Listen to Deafheaven’s new live version of Ordinary Corrupt Human Love standout “Glint” from their forthcoming live album 10 Years Gone, available via Sargent House on December 4th.
Set to embark on a world tour earlier this year to celebrate the ten year anniversary of demo, their first EP, and everything that’s come after, the band had to switch gears when COVID cancelled all gatherings across the world by announcing a live rendition of the set they had planned to perform.
For the past ten years, San Francisco rock / post-metal luminaries Deafheaven have built one of the most compelling discographies in metal, one that has challenged both the modus operandi and perceptions of the genre. Each critically acclaimed release widened the scope of their particular views of what rock and metal can be, capped by their most innovative album to date in 2018’s Ordinary Corrupt Human Love. It all began though, with the 2010, four-song demo released to Bandcamp by the bands founding members George Clarke and Kerry McCoy, which includes the first song they ever wrote in “Daedalus.”