City Slab Horror album cover
City Slab Horror

Severed Heads

Ink Records

Severed Heads achieved that most unexpected of results — a radical, truly experimental aesthetic getting major label funding, at least in Australian terms — by the mid-1980s, with the City Slab Horror album feeling like a transmission from a strange robot world that wasn’t so much inhuman as coolly removed. But greatly interested in humanity’s noise regardless, with both intense and strangely serene songs like “We Have Come To Bless This House” and “Now, An Explosive New Movie” hitting the beats hard while creating a disorienting atmosphere.

Ned Raggett

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