Deafheaven have announced their new album, Infinite Granite, with a song called “Great Mass of Color.” Due out August 20 via Sargent House, the Justin Meldal-Johnsen–produced LP is largely absent of George Clarke’s trademark black metal vocals, and complements its guitars with synthesizer tones. The album was recorded at longtime Deafheaven producer and engineer Jack Shirley’s Atomic Garden East studio in Oakland, California. Check out “Great Mass of Color” below.
After postponing their 2020 tour, Deafheaven released a live album called 10 Years Gone. Infinite Granite follows 2018’s Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, 2015’s New Bermuda, and 2013’s Sunbather. (Pitchfork earns a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)
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02 In Blur
03 Great Mass of Color
04 Neptune Raining Diamonds
05 Lament for Wasps
07 The Gnashing
08 Other Language