Goregäng (The Absence, Etc.) Premiere Video For Cover Of White Zombie’s “Electric Head, Part 1 (The Agony)”

Goregäng (The Absence, etc.) have premiered a new video for their cover of White Zombie’s “Electric Head, Part 1 (The Agony).” This track is from the band’s new EP “Long Live The Grime,” which will be released on April 30. Taylor Nordberg commented:

“I don’t think there was a whole lot of planning went into the cover. Most of our ideas come to life really quick. I think I had a passing idea that it would be cool to cover with this band, then I think I just pumped the music out and surprised Jeramie, then the next day we just had a blast coming up with all the sound effects and noises for the song, and laying down the vocals. We wanted to do a super 90’s style video for the song as well, just something fun, and I think we nailed it. Old horror movies, dancers, aviator sunglasses…classic Zombie!”

Goregäng (The Absence, Etc.) To Release New EP “Long Live The Grime” In April

Goregäng (The Absence, etc.) will be releasing a new EP titled “Long Live The Grime” on April 30. You can find a teaser for that effort below:

“Long Live The Grime” Track Listing:

01. “Born. Slave. Death.”
02. “Pernicious Thief”
03. “Long Live The Grime”
04. “Farm The Mother”
05. “Electric Head Part 1 (The Agony)” (White Zombie cover)
06. “A Cavity In Reality” Intro (live)
07. “False Flags” (live)
08. “Plague Of Hammers” (live)
09. “Cathedral Of Chemicals” (live)

Taylor Nordberg commented:

“We are very excited about this next step in Goregäng’s story. We started this band with a goal to do everything in-house, to do it all ourselves. We ended up having the first full-length put out on Transcending Obscurity Records, which was a great release and we were stoked to be a part of their label, but we are excited to get back to doing it in-house.

We’ve come up with a pretty cool release for this EP, including a limited edition box set available with all sorts of goodies in it. We have tons of new music coming out soon, but for this EP it’s 4 new songs, a White Zombie cover, and 4 live tunes. Long Live The Grime!”