Justin Pearson and Gabe Serbian, “Old Age Lasts Too Long”

Jes Skolnik

Longtime collaborators in the delightfully (and uncompromisingly) freaky and theatrical powerviolence spectacle that is The Locust, noisegrind “supergroup” Head Wound City, and the short-lived but much-venerated Holy Molar, Justin Pearson and Gabe Serbian have recorded a 7-inch of exclusive music to accompany Pearson’s cinematic debut in Asia Argento‘s film Incompresa (Misunderstood). Finally released in the US on September 25 of this year, Incompresa is a moving tale of adolescent anarchic alienation and complication (Pearson plays Charlotte Gainsbourg’s extramarital boyfriend); “Old Age Lasts Too Long”, the A-side of the new single, is appropriately, joyfully destructive, all hiss and screel. It sounds like 1:20 of the best and worst parts of being inside a teenager’s head, processed through Pearson and Serbian’s trademark chaos.

You can listen to the entire 7-inch via Self-Titled, where the pair premiered their new work this morning. The 7-inch is available on limited edition color vinyl (of course) from Pearson’s label Three One G now.

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