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CD and vinyl formats of Evil Sound Screamers are coming in early 2018, but today you can own the digital version of Acid Witch’s third and most psychedelic album yet. Like getting lost on a haunted house tour while high on PCP, surprises await around every corner and lurk in every shadow of Evil Sound Screamers. You’ll forgive us for holding off on spoilers then. Except to say that ESS is Acid Witch having fun and reveling in their ability to make you wet your pants.
by Chris LattaOctober 30, 2017October 30, 20170. Acid Witch is a rather unique band in the death/doom metal scene. They largely avoid the miserable gloomy aesthetic of their peers in favor of psychedelic influences and a Halloween funhouse feel more commonly seen with your average Misfits acolyte. Evil Sound Screamers, the Detroit group’s third full-length album as well as their first since 2011’s Stoned, continues the horror doom path while offering a few tweaks in the delivery.
Evil Sound Screamers, 2017. Nightmare in a Damaged Brain, 02:16. An Evil Sound Screaming, 06:18.
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Evil Sound Screamers, the Detroit group’s third full-length album as well as their first since 2011’s Stoned, continues the horror doom path while offering a few tweaks in the delivery. Overall, Evil Sound Screamers is an even more tongue in cheek take on an already kitschy formula but it proves to be a welcome addition to Acid Witch’s growing discography. It sometimes feels like there was more time spent building on the atmosphere than the actual songwriting, and I do wish there were more songs like Hardrock Halloween on here, but it manages to be an enjoyable listen.