Hear the scorching new slowcore dirge from Flooding, “Transept Exit”

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On September 29, Kansas City slowcore band Flooding will release their new album Silhouette Machine. The group’s already shared one single, “Muzzle,” and today they’ve released another glacial scrape of a song, “Transept Exit.” As it takes shape, the song is a subtle, spacious slowcore dirge in the vein of Codeine, but erupts into a ferocious gnashing of noise rock. It’s intense and cathartic, a surprising explosion into heavy and excoriating aggression that its first few minutes only barely seem to hint at. It’s a white-knuckle ride that doesn’t move much faster than a crawl—like Duster slowly evolving into Chat Pile—which is what makes it that much more interesting. Hear Flooding’s “Transept Exit” below.

Flooding tour dates:

10.21 Oklahoma City @ Chateau House
10.22 Albuquerque @ La Chancla
10.23 Phoenix @ Linger Longer
10.24 Las Vegas @ TBA
10.25 Los Angeles @ Permanent Records Roadhouse
10.26 Oakland @ Tamarack
10.27 Portland @ Snakefarm
10.28 Bellingham @ Grandma’s House
10.29 Boise @ Realms Arcade
10.30 Salt Lake City @ Kilby Court
10.31 Denver @ Glob
11.04 Kansas City @ TBA

Flooding tour dates
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