This Friday (8/9), Anti-Corporate Music is releasing the new split/collaborative album from noise/ambient acts Many Blessings (aka Ethan McCarthy of sludge trio Primitive Man) and Pulsatile Tinnitus (aka Kayla Phillips, singer of grindcore band Bleed The Pigs). The album starts with a nearly-14-minute collaborative song from both artists, and then offers up alternating solo tracks, with two from each artist that all pass or near the ten-minute mark. It's an album that focuses more on white noise than melody; it kinda sounds like the sounds in Eraserhead when no one's talking, and it's got grainy black and white artwork to match. The album comes out on cassette and digitally (pre-order), and we're premiering a stream of the full thing below.