The Black Angels have shared a video for their latest single ‘I’d Kill For Her’, at Consequence of Sound. Produced by Phil Ek (Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes, The Shins), the band’s new album ‘Death Song’ features some of the heaviest music these psych-rockers have ever put to wax – slow-burning, menacing fuzz meditating on the realities of society and devotion. On “I’d Kill For Her,’ lead singer Alex Maas steps inside of the mind of a man driven by the belief that there’s beauty in brutality. More »

by James Fleming

Psychedelic rock tends to make more promises than it can keep. More »

The Black Angels have shared new track Half Believing, the scorched-earth centerpiece off their upcoming LP Death Song, out April 21st on Partisan Records. More »

The Black Angels have shared the second track from their upcoming album ‘Death Song’, out April 21st on Partisan Records. Called ‘I’d Kill For Her’, the new track just premiered via Dangerous Minds, who called the band “psychedelia’s premier standard bearers”. More »

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