The Bad Seed Kill Switch 2

The sequel to the boom bap classic ‘Kill Switch’ from The Bad Seed x Team Demo is on its way. ‘Kill Switch 2: The Devil’s Rejects‘ is now available for purchase on Bandcamp, but will soon hit all digital streaming platforms in the coming weeks as The Bad Seed once again teams up with Team Demo to deliver another crafty concept album for the culture.

This time around, Seed enlists assistance from Honey Dinero and Stuck B as they further explore the concept of ‘art imitating life’. “Kill Switch looked at how and / or if art imitates life from a literary point of view, but this time we’ve built on the concept to look at films and whether watching a horror movie can make someone ‘go bad” The Bad Seed reflects. The album is an ‘audio film’ emulating the movie Devils Rejects with The Bad Seed starring as ‘Otis’, Honey Dinero stars as ‘Baby’ and Stuck B delivers the role of ‘J.T Spaulding’.

Already one of the games hardest working artists, The Bad Seed continues to sharpen his pen game and his art with this concept album. “I want to push the boundaries” says Seed. “Not a lot of artists are doing concept albums anymore, so I wanted to not only do one, but deliver a great one, and I feel we’ve done that”.

Kill Switch 2 Tracklist

Kill Switch 2: The Devil’s Rejects is a collaborative project from The Bad Seed, Honey Dinero and Stuck B. The entire project has been produced by Team Demo and it features cuts from Tone Spliff as well as guest appearances from Innocent?, Napsndreds, Thirstin Howl III, Napoleon Da Legend and more.

To purchase this album now visit https://thebadseed6.bandcamp.com/ or stay tuned for its release on all streaming sites from 2 March, 2021.

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