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Blackout Beach’s “Fuck Death” Out Now!

Yesterday was Fuck Death Day, but we wanted to properly celebrate on the blog once the stream over at SPIN.com was up. You can head over there right now and listen to the new album in its entirety.

The critics love Fuck Death, and you can read more about the record at the following places:

Fuck Death is the first record of his that feels like a genuine meditation on the themes it explores. Instead of pummeling, it actually awards the listener with moments of pause, making its atmosphere that much more immersive.
Pitchfork

When are we going to realize that in Carey Mercer, North America has her sole living and deeply gasping genius?
Monday Magazine

Inspired by the equally provocative American contemporary painter Leon Golub’s painting of the same name and by his fascination with stories of war, Fuck Death, appropriately reflects both the sonic and thematic substance embedded within the album’s nine tracks.
Discorder Magazine (November Cover Artist)

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Los Angeles (Live) by Phosphorescent
Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly) (Live) by Phosphorescent
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Time Between by Bear in Heaven

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