Teeth Of The Sea are working on a new soundtrack project, to premiere in Cork later this year.
'MASTER' is an imposing title for an album. It almost dares you to say: you're an imposter. Yet Teeth Of The Sea seem to breeze past this. New album 'MASTER' has bowled over anyone within range of its sonic rasp, with Clash Online Editor Mike Diver enthusing: "Most bands master a sound, but there’s the distinct feeling here that TOTS are merely vessels for a force operating somewhere beyond our comprehension of what can, and does, qualify as pop music."
Fresh from a recent package tour with Thought Forms, Esben and The Witch, Tooth Of The Sea are now focussing on a cinema project. The band will provide a live remix of the score from Ben Wheatley’s 'A Field In England' at The Cork Film Festival on November 16th.
In a statement the band said: "We are thrilled to be working on this project, although also slightly daunted-not only because of the manifold wonders of Ben Wheatley's original movie and Jim Williams' killer score, but alos owing to the dangers of us unlocking some dark and dormant magick in the process the like of which may give us sleepless nights. As is our wont though, we're only too happy to launch ourselves headfirst into the metaphysical fray, and can't wait to see what transpires! (And of course, it'll be lovely to visit Cork)".
Meanwhile, Teeth Of The Sea have also posted the video for album cut 'Reaper' online. It's a dizzying, hallucinogenic experience - every bit as vivid as their music, then.
'MASTER' is out now.
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