Gazelle Twin's 'Belly of the Beast' is an urgent tribal rush that pants with fangs bared and hackles raised. Elizabeth Bernholz never loses her messianic focus, sounding sexually charged as she spits her dark spoken-word-vocals that betray the murder in her eyes. It's completely animalistic and enthralling in a primal way - consuming everything including supermarket banality into its burgeoning fury.

'Belly of the Beast' is taken from Gazelle Twin's forthcoming album Unflesh, and is available as a single from March 3rd.

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