We Are Hex’s new conjuring is a two-song 7″. The b-side is the already-acclaimed “Tongues,” a nasty little ripper which premiered in video-form on CVLT Nation. The a-side is “W.D.M.R.S.” named for the groundbreaking 1960s band Coven’s record Witchcraft Destroys Minds and Reaps Souls. The high priestess herself, Jinx Dawson of Coven, guests on the track, joining her voice to lament, “goddamn the ghouls again, they fall like leaves when the summer ends.”
This is just the latest in a trail of We Are Hex 7″s that have included “Lewd Nudie Animals,” produced by Jon Spencer, and “Twist the Witch’s Titty,” produced by Jack White. Pressed on white and black swirled vinyl.
"Soaked in grime, fuming a miasma of toxins as intoxicating as it is noxious, We Are Hex is a hoodoo conjurer’s wet nightmare." - Popmaters
"No description of their sound I’ve ever read or conjured has done [We Are Hex] proper justice. P.J. Harvey’s name gets dropped a lot, the long shadow of goth is definitely hovering over this band, and they bring the obtuse angles of post-punk and the abrasions of ‘90s underground rock to the mix too, but you really have to hear it to get it." - Dangerous Minds
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