Graf Orlock Go Apeshit on New Song “A Man Named Suicide”
The arrival of Graf Orlock’s new song, “A Man Named Suicide,” could not be better timed. Not only is it furious as fucking fire, but it draws inspiration from a certain post-apocalyptic movie about animals taking over the planet after homo sapiens fall prey to their own hubris and tribalism. That certainly feels relevant today, when I’ve already bitten up the entire inside of my cheek anxiously waiting for election results, despite the fact that they won’t come in for hours yet. “A Man Named Suicide” is the catharsis we need today; it paces frantically so you don’t have to.
Check out “A Man Named Suicide” below, courtesy of Revolver. The track will appear on the band’s new album, Examination of Violent Cinema, Volume 1, which comes out December 17 on their own label, Vitriol Records. Pre-order the album here. Examination of Violent Cinema, Volume 1 continues the band’s tradition of totally killer album packaging, so I highly recommend investing in a physical edition!!!*
*And you should actually click through even if you’re not going to buy a copy of the album, because there’s a pretty funny/random joke on the pre-order page