The monolithic collaboration between industrial-noise post-everything bands Uniform and The Body continues with a second entry,Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back, out August 16 on Sacred Bones.

Check out “Penance,” the first released track from the new album.

Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back is specifically culled from the immortal Bruce Springsteen effort Nebraska, joining a long line of literary and cinematic references that pepper the album. And while the title is specific to that lyric, the sentiment also ties in with author James Elroy and his notion that closure is an illusion, a conclusion found in his 1996 effort My Dark Places. Dealing with tragic loss is never a closed book, and the details, circumstances, and inherent emotions that surround coping never end, they just morph into something else, only to rear their ugly head again later in life.
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