Madlib and DOOM Officially Share "Avalanche," Announce Madvillain Figure

The track has been circulating online for years.

Avalanche cover art.
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Avalanche cover art.

It's not often these days that we get to hear about Madlib and DOOM at the same time, despite how hope for a follow-up to their landmark 2004 album Madvillainy​ persists. However, the duo have shared a track today, but it's not exactly new for a lot of fans. "Avalanche" has been floating around for years now, but has only just seen official release via Madlib's own label, Madlib Invazion.

Rather than being released under the Madvillain namesake, the song has been released as MF DOOM and Madlib, suggesting this is but a one-off. The "Avalanche" 7" vinyl will be accompanied by a new eight-inch-tall Madvillain figure, however, released via Rappcats. The impressive looking figurine was manufactured by South Korean toy manufacturer Blitzway, who previously worked on the J Dilla figurines. The figure is available to purchase with the vinyl here.

Listen to "Avalanche" below, and check out the figure here.

DOOM Figure.