Permission To Landloper


Sludgers reveal new track

Sudge veterans -(16)- have just shared “Landloper,” another brand-new single from their forthcoming seventh full-length album Lifespan Of A Moth via heavy metal portal Cvlt Nation! Cvlt Nation commented on the track,

“these humans are not slowing down, but are getting heavier and groovier!… I can’t stop moving to the dirty, diseased melodies that this band is dishing out!”

The band’s Cris Jerue also had to say about “Landloper,”

“The song ‘Landloper’ is a tension-filled little ditty that deals with the inner craving to quit everything and live off the grid. Or take up residence on a blanket at the beach. Or subsist in the doorway of a bank. It doesn’t fucking matter. Just get yourself anywhere else as soon as possible and become a free, unfettered hominid before time runs out. It’s easily the most negative, positivistic song on the record.”

Hear the crushing song now at this location.

Additionally, -(16)- recently shared a new music video for the new track “Peaches, Cream, And The Placenta” via Decibel Magazine – watch the video now here. You can also hear “The Absolute Center Of A Pitch Black Heart,” the debut single from the album, here.

-(16)-‘s Lifespan Of A Moth is the band’s heaviest, darkest, and most complex material to date! Self-produced by the band and recorded with Jeff Forrest (Cattle Decapitation, The Locust) at Doubletime Recording Studio in San Diego, CA, Lifespan Of A Moth sees the band sounding uglier, rawer and more visceral than ever. Down-tuned feedback-driven riffs and bludgeoning rhythms violently clash with vocalist Cris Jerue’s distorted, tortured howls across eight tracks of -(16)-‘s signature blend of hardcore punk, thrash and sludge. Lifespan Of A Moth is the sound of a band that has spent 25 years wallowing in addiction and anguish, and will leave you feeling crushed and confronted by the negativity of existence.

Lifespan Of A Moth is set for release this July 15th via Relapse on CD/LP/Digital. Physical pre-orders via can be found here; digital pre-orders are available through the band’s Bandcamp page at this location.

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