ATLiens And Woolymammoth Spook Us With “Sigil”

ATLiens And Woolymammoth Spook Us With “Sigil”
Chad Hirsch

Halloween is right around the corner, and with that being said it’s about time we started hearing spooky tracks in preparation for all the shows coming up. Combining forces on this unique collaboration are the mysterious ATLiens and San Francisco’s own Woolymammoth.  With eerie sounds, heavy bass, and a catchy yet creepy vocal hook, “Sigil” sounds like it came straight from the grave. The track switches up about 2/3 of the way through giving it a different somewhat more upbeat vibe until the vocals come back in to tie everything together. Along with the track comes this very dark music video which I’m sure many conspiracy lovers would consider “Illuminati-esque.” Take a look and get ready to spook yourself into Halloween.

ATLiens x Woolymammoth – SIGIL | Download |

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Chad Hirsch

Huge fan of electronic music and everything that surrounds it. Born and raised near Chicago.

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