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Invincible Scum – Scumrush


There haven’t been many bands like Chrome Hoof, the ten-piece disco-metal maniacs who’ve prowled stages in outlandish silver get-ups since 2000 while making an unholy, yet funky, noise. But while le Hoof may not have released an album for three years, founder member Milo Smee has still been busy. Invincible Scum is his collaboration with Andy Blake and the video above is to promote their new release, the delightfully-titled ‘Scumrush’.

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to attend a woodland rave only to take too many drugs and end up staring at a tree for seven hours, this is a pretty good approximation of it – patterns and distortions emerge out of the bark before everything’s sucked into some sort of Brown Hole. The track itself actually goes on for another ten minutes or so, but four minutes is more than enough time for this clip to melt your mind…

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