Backed by the highest-profile collaboration of his career, Xavier Wulf released today (July 26) his new album East Memphis Maniac.

The SoundCloud pioneer's latest serves up ten tracks of typically ghoulish punk rap. Longtime partners in crime Bones, idontknowjeffrey, Chris Travis and Eddy Baker contribute features, as do Bankroll Rico, Madeintyo and Kohh. The project also includes Wulf's "Check It Out" remix with grime star Skepta.

Behind the boards, Memphis phenom Tay Keith contributes two beats on "Eastside Sliding" and "Request Refused." The latter song received visual treatment earlier this month. Squat Beats, Marcelo, Dave Marino and Go Grizzley, among others, also contribute production.

The "Fuck A Swisher" rapper celebrated the release with a show in Los Angeles last night (July 25) and is days away from embarking on tour with his Seshollowaterboyz squad. Wulf, Travis, Bones and Baker plan to hit 15 cities across the United States in August and September.

You can listen to Xavier Wulf's East Memphis Maniac, peruse the tracklist, and check out those tour dates below.

Xavier Wulf's East Memphis Maniac Tracklist

1. "Check It Out"
2. "Homecoming" featuring Bankroll Rico
3. "Eastside Sliding" featuring idontknowjeffrey and Chris Travis
4. "Request Refused"
5. "A Day's Routine (Interlude)"
6. "Mach Hunters" featuring Madeintyo
7. "Wake Walker"
8. "Riding Shotgun in Japan" featuring Kohh
9. "Check It out (Remix)" featuring Skepta
10. "Chaos Castle" featuring Eddy Baker, Chris Travis and Bones

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Seshollowaterboyz's American Wasteland Tour Dates

Aug. 2 — Dallas, Texas — The Bomb Factory
Aug. 3 — Houston, Texas — Warehouse Live
Aug. 5 — San Antonio, Texas — Alamo City Music Hall
Aug. 10 — Las Vegas, Nev. — Hard Rock Live
Aug. 16 — San Francisco, Calif. — The Regency Ballroom
Aug. 18 — Phoenix, Ariz. — The Press Room
Sept. 1 — Atlanta, Ga. — Masquerade
Sept. 2 — Greensboro, N.C. — Arizona Petes
Sept. 4 — Baltimore, Md. — Rams Head Live
Sept. 5 — Philadelphia, Penn. — District N9ne
Sept. 6 — New York, N.Y. — Irving Plaza
Sept. 9 — Detroit, Mich. — St. Andrews Hall
Sept. 12 — Cleveland, Ohio — The Odeon
Sept. 15 — Chicago, Ill. — Patio Theatre
Sept. 16 — Minneapolis, Minn. — Myth

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