Absu debuts Adult Swim Singles track, 'Hall of Masters'July 10, 2012 @ 7:57 pm (Updated: 8:01 pm - 7/10/12 )
I know absolutely nothing about Black Metal band Absu except that when I first heard their brand new song 'Hall of Masters', which is featured as a part of the Adult Swim's Singles Program, I nearly went deaf. Everything about the song is massive and unrelenting from the thundering drums to the devilishly devine vocals of frontman Russley Randell Givens. If you are prone to random flashes of anger I'm not quite sure I'd recommend this song for you as it just might send you over the edge.
This is the third season that the Adult Swim Singles Program has taken over the summer months and has offered us exclusive tracks from artists that you know and love and artists (like Absu, possibly) that you want to know about.
Go here to listen to brand new songs from The Hives, Wye Oak, Absu and Unknown Mortal Orchestra and also to download the entire back catalogue from the Adult Swim Singles Program.
The 2012 Adult Swim Singles Program will run from June 18th - September 9th and will include all-new, never-before-released tracks from these featured artists:
Week 1 (June 18) - Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Week 2 (June 25) - The Hives
Week 3 (July 2) - Wye Oak
Week 4 (July 9) - Absu
Week 5 (July 16) - The Field
Week 6 (July 23) - Flying Lotus
Week 7 (July 30) - Gauntlet Hair
Week 8 (August 6) - Wavves
Week 9 (August 13) - Com Truise
Week 10 (August 20) - Yamantaka//Sonic Titan
Week 11 (August 27) - Elite Gymnastics
Week 12 (September 3) - Artist To Be Announced
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