Corrosive Shroud is the second album from Birmingham band khost, following the 2014 debut Copper Lock Hell.
The album has a singular theme: inside the hand-me-down concrete relics in which we necessarily live and from which we draw perceptions. The music is the sound of lightless blocks, oxygen-starved sheds and apparitions, using stark and unrefined found sounds stacked against Khost’s massively detuned guitars.
The album includes Eugene Robinson of Oxbow and Syan who add their stories to the narrative, along with personnel Jo Quail, Daniel Buess, Gustave Savy and featuring a contribution from Tel Aviv-based Hostage.
2. Revelations Vultures Jackals Wolves
3. Black Rope Hell
4. A Shadow On The Wound
7. Red Spot
10. Avici, Hostage Remix
Old Europa Cafe AVS