Arizona experimental Sludge quartet, SORXE have unveiled a brand new track titled, “Dependence Day”, taken from the forthcoming full-length, “The Ark Burner”. The moody and shapeshifting track is streaming now. Check it out below.
About the track, SORXE frontman Tanner Crace comments:
““Dependence Day” is the first song we wrote in full for this album. It's basically about the currently state of the union as I see it. The massive imbalance of power and wealth distribution. It's about how the struggling majority in America are living outside their means racking up debt and how social media advertising plays into that control. We can get complacent with consumerism and material wants. Musically we pretty much improvised the entire song a few years ago and have been playing this one out live for a while now. The structure of the song is a bit different for us and stands out on this album as it's one of the faster/ nastier songs at the beginning, then it goes to full on meditative drone doom that feels very oppressive then uplifting”.
“The Ark Burner” tracklist:
01. “Dependence Day”
03. “Full Transmission”
04. “Wondering If I Exist”
05. “A Negative Exorcism”
06. “The Ark Burner”