Interviewed for IDIOTEQ in 2014, Copenhagen progressive grind quartet PISS VORTEX is back with a new EP titled ”Future Cancer” due on April 1st. Now the band unleashes the EP track ”Den Moderne Mands Lænke” via an exclusive premiere at Decibel Magazine and below. ”Future Cancer” will be released as black 12” vinyl and digital formats on April 1st via Indisciplinarian. The release will be followed by dates in and out of their native Denmark to be announced in the months to come. Also additional audio previews, preorder links and more will arrive in the days ahead.
Since their shattering selftitled 2014 debut album, PISS VORTEX has been touring with label mates Fossils and Anti Ritual, playing local shows with the likes of Brutal Truth, Retox, Mutoid Man and Today Is The Day as well as laying waste to Roskilde Festival with a crushing performance in 2015. While these shows have proven PISS VORTEX to be one of the most explosive and exciting extreme musical acts home and abroad, the quartet has determinantly been mocking boundaries in the rehearsal room writing material for the new EP. Produced once again by Jakob Reichert Nielsen (Town Portal, Lack), the six songs of ”Future Cancer” were recorded live in the studio over two days, displaying a clear progression of a band falling into place just to dissolve into the next experiment without fear or nothing to prove. They have already created their own game and it shows. Heavier. Grimmer. Faster. Slower. More revolting in its extreme shape and expression, more challenging in its intuitive progressiveness, more mindbending in its emphazisation of spaced out psychedelica and finally more just more overall fucked up than ever. This is PISS VORTEX’ ”Future Cancer”.
Now PISS VORTEX is premiering the new EP track ”Den Moderne Mands Lænke” exclusively via DECIBEL MAGAZINE, who writes ” “…be afraid for your ears. ‘Den Moderne Mands Laenke’ (Chains of Modern Man) is a no-bullshit grindcore excoriation that announces its presence with authority from the first millisecond.”
Photo by Jacob Hansen.