10 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With their never-ending chaotic rhythms, Dope Body sound as if they could rattle themselves apart at any moment, making Natural History so riveting. The most violent jam, “Beat,” is a noise rocker built atop battering bass and robotic drums, while “Out of My Mind”—grungy post-hardcore that gradually morphs into brutally percussive prog—is a close second. The band also offers up a clutch of killer hooks throughout, and Andrew Laumann’s slurred yowls surf on surging waves of fuzz in “Weird Mirror.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

With their never-ending chaotic rhythms, Dope Body sound as if they could rattle themselves apart at any moment, making Natural History so riveting. The most violent jam, “Beat,” is a noise rocker built atop battering bass and robotic drums, while “Out of My Mind”—grungy post-hardcore that gradually morphs into brutally percussive prog—is a close second. The band also offers up a clutch of killer hooks throughout, and Andrew Laumann’s slurred yowls surf on surging waves of fuzz in “Weird Mirror.”

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