Chat Pile’s “Slaughterhouse” is the song of the Oklahoma summer…

This past weekend, OKC-based nu-metal death rockers Chat Pile released their debut album – God's Country – to the streaming realm. It's been praised by the national music press, with everyone from Pitchfork to Paste lauding the work for its tone, style, and originality.


The album has been in heavy rotation at Ogle Manor all week, and after a few dozen listens, I'm ready to declare its debut single "Slaughterhouse" as the song of the Oklahoma summer.


It's loud, angry and powerful, yet also beautiful, harmonic, and hypnotic. It perfectly captures the mood of living in an overheated, fiery, right-wing hell like Oklahoma that only a band that arose from those red dirt ashes can create.


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