BANGLADEAFY Embarks On East Coast Tour Run This Weekend; Band Working On Follow-Up To Narcopaloma EP – Earsplit Compound

Bangladeafy
[photo by Nick Spadafora]

NYC tech-metal-mangling duo BANGLADEAFY embarks on a short East Coast run of shows this week to close out the year. Joined by Cryptodira, the band has confirmed shows in Baltimore this Friday, December 16th, Philadelphia on Saturday the 17th, and their hometown of Brooklyn, this Sunday, December 18th.

These will be BANGLADEAFY’s final shows for 2016, as the band will spend the Winter months finishing the songwriting for their next release, the follow-up to this year’s lauded Narcopaloma EP. Additional news on the next release as well as Spring tour dates will be issued early in the new year.

Stream Narcopaloma at THIS LOCATION, see the “Say It With Your Chest” video HERE, and watch a Gear Gods playthrough video HERE.

Narcopaloma is out now on Nefarious Industries; place orders for the CD and digital HERE.

BANGLADEAFY w/ Cryptodira:
12/16/2016 Sidebar – Baltimore, MD
12/17/2016 Fire Shot Drive In – Philadelphia, PA
12/18/2016 Sunnyvale – Brooklyn, NY (matinee)

BANGLADEAFY issued their Narcopaloma EP through Nefarious Industries in August, the record capturing the attention of media outlets everywhere including Noisey, who issued, “The NYC duo’s ultra-complex blurts of drum and bass insanity pebble-dash the inside of your skull like Satan’s own toilet bowel, and Narcopaloma, their new EP, comes off like Lightning Bolt and the Melvins eating big, greedy spoonfuls of each other’s candy-colored vomit.” MetalSucks praised, “the only way the band’s name could be even more accurate is if it was ‘Bangladeafinitelygreatmusicians.’ The skill with which these two dudes create spazzy mathcore ensures that they’re more than just a band with a great gimmick… it’s a noodly maze that defies easy categorization and demands repeat listens.” Metal Injection hails, “The mostly instrumental drum and bass duo sound like the bastard child of Primus, Rush and Animals As Leaders… Ehlers’ spastic and busy bass work is matched in intensity by Haq’s drums. The swirling fusion-like rhythms and subtle keyboard swells are the audio equivalent of an amusement park ride that leaves you breathless when it’s over and makes you immediately get in line to ride it again.”

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