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Let's See If Your Valentine's Day Sounds Like Pharmakon's Agonizing "No Natural Order"

Ruminate on the callous nature of humanity with your boo.

Noisey Staff

Noisey Staff

Pharmakon has blessed us with another track from her Contact album and it sounds like literal crushing death. "No Natural Order" revolves around a pounding metal thud that was probably recorded from the IRL gates of hell, as well as Margaret Chardiet's screams, for nearly seven minutes.

According to a press release, the song concerns the Agent Smith-esque idea that "Our existence is chance by nature. No better than a hog or slab of stone. Just cells in a virus..." Given where society is heading, this may not be too far off the mark. Still, listen to "No Natural Order" and work it into tonight's playlist if you can.

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