Time for the metal day! This song, the opener from the Static Tensions album, immediately stood out to me because the main lyric in the chorus “Dig them up”, presumably a reference to graves or grudges or feelings or something else metal, instead sounded like it was being sung as “Digganobs”, a thoroughly niche reference to the Warhammer 40k universe. Now, you might say that this a bad reason for being drawn to a song, and you may even be right, but there’s a proud tradition of misheard song lyrics to consider here. I’m sure everyone has their own favourite examples, metal is rife for it, no doubt, but I am personally very enamoured of the time that Enter Shikari spent an entire song trying to convince me that “I am a Bicycle!”. Anyway, I actually quite like this, in all its double drumming combined with over the top vocals splendour. It’s apparently from a genre called sludge metal (whatever that it), and is from an album called Static Tensions (2009, their fourth album), and from a place called Savannah (In Georgia, USA). All of those things took my fancy to a greater or lesser extent, and this song is pretty pumped even without the potential for a hilarious misheard lyric.