Over the summer, trip-hop pioneer Tricky announced that he would be releasing an autobiography called 'Hell Is Round the Corner'.
He's now shared a trailer for the book ahead of its October 31st release. You can watch it below.
The autobiography takes its name from a track that featured on Tricky's 1995 debut album, 'Maxinquaye'. The book will see him look over his career from its early years until now, and also touches upon his mother’s suicide when he was a child as well as other events that influenced his life and work.
'Hell Is Round the Corner' was written by Tricky in collaboration with music journalist Andrew Perry. Contributions also come from family, friends, industry insiders and similarly rebellious music heads such as Happy Mondays' Shaun Ryder.
Tricky was known as an early collaborator of Massive Attack's whose work was also the subject of a book earlier this year called 'Out of the Comfort Zone'.
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