CODE Vocalist Launches BEASTMILK

Vocalist Kvohst of the British/Norwegian black metal project CODE has formed a new band called BEASTMILK with some friends in Helsinki, Finland. He describes as the group's music as "our own take on esoteric punk music... but I guess I would describe it as 30% THE CURE, 30% JOY DIVISION, 20% MISFITS, 20% DEAD KENNEDYS, with lyrics influenced by Crowley and Anton Wilson, with some PATTI SMITH, SIOUXIE AND THE BANSHEES and SONIC YOUTH vocal influences thrown all around there for good measure."

BEASTMILK has posted a couple of tracks — "The Wind Blows Through Their Skulls" and "Blood Under The Mill" — on its MySpace page and is planning on releasing them soon on a "cassette tape."

"Resplendent Grotesque", the second album from CODE, was released on June 1, 2009. According to the band, the follow-up to 2005's "Nouveau Gloaming" contains "songs of necrospiritual dust and desertion, crafted by bony hands in blackbird gloves."


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