New York City industrial duo Uniform are joining forces with Rhode Island experimentalist (and recurring tourmates) the Body for a new joint album, Mental Wounds Not Healing. To accompany the announcement of the record, they've unveiled "Come and See," the third of seven crushing new tracks included on the effort, which is due in June. A pitch-black merger of Uniform's gritty, glitched compositions and the Body's scorched-earth vocal approach — topped off with an A+ performance from vocalist Chip King, naturally — it proves an intriguing, if tinnitus-inducing, first glimpse of the coming madness.
Uniform and the Body's Mental Wounds Not Healing is set to hit shelves June 8th via Sacred Bones. Pre-order it here, and read on for the album artwork and track listing.
Uniform & The Body — Mental Wounds Not Healing track listing
01. "Dead River"
02. "The Curse of Eternal Life"
03. "Come and See"
04. "The Boy With Death In His Eyes"
05. "In My Skin"
06. "We Have Always Lived in the Castle"
07. "Empty Comforts"