Late to the party on this one but damn glad to have arrived in time for the crushing aftermath. King Blood's Eyewash Silver was issued in a scant run of 100 copies in late 2010 only to disappear as quickly as it reared its fuzz addled head. Recently Chicago's Permanent Record repressed and reintroduced this guitar storm back into society, but even at a run of 300 those are going quick as well. The man behind the blood is Ryland Wharton head of the undersung labels Skulltones and Twonicorn. The LP is full of fried guitar slabs that capture the same lone stalker on the edge of the apocalypse feeling that early Wooden Shjips and Purling Hiss releases were wrought with. Eyelash Silver is a one man fuzz-humbucking blues kicking the roads with and amplifier strung low on the hip. Doom-boogie freaks get excited, because there's a new lost son on the horizon.
[MP3] King Blood - End of a Primitive
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