NORTHLESS - World Keeps Sinking - Out Now
Artwork for our split with Primitive Man Revealed!
We're excited to announce our forthcoming split with Primitive Man, which will be released on Halo of Flies this summer! Ethan from PM did the artwork, and we couldn't be more stoked about how it looks. We can't wait for you to hear it.
You may have noticed that there aren't any Northless shows coming up. We're taking some time to write new material through the winter for a set of splits we'll be participating in next year. We're intensely grateful for the support you've shown us, and look forward to next year, which will see us doing our first west coast tour (with Primitive Man), as well as releasing a bunch of new material and generally being as loud as possible at all times.
ArtsExtract interview with Erik
On ‘World Keeps Sinking,’ guitarists Erik Stenglein and Nicholas Elert noticeably focus more on crafting twisty, patiently unfolding melodies, and bassist Jerry Hauppa both complements those melodies and undergirds them with a sludgy rumble. Drummer John Gleisner helps the songs hang together in unlikely ways, for instance as ‘World Keeps Sinking’ track “Kuru” pivots from a steady, trudging doom... Read More
Spring 2014 Updates
We've added a ton of shows for the summer, with a few more yet to be ironed out and scheduled. Our two shows for the second weekend in June have been cancelled, through factors beyond our control.
We're working on new material, for a couple of upcoming splits that we are very excited about. We also have added a couple of live recordings to our bandcamp page, and should have our web store up and running soon.
No rest for the wicked.
World Keeps Sinking Makes Express Milwaukee's List of Essential Albums of 2013
"Ironically, despite its greater immediacy, World Keeps Sinking might be an even bleaker listen than Clandestine Abuse. The group’s accounts of societal self-destruction are more chillingly vivid than ever."
World Keeps Sinking Makes Milwaukee AV Club's Top 15 of 2013
"The thing that unites the album, and the entire Northless catalog, is the visceral combination of anguish and outrage, exemplified not only in the fatalistic lyrics of songs like 'Last Of Your Kind' and 'Wither And Escape,' but in the layers of discord and ballistic aggression in 'Communion' and the epic masterpiece 'Passage.'