Doom and stoner band Space Coke have released their interpretation of the classic Danzig track “Twist of Cain.” The song (featuring Xothun, stream it below) is taken from their album ‘Lunacy,’ which is out today.
The band comment, “Here’s the cover we put on our new album “Lunacy” picked from the self titled Danzig album. Twist of Cain has always been one of my favorite songs and I felt like it needed the Space Coke treatment. Especially the experience of hearing it with Moses’ Hammond organ riffs! We made the ending count be 666 for extra occult spice.”
Regarding the new record, they add: “We have an origin theme that a trip to space is a breakaway from a society gone mad. A planet that has built up civilizations based on power and oppression. Also mix that with the SPACE COKE scene from Cheech and Chong’s movie. Reno grew up in a diverse multicultural household and likes his music and musical companions to reflect that. SPACE COKE is aural magic to ground us in how small our planet and its affectations are in an immeasurable existence.”
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