If you don’t know where to start with legendary Japanese sludge mongers Boris, Akuma No Uta is as good a place as any to dive into their noise-laden, acid metal hypnotism. Released in 2003 and subsequently repressed a further four times, Jack White’s Third Man Records handles its fifth to ensure monstrous stormers like ‘Ibitsu’ and slow burning softies like ‘Naki Kyoku (Crying Song)’ remain imprinted within the ear canals of all who stumble across it.
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