'His Teeth Did Brightly Shine' totes ready for the next Cormac McCarthy film adaptation
Fresh after Earth's Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light was named one of SPIN's 20 Best Metal Albums of 2011, the tumbleweed-chasing slowpoke masters of Cormac McCarthy metal are back for the sequel! Though it was recorded in the same two-week session as part one, Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light II (due February 14 via Southern Lord) seems even more dusty, desolate and somber. Beyond its slow churn, you can hear plenty of contributions from Lori Goldston, whom you know best as the cellist on Nirvana's MTV Unplugged. Check out first taste, His Teeth Did Brightly Shine, a slow and somber cruise through the desert landscape of your choice.