Listen to Mutoid Man “Scrape the Walls”

Christ on a motherfucking crutch do we have a treat for you this morning, loyal readers: An exclusive premiere of a churning, kinetic track off what promises to be a seriously off the hook brilliant upcoming debut album from Mutoid Man, the new collaboration between Stephen Brodsky (CAVE IN) and Ben Koller (CONVERGE).
We asked Brodsky for a little background info on the song — “Scrape the Walls” — as well as a thumbnail sketch of the Mutoid Man origin story, and here is what he sent along:

“[This is] the first Mutoid Man song we wrote! It’s about people who lose their minds worrying over money. To come up with all this stuff, Ben and I riffed-out at a rehearsal space in Brooklyn for about a year. The material picks up from where we left off with the Cave In Shapeshifter/Dead Already cassingle, written with Ben in the band. The two of us ran with that sound and formula and took it as far as we could go.”

Keep up with the band on Facebook. For more information on the record and another streaming track, head over to Magic Bullet Records.