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London's Black Time have carved a hefty reputation for themselves over the past few years through scattered tours across Europe and the US, numerous limited-edition 7-inch records, two dense yet danceable long-player albums, and a manifesto that, among other things, espouses "fuck and rage" and the "heavy vampire sound." Double Negative is the latest full-length in the Black Time canon. Fans of the band's previous output will not be disappointed, especially if they want to hear the fractured, art-damaged scree of their singles forged with the trebly garage punk of their two albums. The trio of Lemmy Caution, Janie Too Bad, and Mr. Stix outdo themselves here and turn in the most fully realized Black Time release to date. If you've been aching for Messthetics and Back From The Grave compilations, then look no further. Double Negative is the absinthe you've been wanting to drink. Known for their propensity for all things black, Black Time carries their theme of bleak darkness to the nth degree. With tracks like "Skeleton Factory," "Blot Out The Sun," "Little Death," and "I'm Gonna Haunt You When I'm Gone" (featuring lead vox by Janie), you know you're in for the feel-bad record of the year. Watch for Black Time to spread their bad vibes on their East Coast tour this fall. "Not for the faint-hearted at all, this is extreme rock 'n' roll at maximum; if you can listen to this twice in a row then you are extremely sick in the head." --Piccadilly Records "Performed and recorded with a technical finesse that makes Billy Childish sound like David Gilmour." --AMG "Black Time makes labelmates Pussy Galore and the Black Lips sound positively polished by comparison." --LA Weekly
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