The Melvins' frontman King Buzzo just released his sophomore album "Gift Of Sacrifice," which features the work of bass player Trevor Dunn. The new nine track release begins with a short atmospheric instrumental, which leads you down the path to dark tones of "Housing, Luxury, Energy." The raw, acoustic strumming and deep bass groove only add to the stark, but effective tone of the song that allows King Buzzo's vocals to be front and center. The "psycho metal" music vibe of "I'm Glad I Could Help Out" takes on the starring role, as this song was recorded in a single take. The album takes a more experimental turn with the bass-infused jazz and odd time signature of "Junkie Jesus," while "Science In Modern America" sounds straight from the early days of the Seattle music scene in the nineties. King Buzzo closes out his new album with the funky bass-heavy sounding "Mock She," which is a reimagined copy of the Kiss classic "She," along with the chaotic climatic "Acoustic Junkie." To find out more about King Buzzo and his latest release "Gift Of Sacrifice," please visit kingbuzzo.bandcamp.com.