Hear Far-Out Fangtooth’s unreleased “Concrete Mystic”, see them open for Roky Erickson at Underground Arts

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Far Out Fangtooth | photo by Adam Wallacavage | courtesy of the artist

Gothic Philly outfit Far-Out Fangtooth split up after their 2013 LP Borrowed Time, but the four-piece reunites this weekend, opening for psychedelic rocker Roky Erickson of The 13th Floor Elevators. As if it couldn’t get any better, the band sent us an exclusive listen to a previously unreleased song. “Concrete Mystic” sees the band at their most doom-and-gloom, howling from the bottom of some forsaken pit. Halloween was only a couple days ago, so the song feels like a fitting conclusion to spooky season.

Meanwhile, Nick Kulp’s experimental project LUNACY has released Just The Beginning, a compilation of singles & EPs recorded over the last two years. Lunacy also dropped a music video for single “Sediment” last month, a nightmarish splicing of apocalyptic images.

See Roky Erickson and Far-Out Fangtooth this Saturday, November 3, at Underground Arts. Tickets + info here. Check out the new music below.

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