The Gaslamp Killer - 'Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck For Fun' Out Now

In anticipation of the release of his debut full-length album Breakthrough, The Gaslamp Killer offers a taste of the ominous urgency that infiltrates his sound with Flange Face / Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun. Hear a first taste of the track on Pitchfork and buy now at the Ninjashop.

“Flange Face (with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)” rattles into being from a scratchy dissonance and soon descends into a distorted, doom-filled drama. Twisted with tension and hemmed in by a smack of solemn strings, the track operates on a frequency of pure horror. “Flange Face (Low End Theory Edit)” takes it to the club, a bass-heavy gut puncher stripped down to the beats.

With loose drums and a rash of razor-covered synths, “Seven Years of Bad Luck for Fun (with Dimlite)” unsettles into a bath of cold shudders. Inky shadows lurk just beneath the surface, dark reflections of the monsters that are strung between the beats.

Breakthrough will be released 17 September and you can pre-order now at the Ninjashop.