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'Physician, Heal Thyself' With This Crushing Track From SCIENTIST

Boasting a former member of Yakuza, Chicago-based sludge metal outfit Scientist released their album 10100||00101 late last year, which is probably part of the reason why it flew under the nose of most metalheads. We published a great review of it earlier this year, but since that didn't get this great band the exposure they deserve, perhaps this will…

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10100||00101 is being re-released via Hell Comes Home, complete with new cover art courtesy of Kuba Sokolski and the same great sludgy grooves and post-metal atmosphere that make it such a great listen. The inimitable Sanford Parker produced the effort, and even though the album is not technically new, we are pleased to premiere a lyric video for the track "Physician, Heal Thyself," which features a killer guest spot by Stavros Giannopolous from The Atlas Moth.

The track starts with a melodic little lick before giving way into a jagged groove, which is complimented nicely by the high pitched screeches of guitarist/vocalist Eric Plonka and Stavros, whose dual vocals create a tense mood throughout the song. Plonka commented:

“‘Physician Heal Thyself’ features vocalist and close friend of ours Stavros Giannopolous from The Atlas Moth who wrote the lyrics about a deeply personal time in his life. Musically it’s a little more adventurous than the rest of our stuff but it’s one of the most affecting tracks on the album.”

If you like what you hear, then we have another treat for you: stream the entirety of 10100||00101 below! Also, be sure to pre-order the album on a beautiful grey with red splatter LP here10100||00101 hits streets this Friday, Aug. 5.

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