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BANGLADEAFY: Deranged “Espionage” Video Premiered At Toilet Ov Hell; Vinyl Version Of Ribboncutter Out Now Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] New York City-based technical/eccentric metal duo BANGLADEAFY presents their deranged new video for “Espionage,” which is found on the band’s intense new LP, Ribboncutter. Toilet Ov Hell is hosting the debut of the new video as the vinyl edition … Continue reading

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Video Premiere: BANGLADEAFY “Espionage” – Toilet Ov Hell

“It’s dark and weird, but you won’t be able to turn away. ‘Espionage’ is a fever-dream drenched in bad acid and good cough syrup. It twists, turns, shifts, and discombobulates. It stays crunchy even in milk. Really, it’s the perfect … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: New Noise Magazine Premieres “Conch” Live Video With Feature On Member’s Inborn Hearing Loss; Vinyl Version Of Ribboncutter Out Next Week Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nick Spadafora] A new live video of “Conch” by New York City-based tech metal eccentrics BANGLADEAFY is now playing at New Noise Magazine, alongside a feature on the band’s Jon Ehlers, who was born with sensio-neural hearing loss. The feature … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: “Steam” Bass Playthrough Video Playing At Gear Gods; Ribboncutter Debut Full-Length Out Now Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photos by Nick Spadafora] With the release of BANGLADEAFY’s debut full-length release, Ribboncutter, through Nefarious Industries last week still fresh, Gear Gods is now hosting a playthrough video for the album’s “Steam.” Through their two prior EPs – 2013’s The Briefcase and 2016’s Narcopaloma – BANGLADEAFY has proven … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: “Ribboncutter” Album Review – Post-Trash

“Brooklyn two-piece BANGLADEAFY have been making music for close to a decade and have few others they can be compared to. Trying to sell them to friends, usually goes, “they’re like if NIN and Hella had a baby.” The songs … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY Bassist Jon Ehlers Charges Through This Exclusive Playthrough of “Steam” – GearGods

“It’s not often you get a band that combines the genres of tech, world, and thrash, but when you do, BANGLADEAFY are the ones doing it right. […] As with most of the music from these guys, this track has … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY Ribboncutter – Svbterranean

“New York duo BANGLADEAFY return with their signature brand of cartoonish math metal on Ribboncutter. For the uninitiated, the sounds produced by bassist Jon Ehlers and drummer Atif Haq is essentially what would happen if Les Claypool joined Don Caballero, or … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Metal Injection Streams Entire Ribboncutter Full-Length By NYC Eclectic Tech Metal Duo; Album Sees Release Friday Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit PR

[photo by Nick Spadafora] As New York City-based eclectic tech/alternative metal duo BANGLADEAFY gets ready to release their anxiously awaited debut full-length, Ribboncutter, through Nefarious Industries this Friday, Metal Injection is now streaming the entire album. BANGLADEAFY recorded Ribboncutter’s bass and synth tracks at Menegroth, … Continue reading

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Get Weird And Mostly Spazzy With BANGLADEAFY’s New Album Ribboncutter – Metal Injection

“BANGLADEAFY has been blowing people’s minds with their EP releases over the past few years and now they’re finally releasing a killer full-length record. It’s called Ribboncutter, it’s absolutely going to turn your brain into a steaming pile of blithering … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Ribboncutter – Ghost Cult Magazine

“BANGLADEAFY still manages to produce the musical equivalent of a multi-coloured spray-paint can, practically jittering and bursting with bonkers rhythms and stomach-turning dissonance. It’s easy for this kind of thing to fall into the usual chin-stroking, muso trap, but Ribboncutter … Continue reading

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