Salem Readies New EP, Covers Alice Deejay
Apart from periodically entrancing/infuriating crowds with a series of live shows, Michigan-based goth/noise outfit Salem has kept a fairly low profile in 2011. It was little more than a year ago that the group graced the cover of XLR8R, and now the trio is ready to unveil the follow-up to its divisive debut album, King Night. On November 22, IAMSOUND will be releasing I'm Still in the Night (artwork above), a four-song EP that happens to include a cover of Alice Deejay's 1999 cheese-trance anthem, "Better Off Alone." Salem has gone ahead and put together a video for their version of the song, a clip that centers around footage of Gisele Bündchen and a fleet of paparazzi. The video is below, along with the complete EP tracklist.
I'm Still in the Night EP:
01 I'm Still in the Night
02 Better Off Alone
03 Baby Ratta