Mental Wounds Not Healing

Uniform & The Body - Mental Wounds Not Healing
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2018 Ratings: #276 / 830
User Score
Based on 37 ratings
2018 Ratings: #347
June 8, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Sacred Bones / Label
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The Body, Uniform / Primary Artists
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The Line of Best Fit

Mental Wounds is a spectacular display of two bands continuing to push expectations and who’re willing to be the flagbearers for revision.

Northern Transmissions

The relatively quick-hitting Mental Wounds Not Healing is a collection of seven distilled, focused songs without unnecessary flourish.


Both acts mesh perfectly with each other, and Mental Wounds Not Healing is a brilliant, seamless collaboration.


Mental Wounds Not Healing is a good launch point for those eager to discover both The Body and Uniform. It’s also one of those rare collaborative efforts that perfectly combines the aesthetics of everyone involved.


Recorded around the same time the Body were finishing last month’s I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer, these seven songs are so brutally satisfying, they might leave some listeners wishing the collaboration were permanent—an impressive feat when you consider the strength of each act’s individual catalog.

FLOOD Magazine

Far from the sterilized bat-chomping arena metal of its namesake, Uniform and The Body have given us an equally chilling assessment of our national disharmony—horror movie conventions and all.

The 405

There’s much more good than bad to be found on Mental Wounds Not Healing, but what’s at a deficit is inspiration.

Extreme-metal titans and prolific collaborators the Body team with New York-based industrial duo Uniform on a brutally satisfying—and surprisingly melodic—joint album.

On Mental Wounds Not Healing, two compatible bands bring out the best in each other. The joint LP from Portland extreme-metal titans the Body and New York-based industrial duo Uniform finds both outfits pushing the most intense elements of their respective sounds into the red while scaling new melodic and ... read more
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Track List

  1. Dead River
  2. The Curse of Eternal Life
  3. Come and See
  4. The Boy with Death in His Eyes
  5. In My Skin
  6. We Have Always Lived in the Castle
  7. Empty Comforts
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Added on: May 17, 2018