Biography

Tape Eater is four friends who have originated from differing corners of Massachusetts’ south coast only to find common place in a run down, mold filled textile mill in New Bedford.

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TAPE EATER: Bleeders Out Today on Limited Edition Cassette Tape

Nefarious Industries is proud to bring you this very special limited cassette release of Bleeders, the debut EP from New Bedford-based newcomers Tape Eater.

Recorded, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Lisboa at Soundbox Recording in New Bedford, Mass., Bleeders is an intimidating wall of bludgeoning sludge metal: harsh, melodic, complex in it’s form, and brutally raw in it’s delivery. Bleeders is limited to 70 hand-numbered cassette tapes, 50 red, 20 clear, and features alternate artwork by Markus Spiske.

Purchase the cassette EP, or pay what you want for the download, RIGHT HERE.

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TAPE EATER: Bleeders Limited Cassette Release Friday 3/13 at No Problemo

New Bedford-based Tape Eater will be performing this Friday March 13th at No Problemo to celebrate the limited cassette release of their debut EP Bleeders (streaming in full below).

Recorded, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Lisboa at Soundbox Recording in New Bedford, Mass., Bleeders is an intimidating wall of bludgeoning sludge metal: harsh, melodic, complex in it’s form, and brutally raw in it’s delivery. These songs are soaked in tone, and rightfully belong on the warm and saturated recording medium that is magnetic audio cassette. Bleeders ships out March 17th and will be limited to 70 hand-numbered cassette tapes, 50 red, 20 clear, featuring alternate artwork by Markus Spiske. Preorder Bleeders RIGHT HERE.

Tape Eater @ No Problemo

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TAPE EATER: New Bedford Noise Rockers Prepare Crushing Debut EP for Limited Cassette Release

Nefarious Industries is proud to welcome New Bedford-based newcomers Tape Eater to our hilariously doomed and dysfunctional family. To mark Tape Eater‘s arrival on the scene, we’re bringing to you a very limited cassette release of their debut EP Bleeders (streaming below in it’s entirety for your listening pleasure while you enjoy the remainder of this most gripping of educational narratives).

Recorded, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Lisboa at Soundbox Recording in New Bedford, Mass., Bleeders is an intimidating wall of bludgeoning sludge metal: harsh, melodic, complex in it’s form, and brutally raw in it’s delivery. These songs are soaked in tone, and rightfully belong on the warm and saturated recording medium that is magnetic audio cassette. Bleeders ships out March 17th and will be limited to 70 hand-numbered cassette tapes, 50 red, 20 clear, featuring alternate artwork by Markus Spiske.

Preorder Bleeders RIGHT HERE, and catch Tape Eater on March 13th in New Bedford, Mass., at No Problemo [info].

Tape Eater @ No Problemo

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Good Vibes: “Bleeders” Album Spotlight

“If you think that your cool new post-hardcore/noise band is going to make waves and be super hip, I have some advice for you… just quit now cause Tape Eater is absolutely KILLING IT. This newly formed four-piece is made up of extremely seasoned musicians, and it doesn’t take the listener more than 40 seconds into their first album Bleeders to figure this out. Bleeders sounds so pleasantly harsh and noisy that I bet you can’t just listen to it once. Every aspect of their songwriting is so technical that you’ll probably want to put down whatever instrument you consider yourself good at. Humble masters of their craft, Tape Eater have concocted a noise-rock recipe that does more than justify their place among other heavily amplified acts.” – Good Vibes

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Space Rock Mountain reviews “Bleeders”

Tape Eater is on the far edge of hardcore, with the hollered lyrical delivery and intense power cords in the guitar work. This New Bedford, Mass band really know now to bring it, yet they can ease up when necessary to craft a good tune and slip into trippy, math rock moments to do so.” – Space Rock Mountain

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