This could only be from the demented mind of Nick Cave, whose
album is already fixing to be one of County Grind's favorites of the year. It has deliciously filthy lyrics, a wolf infiltrating the bathroom on the cover, and Cave and company at their virulent best.
Unsurprisingly, attaching A Place to Bury Strangers frontman Oliver Ackermann's sensibilities to "Worm Tamer" turns a dark, vox-heavy background into some squall-driven "-gaze" of your choosing. Spookier? Probably not. Listen below.
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