Oklahoma City’s Chat Pile have actually revealed a brand-new split EP with Kansas City’s Nerver. The four-song release is called Brothers in Christ, and it comes out April 14 (through Reptilian/The Ghost Is Clear). The very first offering from the EP is Chat Pile’s “Cut,” which singer Raygun Busch stated was motivated by Stephen King. Hear it listed below. “‘ Cut’ is a tribute to the brief fiction of King,” Busch discussed, “especially ‘The Man Who Loved Flowers,’ ‘Strawberry Spring,’ and ‘The Jaunt.'” Chat Pile bassist Stin included, “These tracks were composed and tape-recorded after we tracked God’s Country.” He continued, “We wished to utilize this release as a purposeful reason to change equipments and totally lean into our more indie and alt-rock propensities. Slint, Sonic Youth, Guided by Voices, and Starfish’s Stellar Sonic Solutions were definitely on our minds at the time.” Check out God’s Country at No. 39 in “The 50 Best Albums of 2022.” Bro in Christ EP: 01 Nerver: “Kicks in the Sky” 02 Nerver: “The Nerve” 03 Chat Pile: “King” 04 Chat Pile: “Cut”.