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New Skirt Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Reinstate the Guillotine is the second album from heavy-psych power trio Skirt. Chock full of riffs, the band delivers songs that surge and sear in a ragged, rippin' fashion. Oozing with an unrelenting intensity, there’s an immediacy to the messages, which leave a lasting impact. It's heavy not merely in its sound, but also in the themes it explores.

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Gloin - Wild New Single, Lee's Palace 02.08

Lo-Fi Psych group Gloin are getting ready to release a new EP this spring. The first single has now debuted and it’s a very adventurous garage/psych tune. Thumpin’ drums set the tone off the top of "Cha Cha". Followed along by a mix of chuggin’ reverby guitar and 80’s pop sounding synth. The vocals sound like she’s singing on the other side of the hall but the angry tone makes up for that. The track switches to a laid back, surfy vibe for a minute before getting’ really heavy. This track will keep you guessing but it’s cool all the way through. Gloin plays Lee’s Palace on February 8th with Kaleidoscope Horse, TEKE TEKE and World News. - Kris Gies





New Rosetta EP Available for Streaming & Download

Sower of Wind is the new EP from Rosetta, which was recently released via Pelagic Records. Ambient soundscapes toe a threshold between somber & soothing, while exploring mysterious terrain. The ominous beauty envelopes in a bone-chilling calm. You can find Rosetta as part of the Decibel Metal & Beer Fest 2019 on Sunday, April 14 at The Fillmore Philadelphia.

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New BANDIT Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Warsaw, the latest album from grindcore trio BANDIT, was recently released via Cricket Cemetery. Brutal instrumentation tears ahead as raw, rapid-fire lyricism cuts to the core.The songs diffuse the pressure in cathartic bursts. The album eventually closes with the blunt force of grief and the calming beauty of a Polish folk song.

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Zøume brings industrial-metal to the Knit on 12.21

Industrial rock seems to be experiencing a timid reinassaince in NYC - and that's better than nothing, considering how much of a niche genre it is. Brooklyn quartet Zoume is blending the genre's clangy electronic sounds and apocalyptic atmospheres with post-hardcore, metalcore, and even hip hop influences, forging an imaginative hybrid bound to become the soundtrack of anybody's favorite nightmares. Those interested in a radical break from Christmas music should not miss their show at The Knitting Factory on December 21st.

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