“…one of the most abrasive and dissonant songs on the album…” — BrooklynVegan on “Beast Filth”
Watch TO END IT ALL’s “Beast Filth” HERE.
BrooklynVegan is pleased to unveil the video accompaniment to “Beast Filth” from avant-garde/death industrial duo TO END IT ALL. The clip, created by Osteo Parliament, comes by way of the band’s Scourge Of Woman full-length, out now via Scry Recordings.
Writes BrooklynVegan, “The song is one of the most abrasive and dissonant songs on the album, and the eerie, static-y, black-and-white video suits it perfectly.”
If you missed it, watch the band’s previously released video for “Lure” HERE.
Scourge Of Woman was recorded at Stop/Start Studio in Portland, Oregon and Khaos Studio in Seattle, Washington and is available in digital and vinyl formats HERE.
In celebration of the release of Scourge Of Woman, TO END IT ALL have confirmed two release shows in Portland and Seattle respectively later this month with additional live trauma in the plotting stages.
TO END IT ALL:
11/16/2018 Azoth – Portland, OR w/ Hail, Scard, Thoabath, Soot
11/17/2018 Teatro De La Psychomachia – Seattle, WA w/ Xiphoid Dementia, Wickt
Formed in the autumn of 2016, long-time collaborators – noise artist Masaaki Masao and vocalist Joy Von Spain – began to create new work as TO END IT ALL, forging songs from rhythmic harsh noise, experimental music, instrument sampling, and voice. Scourge Of Woman draws inspiration from death industrial and black noise acts like Pig Heart Transplant, Blue Sabbath Black Cheer, Sutekh Hexen, Throbbing Gristle, as well as artists like Onielar, Diamanda Galas, and Cosey Fanni Tutti. The album features the artwork of Seattle by-way-of Bay Area visual artist Anima Nocturna (Carlos Melgoza) in collaboration with Joy Von Spain.
“TO END IT ALL‘s Scourge Of Woman full-length sounds like what would happen if drone/doom purveyors Khanate were forced into a blender with noisemakers Pharmakon and Lingua Ignota and forced to conduct devilish rituals.” — Decibel
“…a horrific, apocalyptic noise-scape full of the sounds of destruction, terror, and what sounds like skyscrapers being leveled.” — Treble on “Beast Filth”
“…dark, unsettling, and terrifying…” — Cvlt Nation on TO END IT ALL‘s “Lure”
“…a challenging beast… one of the most discomforting listening experiences I’ve ever had, on par with or exceeding much of Portal or Dodecahedron’s work…” — Angry Metal Guy