Grindcore duo The Parasitic Twins return with Victim Unit collaboration

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Following on from a year of heavy touring around the UK, Europe and Asia, Hull grindcore two-piece The Parasitic Twins return with their latest effort. A 13-minute, one-track piece of experimental doom metal called Geminites which is out now through Man Demolish Records.

The track is the product of an intense collaboration with Reading depressive noise duo Victim Unit at the now defunct Melrose Yard Studios in York. Produced by Victim Unit’s Danny Page (Negative Thought Process), the work represents aural catharsis for both bands.

Page said: “The collaboration recording was created over one day between VU and The PT. The sound engulfs what we both represent as artists and spews back out a far more disgusting beast.”

The line-up for Geminites is: Danny Page (Guitar, Programming, Production), Lotta Ridgley (Vocals, Programming, Violin) Max Watt (Vocals, Guitar) and Dom Smith (Drums). 

Geminites follows on from a series of releases from TPT, including 2018’s All That’s Left To Do Now Is Sleep With Each Other and their split with crust punk mob The Carnival Rejects; The Parasitic Rejects. The six-track collaboration included their lo-fi heavy cover of the 90s classic ‘Spaceman’ by Babylon Zoo, all proceeds of the sale of the single were donated to The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).

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