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AMN Reviews: ZEVIOUS “Lowlands”

“New York’s ZEVIOUS is back with their fourth full-length album, Lowlands, scheduled for release on August 17. Not unlike on their previous efforts, this guitar / bass / drums instrumental power trio lands somewhere between math rock, prog, and metal, … Continue reading

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RICARDA COMETA: Ricarda Cometa 2 – Beach Sloth

“An unhinged feral presence makes itself felt throughout RICARDA COMETA’s Ricarda Cometa 2. Defying easy categorization, the album has a distinctly late 70s discordant flavor about it. Elements of This Heat, Pere Ubu, DNA, and more filter their way into … Continue reading

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RICARDA COMETA: South American Improv Duo Begins European Tour This Week; Ricarda Cometa 2 Out Now Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

Argentine-Peruvian improvisational instrumental duo RICARDA COMETA is on their way to Europe to kick off their latest tour, and their first tour supporting their Ricarda Cometa 2 album, released last week through Nefarious Industries. Influenced by no-wave, math rock, African, Latin, and Asian ritual … Continue reading

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FUCK YOUR BIRTHDAY: “Frankenstein” Video Premier; Maydays Out Friday

Nefarious Industries presents “Frankenstein” by American garage rock / math rock duo FUCK YOUR BIRTHDAY. Born in Morgantown, WV, and currently based out of New York City and Wenzhou, China, the band’s infectious sophomore record, Maydays, is available June 8, … Continue reading

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RICARDA COMETA: PopMatters Streams Ricarda Cometa 2 Album By South American Improv Duo; Album Out Friday Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Vareila] As Argentine-Peruvian improvisational instrumental duo RICARDA COMETA prepares for the release of their new Ricarda Cometa 2 album this Friday through Nefarious Industries – and the upcoming European tour in support of the record – PopMatters is streaming the entire album. … Continue reading

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RICARDA COMETA Combines Latin, African and Asian Influences With Noise, Math Rock on ‘Ricarda Cometa 2’ (album stream) – PopMatters

“The 11-song collection takes listeners on a wild, noisy ride that never loses its focus on Latin-inspired rhythms but which ultimately sends them through the musical grinder a few dozen times along the way. If listeners found the herky-jerky twists … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: American Aftermath reviews “The Briefcase”

“The New York bass-and-drum duo’s new six song EP, The Briefcase, is a genre bending tour de force. What’s in the aforementioned briefcase, you might ask? Why, just some of the most jarring and ridiculous tunes you’ll hear this year … Continue reading

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BANGLADEAFY: Houston Press reviews “The Briefcase”

“Their drummer is from Bangladesh, and their vocalist/bassist/pianist suffers from sensio-neural hearing loss. Now the name makes sense, right? What doesn’t make sense is their brand of math-metal, which explodes with complexity and creativity. Elements of other math-rock and metal … Continue reading

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