The Soft Pink Truth
Why Do the Heathen Rage?
Covers of Venom, Mayhem and Hellhammer tracks find Daniel screeching over 2-step, drill and bass and 8-bit, but he's is at his best when he speaks politically through musical choices. He taps Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner to sing the album's most lyrically-sexist tracks, and works with Antony Hegarty on the spoken word intro, "Invocation for Strength." On Why Do the Heathen Rage?, Daniel has managed to bring the intellectual and the primal together for one big dance party.
Read our discussion with Daniel regarding Why Do the Heathen Rage? here. (Thrill Jockey)
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