WAND return in 2015 with a follow up to their 2014 debut with a second crushing space rock epic. Golem comes released on vinyl by In The Red Recordings and on cassette by Riding Easy Records.
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Fleeting Youth Records in Austin, TX is readying the debut cassette from Toronto-based witch-punk outfit THE BATS PAJAMAS. Aside from their new tape, titled No Hello, the band previously self-released their first full-length and two other EPs since July, 2010.
“Wrong House” is an impeccably scuzzy affair, built with tinny shreds of guitar and muffled vocals that change from troubled howls to blood-curdling screams in a matter of seconds. This all produces a strangely terrifying sound from the trio, who are currently gearing up for a full-fledged tour through Canada, which includes stops at NXNE and Canadian Music Week. On top of that, they’re already recording songs for another whole album.
“Wrong House” comes together with crumbling guitars and a loose rhythm, sounding as grungy, dark and disheveled as punk rock would be after it’s been lost and roaming the streets for months without a home. Guitar hooks offer sharp and spiny angles, coming off blunt and jagged as if they were ripped right out of a piece of sheet metal. Get an earful of their frightening sound right below, then sit tight as Fleeting Youth releases the cassette on May 26th – pre-order it now!
Genre/ Tags: Punk, Post-Punk, Grunge, Doom
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It’s an album that begins with a beating and ends with a suicide. SUNN O))) and SCOTT WALKER’s collaborative album, Soused, is certainly one that’s drenched with the heavy feedback layers of Scott’s new robe-wearing doom-metal compatriots. Continue reading “Scott Walker and Sunn O))) – Soused” →
Recorded between March and April of 2013, BARDUS consists of three guys who live in Northeast Philadelphia. Solus is their first full-length recording, delivering over 27 minutes of hard and sludgy punk rock. Continue reading “Bardus – Solus” →
After a string of solid 7″ singles, FUZZ is back with their debut self-titled LP for In the Red Recordings. The record was released in two versions – a regular edition and a deluxe edition complete with a fuzzy velvet sleeve, foil-embossed lettering and clear vinyl with black splatters. Continue reading “Friday’s Find: Fuzz – s/t LP” →
Detroit four-piece SROS LORDS drop their debut 7″ on the pleasantly titled Urinal Cake Records, offering up a mutated blend of doom-punk that will leave you feeling quite filthy. Continue reading “Sros Lords – Evil Spawn 7″” →
UNCLE ACID AND THE DEADBEATS might be a fairly new name to most people out there. With the way their sophomore LP “Blood Lust” quickly sold out, that statement will only hold true for so much longer. Continue reading “Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats – Blood Lust” →