Tag Archives: Brandon Seabrook

AMN Reviews: Brandon Seabrook’s Needle Driver – Needle Driver (2017; Nefarious Industries)

“Perhaps Zevious is the best point of reference for NEEDLE DRIVER, as Seabrook and company provide five short bursts of energy, each featuring aggressive riffing, speed picking, and disjointed time changes. Particularly, Deblase and Seabrook’s lines are barely controlled chaos, … Continue reading

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BRANDON SEABROOK’S NEEDLE DRIVER Debuts “Synonymph” At Invisible Oranges; Debut Nears Release Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

“Synonymph” is the lead track to the debut by New York City-Based exploratory/alternative metal outfit, BRANDON SEABROOK’S NEEDLE DRIVER. With the Needle Driver record confirmed for release through Nefarious Industries in late October, Invisible Oranges has debuted the opening anthem. Offers Seabrook with … Continue reading

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Track Premiere: Brandon Seabrook’s Needle Driver Twist The Knife On “Synonymph” – Invisible Oranges

“It’s a similar kind of “musicianship as a cudgel” approach that bands like Helmet, Unsane, Behold The Arctopus, and countless others have used to punish New York audiences for decades. Seabrook, Miller, and Deblase carry on that legacy with devilish … Continue reading

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BRANDON SEABROOK’S NEEDLE DRIVER: Debut To See Release Via Nefarious Industries; Band Features “NYC’s Best Guitarist” + Members Of Ani Defranco, Zevious, Sabbath Assembly – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Greg C. Photography] Nefarious Industries confirms the impending release of Needle Driver, the debut recordings from New York City-Based exploratory/alternative metal outfit, BRANDON SEABROOK’S NEEDLE DRIVER. BRANDON SEABROOK’S NEEDLE DRIVER is the newest project of New York-based avant-jazz guitarist Brandon Seabrook, … Continue reading

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SEE?: Unclassifiable NYC Act With Current/Former Members Of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, More Streams Lighteninging On Your Thames At New Noise Magazine – Earsplit Compound

The unclassifiable lunatic collective SEE? – formed by current/former members of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, Pseudo/Sentai, Cibo Matto, Seabrook Power Plant, Needle Driver, Die Trommel Fatale, Joan As Police Woman, Bassoon, Sugarlife, and more – is now streaming their entire Lighteninging … Continue reading

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SEE?, Featuring Current/Former Members Of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, And More, Premieres New Track At Decibel Magazine, Melts Faces – Earsplit Compound

Eccentric collective, SEE? – featuring current/former members of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, Pseudo/Sentai, Cibo Matto, Seabrook Power Plant, Needle Driver, Die Trommel Fatale, Joan As Police Woman, Bassoon, Sugarlife, and many other acts – has debuted a new single from their … Continue reading

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Track Premiere: SEE? Experiment On ‘SEE 6’ – Decibel Magazine

“Rest assured, when you click play, the sounds you hear aren’t your computer melting down — they’re the sounds of Nefarious Industries supergroup SEE?’s upcoming album, Lighteninging On Your Thames. […] In some sections, SEE? are funky and grooving. In … Continue reading

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SEE?: Metal Insider Debuts Lead Track From Lighteninging On Your Thames; Band Merges Current/Former Members Of Netherlands, Spacehog, Bangladeafy, And More – Earsplit Compound

As Nefarious Industries prepares for the late December release of Lighteninging On Your Thames — the new album from bewilderingly eccentric collective, SEE? — the lead track from this warped auditory beating has been issued through Metal Insider. With SEE?’s … Continue reading

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Track premiere: SEE? (Bangladeafy/Netherlands, ex-Spacehog etc.) get experimental with “SEE1” – Metal Insider

“It’s easy to get pretty jaded in the metal community. How many more deathcore bands waiting for the drop or thrash bands trying to recapture 1984 can there be before you tag out? What we’re trying to say is that … Continue reading

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