Published Sep 11, 2013Bottomless Pit, whose ranks include former members of Silkworm, Seam and .22, have announced they'll deliver their third full-length LP, Shade Perennial, next month.
Due October 29 via Comedy Minus One, the follow-up to 2010's Blood Under the Bridge is described as a "mesmerizing" LP full of "post-punk perspiration," though it also apparently takes influence from Crazy Horse.
Andy Cohen's six-string work is highlighted in the press sheet, most notably due to a "magnificent guitar solo" on "Null Set." While the song has yet to be made available, you can check out the record's propulsive opening track "Fleece," flooded with baritone-guitar bursts, deft drum walloping and Tim Midyett's honeyed vocals, down below.
Shade Perennial is being pressed up on LP, with the package containing a CD as well, for convenience's sake. A digital version of the set will also be up for sale.
You can pre-order Shade Perennial over here, as well as see the band's U.S. tour schedule below.
2. Incurable Feeling
3. Null Set
4. Bare Feet
5. Sacred Trench
6. Full of Life
7. Horse Trading
8. Felt a Little Left
10/05 Minneapolis, MN - Kitty Cat
11/08 Milwaukee, WI - Frank's Power Plant
11/16 Chicago, IL - Township