with Ghostemane in the U.K. and Europe through January and February, and ahead of those dates, he's dropped the lead single form his forthcoming album dyst. 2020. Titled "Falling," the track is buzzy and unnerving, rising and falling with apparent disregard for traditional song structure until it's strange, black-metal–tinged climax featuring discordant shredding courtesy of Iron Reagan/Mammoth Grinder/Ghostemane guitarist Mark Bronzino. Stream it and check out Horus' upcoming dates below.
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