D-Sisive Presents Orville Knoblich 'Cloth Soup'

D-Sisive Presents Orville Knoblich 'Cloth Soup'
Toronto rapper D-Sisive has busied himself in 2015 by rolling out a string of stand-alone singles plus a Vanilla Ice covers album, but now he's shifted gears by unveiling a truly bizarre EP from a character named Orville Knoblich. The record is called Cloth Soup, and it's available now.

The man born Derek Christoff confirmed the EP with a bizarre press release that appears to be a Three Days Grace album announcement with all of the specific information crossed out. For example, one sentence reads, "Since first catapulting on to the scene in 2003 2008, Three Days Grace D-Sisive consistently connected to audiences via hard-hitting, honest, and hypnotic anthems."

As for the music itself, it includes a bizarre tribute to soup ("Cloth Soup"), a nonsensical mantra repeated ad nauseam ("Ghost of the Geisha), a lewd nursery rhyme ("Butthole Tom") and other curios.

Hear Orville Knoblich | Cloth Soup below.