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Zach Hill releases solo album this week, featuring impressive guests (including Devendra Banhart, No Age, members of Prefuse 73, Deerhoof, Tera Melos)

Posted on 18 October 2010 by James Gentry

Massively talented and incessantly collaborative drummer Zach Hill (see a semi-comprehensive list of projects here) releases his second solo album, Face Tat this week via Sargent House.

The 13-track album features an impressive list of contributors, including Devendra Banhart, No Age (Dean Spunt and Randy Randall), Guillermo Scott Herren (Prefuse 73), Greg Saunier (Deerhoof), Carson McWhirter (Hella), Nick Reinhart (Tera Melos, Bygones) and Robby Moncrieff (Raleigh Moncrieff). Fans can listen to the complete album via AOL Spinner all this week.

Pitchfork recently premiered the video for “The Primitives Talk” (or, view on YouTube). The mind-searing video was directed by visual artist Steph Davidson. Another video, “The Sacto Smile” featuring the girl from the album cover art on a violent rampage, was released earlier this year.

Face Tat is available everywhere via Sargent House on October 19th, 2010.

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