Deafheaven have announced their new album Infinite Granite with a song called “Great Mass of Color”. The LP produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen, which will be released on August 20 via Sargent House, contains largely the typical Black Metal vocals of George Clarke and complements the guitars with synthesizer sounds. The album was recorded at the Atomic Garden East studio of longtime Deafheaven producer and engineer Jack Shirley in Oakland, California. See “Large Masses of Color” below.
After postponing their 2020 tour, Deafheaven released a live album called 10 Years Gone. Infinite Granite follows Ordinary Corrupt Human Love from 2018, New Bermuda from 2015, and Sunbather from 2013. (Pitchfork earns a commission on purchases made through affiliate links on our website.)
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Deaf and mute: infinite granite
02 Out of focus
03 Large mass of paint
04 Neptune is raining diamonds
05 Wasp complaint
06 bad guy
07 The crunch
08 Other language