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
04 Krawl

Previous post

Time Wharp "(M. Constant's escape from) thedungeon"

Next post

Throwing Snow to Helm Next Local Action Release