With their debut collaborative album one week from release, Bishop Nehru and DOOM are back in the Booth with another buzzworthy single off the LP. True to its name, Caskets features the dynamic duo f**king killing it. The victim this time around is a head-noddable DOOM production driven by a fluid bassline. After he and Nehru are done delivering their complex, wordplay-packed bars, his instrumental switches gears, transitioning into a light, jazzy outro featuring a sampled inspirational monologue on survival and the importance of doing you. Fans will be able to find this cut, the previously featured Darkness and much more on NehruvianDOOM, set to hit record stores and online retailers next Tuesday, September 23.
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