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Bruce Lamont releasing a new LP (watch the “8-9-3″ video)

Bruce Lamont
photo by Anna Michal Paul

Experimental/noise saxophonist, vocalist, and more, Bruce Lamont has played in tons of great projects over the years, including but not limited to Yakuza, Bloodiest, Corrections House, and Wrekmeister Harmonies. He’s also on Swans’ modern-day classic The Seer and very recently contributed to the new Atlas Moth album. He’s now set to release a new solo album, Broken Limbs Excite No Pity, on March 23 via War Crime Records (pre-order), which he made with longtime collaborator Sanford Parker behind the boards. Ahead of its release, we’re premiering the video for “8-9-3.” The song is a haunting mix of industrial noise, dark ambient, and other sinister yet meditative sounds, and the creepy black-and-white video suits it perfectly. Fans of Swans and David Lynch, take note.

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Bruce Lamont

Tracklist
1. Excite No Pity
2. 8-9-3
3. MacLean
4. Goodbye Electric Sunday
5. Neither Spare Nor Dispose
6. The Crystal Effect
7. Moonlight And The Sea

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