Second Spring #1: Kevin McCormick’s “Storm Front.”

Inspired by Craig Breaden’s brilliant 104-part Soundstream, I’ve decided to post music that reveals that rock and jazz (and some other forms of music) are not the end of western civilization, but the culmination of western civilization up to this point in time.

A second spring, if you will.

For our first entry, from our own cherished progarchist, Kevin McCormick.  This from his 1999 album, SQUALL.  “Storm Front.”

Immerse yourself.

One thought on “Second Spring #1: Kevin McCormick’s “Storm Front.”

  1. Trial and error experimentation in all spheres sounds like an attribute of civil society, savage tribes do not even accept deviations in face paint or dress code. In that sense, I think the mere existence of things like black metal sort illustrates the pinnacle of Western civilization.

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