Heavy Black Heart
|Heavy Black Heart|
|Artist||death's dynamic shroud|
Keith Rankin, James Webster (Artwork)|
James Webster (Across The Pacific Visual Art)
Orange Milk Records
Quiet Earth Records
|Release Date||July 6, 2018 (Vinyl)|
experimental; brave new america; emoji; internet; nuwrld; plunderphonics; vaporwave; videogame (death's dynamic shroud)
|death's dynamic shroud|
|Previous Release||CLASSROOM SEXXTAPE|
|Next Release||Across The Pacific|
Heavy Black Heart is an album by death's dynamic shroud. It is considered the follow-up to I'll Try Living Like This. The album was first released on cassette through Orange Milk Records, later pressed on vinyl through Quiet Earth Records.
|1||A1||CD Player IV||5:28|
|2||A2||Tell Me Your Secret||3:10|
|3||A3||My Turned-Off Phone||4:22|
|4||A4||Nothing Like This World (MV)||5:01|
|5||A5||Life Should Be Easy||5:35|
|6||B1||You At Night||7:15|
|8||B3||South God Queen||2:42|
|10||B5||Across The Pacific||3:32|
- Across The Pacific was not included on the vinyl release, likely due to album duration. It was instead included on a separate 7" release along with the B-side I'm Not Sad Anymore.
The outmoded name of what now appears as a red heart in the emoji alphabet - a holdover from the solid black ASCII heart character. The idea of misinterpretation through "legacy support" obsolescence. The fear of abandonment, or worse, being patronized long after losing relevance - and yet trying to savor all the joy that comes between youth and death. A cautious celebration, with the surreal dread of existence permeating from a colorful emotional core.
TODO: Physical media scans.
- Bandcamp Album (death's dynamic shroud)
- Bandcamp Album (Orange Milk Records)
- YouTube Trailer
- Discogs Page
- Rate Your Music Page
- Last.fm Page