Say the Name – Favorite part of the song is after verse 3 when the beat gets weird, crazy, and manages to progress into a real smooth off-kilter groove beat.
’96 Neve Campbell ft. Cam & China – A clipping track of course, but it really feels like it’s Cam & China’s track, or at least they really feel featured properly.
Something underneath – Daveed is flowing like it’s “Blood of the fang” all over again.
Make them Dead – Glitchy, noisy, industrial. Clipping per usual. The drawn out, gong like “dead” chant in the chorus is just cold. I love how this track manages to somehow have an eerie silence to it while all the noise is present on it. Sounds like radio distortion at times.
She Bad – Not as eerie in sound as Run for your life ft. La Chat like last year from There Existed, but it does depict a woman on the prowl like that song did.
Invocation (Interlude) – An instrumental that sounds like a broken sonar.
Pain Everyday - This track is like being trapped inside of your own house that's caving in around you.
Check the Lock – A smooth groove to to this love. The subject is about a man consumed by paranoia that checks the lock every time he walks by the door.
Looking like meat ft. Ho99o9 – Heavy bass and sequences galore.
Drove interlude – Sounds like an animal farm with crying for help and possibly tortured souls roaming in a confined area.
Eaten Alive ft. Jeff Parker and Ted Byrnes – Reminds me of “He Dead” at times. Track starts to have more life a little after the halfway mark of this almost 6 minute track. Spends it's last 2 minutes as this all over the place, fun noise magnet. Just inviting all instruments to contribute.
Body for the Pile – (From Genius) “Body for the Pile” is the first song in Adult Swim’s 2016 compilation, which has been re-released in clipping.’s new and fifth studio album, . Story of three cops that were murdered.
Enlacing – I said about this track in a tweet that this track make me want to see Clipping collab with Sadistik, Clams Casino, Jesu, River Tiber, and DJ Shadow. A favorite track of mine.
Secret Piece – Something I could see Danzig creating. Definitely prefer this outro over Piano Burning from last year.
Summary: Great Part 2/follow up for There Existed. Some elements/songs I prefer over There Existed. Still prefer There Existed as a whole. 7.5-7.75/10
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