Early this year, Boston super group Czarface announced that they have a collaborative album in the works with rap’s greatest enigma, MF Doom. “Bombs Thrown” is the second bomb to drop following the “Nautical Depth” single from their forthcoming Czarface Meets Metalface.
Both tracks are laden with drums and MF Doom’s signature orchestral samples. The collaboration feels like a comic book superhero crossover. Epic themes, pop art single covers, and classic stop-motion action flick that accompanies their latest release.
MF Doom’s recent collaborative album Elevators I & II with Bishop Nehru was his first time producing an entire body of work in nearly a decade. Considering the production skill of Czarface, comprised of 7L & Esoteric and Wu-Tang’s Inspectah Deck, Doom might be constructing beats for some of the album’s deeper cuts. After all, the majority of his early production mimicked that of lo-fi superhero themes, which seems to be the basis of Czarface Meets Metalface. Fans have been begging for the collaborative effort since Doom was featured on “Ka-Bang” from Czarface’s critically acclaimed Every Hero Needs a Villain album from 2015.
Watch Czarface and MF Doom fight evil in “Bombs Thrown” above.