Iceage have released a new track from their forthcoming album, with a video to boot. “Ecstasy” is a determinedly noisy two minutes and thirty seconds of visceral release that puts us in mind of Joy Division. Fittingly, its accompanying visuals are either going to make you either really want to go to an Iceage show, or forever turn you off to the idea––all dependent on your tolerance for a bit punk catharsis (read: moshing and making out in grimy basements). “Ecstasy” is the second single from the Copenhagen punks’ forthcoming You’re Nothing LP, which is out February 19 on Matador. Check out the Catherine Pattinama Coleman directed video below.
New: Iceage – “Ecstasy”
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