Rage against the Anthropocene: The extinction crisis gets an ‘eco-slam’ soundtrack

Rage against the Anthropocene: The extinction crisis gets an ‘eco-slam’ soundtrack

Raging, guttural vocals. Pounding snare drums. Blazing-fast guitar riffs.For Swedish death-metal musician Peter Hauschulz, these are the sounds and emotions of the extinction crisis.Hauschulz’s new solo grindcore project, Extinction, has just released an eight-track EP called “Smoldering Enfoulment.” The “eco-slam” songs tell the tales of recently extinct (or nearly extinct) species, such as the cryptic tree-hunter and the Miss Waldron’s red colobus.Most of the songs, Hauschulz says, were inspired by articles published here at The Revelator.The album was released July 21 on Bandcamp and is now...


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