As Always, the New HEALTH Record Is Darker, Heavier, and Dirtier

Before the release of “VOL. 4 :: SLAVES OF FEAR,” Jake Duzsik talks us through the many phases of his experimental noise rock band—and the single aesthetic that unifies them.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Sound on Sound Fest (11/4–6/2016)

Rain wreaked a bit of havoc on the fest’s inaugural affair outside Austin, but it was an only-fitting dramatic backdrop for the likes of Explosions in the Sky, Beach House, and Thee Oh Sees.

Welcome to the Jungle: Coachella 2016 Lineup Announced

Once again, no Bowie.

PREMIERE: Legends of German Experimental Punk Scene Die Goldenen Zitronen Stream New LP, “Flogging a Dead Frog”

Lead single “If I Were a Sneaker” addresses European attitudes toward immigration.

LISTEN: HEALTH Break Down “Death Magic” Single “Stonefist” On the Latest “Song Exploder” Podcast

Get a glimpse of the LA noise band’s songwriting process.

WATCH: HEALTH Get Grisly in Video for “Stonefist”

Cheerleaders! Surgical instruments!

HEALTH, “Death Magic”

Despite a couple of misses, HEALTH have made a great electro-pop record, and their signature blasts of noise and feedback lend it a fresh and acerbic edge.

LISTEN: HEALTH Share Brutal, Beautiful “Death Magic” Cut “Men Today”

The latest single from the group’s August 7 LP.

Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks

Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of June 8–12, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.

WATCH: If You Need to Talk, Call HEALTH, Who Are Back With a Gnarly Video for “New Coke”

In case you haven’t met your quota for extended cuts of slo-mo vomiting today.


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