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Mamaleek's Kurdaitcha is finally back in print! The San Francisco-based duo released their third album of weirdo black metal, Kurdaitcha, on the legendary cult label Enemies List Home Recordings (Have a Nice Life, Giles Corey), and it quickly sold out. For years the LP has been a hard to find collector's item. Kurdaitcha finds the project in it's initial period of creating music influenced by black metal, hip hop, jazz, and spirituals. Founded in 2008 in the Bay Area by two anonymous brothers, Mamaleek has explored a vast sonic territory on the edge of a genre renown for it's aversion to change. Their expert utilization of left-field samples and unconventional instrumentation, and their insistent drive to experiment continues to set the band apart from their peers. This pressing of Kurdaitcha has been remastered and features a previously unreleased bonus track with a gold foil stamped jacket. "Mamaleek are the great destroyers." - Invisible Oranges "An incredibly rich and rewarding experience." -Heavy Blog Is Heavy "Is it good, though? It's fucking mental. It's amazing. It's absolutely horrible. It's barely listenable at times and yet you can't turn it off. The music is perfect. Like broken glass is perfect." -Echoes And Dust "The group cloaks it's music in the kind of warm, hypnotic distortion that defines shoegaze, and underneath that haze is a style that's conceptually abrasive yet altogether beautiful." - FORBES