DOODSESKADER is the new brand of sonic terror from the minds of Tim De Gieter (Amenra, Every Stranger Looks Like You,…) and Sigfried Burroughs (Kapitan Korsakov, The K., …). After 16 years of friendship, the pair have joined forces to carve a barbarous sound like no other. Seamlessly blending the punishing nature of sludge and metal with elements reminiscent of 90’s grunge and hip hop, the aptly named DOODSESKADER successfully create a sound that is far bigger than their modest instrumentation.
Their first record “MMXX : Year Zero” offers an unsettling yet satisfying glimpse into their brutal and unforgiving universe. Sonically existing in the same realms as Code Orange, Death Grips, Ghostemane, Show Me Your Body and Xibalba, they offer a new take on this style with their tasteful inclusion of melody amongst the calculated chaos.
Recorded & mixed at Much Luv Studio (Amenra, Brutus, Throane) and mastered by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Oathbreaker), this 26-minute debut marks the arrival of the band in monumental terms.
First Press: 100x Orange / Purple w/ Black Splatter 200x Orange / Black Mix
Second Press: 200x Clear w/ Hot Pink & Yellow Splatter 300x Hot Pink / Yellow
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