King Buzzo debuts “I’m Glad I Could Help Out” video, forthcoming album shifts to a late summer release

King Buzzo With Trevor Dunn Photo By Mackie Osborne
King Buzzo With Trevor Dunn Photo By Mackie Osborne

King Buzzo, the venerable Melvins’ frontman, shares a second track from his forthcoming release, Gift of Sacrifice (Ipecac Recordings), debuting a video for the song “I’m Glad I Could Help Out.”

“’I’m Glad I Could Help Out’ is the only song on the album that was done in a single take,” explains Osborne of the new track which also features Mr. Bungle/Fantômas and Melvins Lite bass player Trevor Dunn. “Trevor and I recorded this in one live session and I couldn’t have been happier with what the result was.”

The video, which was created by Jesse Nieminen, arrives as Ipecac Recordings announces a shift from the 10-song album’s original release date of May 15th to August 14th.

“It’s no secret that these are strange times The music industry has been wounded as have most everyone else,” says Ipecac co-founder Greg Werckman. “The combination of the closure of our beloved indie record stores, delays and shutdowns of manufacturing plants and the lack of disposable income for many has given us no reasonable choice but to delay the release of this wonderful record. Fear not, music as you knew it, will eventually be back.”

The collection’s first single, “Science in Modern America” was made available earlier this year. Album pre orders, available as the same link, include CD, black vinyl, and limited edition hot pink and opaque tangerine variants available exclusively via the Ipecac webstore. Gift Of Sacrifice follows King Buzzo’s solo debut, This Machine Kills Artists released in 2014.

Gift of Sacrifice track list:
Mental Vomit
Housing, Luxury, Energy
I’m Glad I Could Help
Delayed Clarity
Junkie Jesus
Science in Modern America
Bird Animal
Mock She
Acoustic Junkie

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