Whether that's a deep love for the rap, rock and punk music that nurtured them, or a deep love for ripping up the blueprint and carving their own musical path, the New Jersey via L.A duo's second album SKIN is the fully-fleshed sound of the outsider refusing to exist on the outskirts anymore. The leaders of the Deathkult, Yeti Bones and theOGM, are officially back. Sweating their way up from hometown gigs in tiny basements in America to the stages of prolific music festivals across the globe, Ho99o9 command the attention of all who cross their path.
No-one can seem to decide what Ho99o9 is. For as long as they've been around, they've been known more for their atypical, boundary-breaking approach to music than they are known for one specific sound. Their sophomore album 'Skin' is a credit to that. Here, they've refined the art of going where many are afraid to go, and lean into pissing off diehards on both the punk and hip-hop side of things, all with a cheeky smile on their face.