Writhing in frenzy after a reckless odyssey.
Slow Doomed Fever, the first full-length album by
The Black Cheetahs, explores topics of love and death among outlaws, seekers and free spirits.
Eight incisively slow and heavy songs weaved by thick layers of dirty bass synths and guitar walls complete this cathartic soundtrack, where elements of southern garage rock and doom are merged
with dark ambient electronics.
Album producer and driver of the wavefront, Sofia TK’s vocals
bring the ammunition of a hardcore punk legacy (FFT Error) with the sentiment of an edgy blues soul.
As a bonus, the guest appearance of Andrew N.U. Unruh from Einstürzende Neubauten adds magic to the gloomy ballad “So Long A Line” with the moans of water percussion, and metal sink
crescendos on “Here’s The Light”, the final track and ode to the void.
Close your eyes and enjoy the hypnotic, cinematic experience of doom rock’n’roll.
Except for the two tribute
tracks (the legendary “Funnel of Love” by Wanda Jackson, and Nirvana’s “School”), the album is
co-written by TK & Wendy
1. Feathers and Filth 07:01
2. Rails Of Rust 06:41
3. Gold Gold Gold 03:56
4. Funnel Of Love 08:48
5. So Long A Line 08:49
6. Hiss And Curls 09:13
7. School 05:40
8. Here´s The Light 04:57
Sick Century Began in 2019 when Scott Hoon and Marc Kahn started working together on a side project between bands. The two toyed around with a few demos that would later turn into early singles but the line-up would not be complete until January of 2020 when Nick Black and Brady Hearn joined the band. Black and Kahn had been friends for a few years while Hearn started off the […]
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