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Evil Walks is the first widely available Crucial Blast release from Korperschwache after almost a decade of smaller, limited-run discs on the label's Crucial Bliss imprint. It's also the most focused work yet from this utterly demented Texas duo that started out in the mid '90s as a pure noise project but gradually evolved into the weird, lumbering black-dirge outfit they are today. The album features thumping, minimal drum-machine pounding courtesy of the relentlessly decisive Doktor Omega, droning dissonant riffs that veer from hypnotic noise to dismal quasi-black metal buzz and RKF's narcoleptic croaking and malevolent sneer bathed in reverb and amp skuzz. Guitars hum and drone while the distant howling of wolves and ear-piercing screams drift across the background. The experience is a mutant cross between late-'80s British psych / drone rockers Loop and notorious improv / black metal freakazoids Abruptum. It's not black metal, but Evil Walks is recommended to fans of the demented underground fringes inhabited by like-minded bands Utarm, Wrnlrd, Charnel House, Diapsiquir, Brobdingnagian, Mamaleek, Wormsblood or Lonesummer. The CD comes in a full-color digipack with illustrations by Nicole Boitos.