LP released: May 17, 2024

1. More
2. A Heavy Sigh
3. Out Of Reach
4. Mammoth
5. Beyond Gone
6. Fountain
7. Life Will Wait
8. Less

Limited edition pressing of stunning 'Pink & Black Swirl' vinyl with 10% of all sales proceeds donated to the
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Charitable Fund.
Human Worth are proud to present the immense new album 'It Gets Worse' from Norwich based two-piece Kulk, with a portion of
proceeds donated to charity.
Kulk's latest album 'It Gets Worse' comes two and a half years after the release of their thunderous and experimental sophomore
album 'We Spare Nothing' which saw them further define their unique and monolithic brand of heavy doom and sludge and sees the
band mature massively in sound as well as cementing their place as the future of UK heavy music. Jade Ashleigh (drums) and Thom
Longdin (vocals and guitar) have defined their sound massively across this release, focusing on louder and more aggressive cuts
throughout this 8 track album.
The first half of 'It Gets Worse' gleefully drags us backwards through the sonic doom scape of the Kulk that we're familiar with
through wizzing saw noises, primal gurgles and chugging riffs. 'Mammoth' hits a new stride for the band and sticks to its name well,
elevating their sound into something unstoppable and stomping with much faster and aggressive passages than previous tracks. The
lead single 'Beyond Gone' turns a bleak and intoxicating stumble into a seriously cutting track and a good summary of the depth and
heaviness across the rest of the release. 'Life Will Wait' features Adam Sykes of Pigsx7 who approached the band about lending
some guest guitar to the album which was captured in an exciting on the road recording shredding session and summated in the
moments of respite and versatility in songwriting.Their infamous live shows and voracious touring schedule have garnered a tight

cult of fans including genre traditionalists and complete outsiders alike due to their captivating displays of aggression and prowess in
artistic performance. If you haven't heard of Kulk yet then it's definitely time to start listening.
The album will be available to pre-order from 5th April and releasing in full on the 17th of May 2024 through Human Worth on vinyl
and digital - a UK charitable label showcasing incredible artists with a portion of all proceeds donated to help support those in crisis
and ensuring that bands are paid fairly. They've pressed up a limited edition of stunning 'Pink & Black Swirl' vinyl with a special
edition of signed copies, with 10% of all sales proceeds donated to the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Charitable Fund.