Release Date: August 12, 2022
Jacket features embossed logo with spot UV gloss and matte finish
5026 x Metallic Gold Standard Gram
1028 x White Standard Gram *North America Indie Retail Exclusive* (Not available through Relapse.com)
978 x Orange Krush Standard Gram *Relapse.com Exclusive*
533 x Milky Clear with Halloween Orange and Black Splatter Standard Gram *Relapse.com Exclusive*
410 x Milky Clear and Orange Krush Half 'n Half with Brown and Black Splatter Standard Gram *Band Exclusive* (Not available through Relapse.com)
240 x Halloween Orange, White and Black Tri Color Merge with Halloween Orange, White and Black Splatter Standard Gram *Relapse.com Exclusive*
140 x Custom Vertigo Merge: Black Inside Halloween Orange Inside Milky Clear Standard Gram *Relapse.com Exclusive*
100 x Clear (Not available to the public - Friends of band and label only)
The legendary BORIS celebrate a 30 year career as one of experimental music's most forward-thinking, heavy, and innovative bands with the new album Heavy Rocks (2022). Continuing their series of Heavy Rocks records, BORIS once again channels the classic proto-metal sounds of the 70s into something all new.
The album, 10 pulse-pounding tracks, highlight the very trajectory of BORIS and their storied career - from the driving, fuzzed out Rock N' Roll opener "She is Burning", to the punk, raucous "My Name is Blank", BORIS are heavier than ever before. "Question 1" is just kickass - D-beats give way to a doomed, spaced out and heavier-than-anything guitar wailing and feedback, before diving back into their Metal, sending the listener into a complete frenzy. This is unmistakably BORIS, and this is the band at the height of their powers.
Elsewhere on the record, a more daring, "out there" side of the band begins to shine on tracks such as the aptly titled "Blah Blah Blah", the industrial "Ghostly Imagination" and the truly wild "Nosferatou". Noisy passages (not unlike prior collaborations with legendary artists like Merzbow,) collide with visceral vocal howls while a relentless, almost Zornian-saxophone shreds harder than any guitar solo ever could.
In 2022, BORIS cement what Heavy Rock means to them, and release one of their most captivating records to date.