Artwork by Heavy J & Stoger, thanks to  Deadly Prey Gallery

Artwork by Heavy J & Stoger, thanks to Deadly Prey Gallery

Sweet baby

goodness gracious.

El Michels Affair

has returned to the world

of the Wu-Tang Clan

with a follow-up

to Enter the 37th Chamber.

Now, eight years later

and with plenty of music

in between,

we Return

to the 37th Chamber.

The teaser was released

earlier this year

along with an incredible

animated video for "Iron Man",

but now we get

the entire album

in its Shaolin glory.

Featuring thirteen familiar

instrumentals, the LP

is handled

with “cinematic soul”

and paying plenty of homage

to the “sonic fog

that makes a RZA beat

so recognizable.”

This album is so great.

The kind you need on vinyl.

The kind of album

your parents

will appreciate

despite not knowing

about Chef Raekwon

or Tony Starks.

“Tearz”, a personal favorite, 

comes complete

with Lee Fields and The Shacks,

who we covered earlier.

It's everything you need

as spring turns to summer.