Future Death are fromÂ my hometown of Austin, land of brisket tacos and live music festivities of every stripe. Â It’s a glorious place, and you can tell that Future Death are soaking up the will-to-be-weird vibes. Â Noise-infused mayhem seers your nose hairs from from the first hit of the drums to the last gasp in track 10, andÂ there is no question that these folks are having a good time. Â Through the noise fog lurks gorgeous melodies and mind-melting psychedelia, so grab your flip flops and your headphones. Â Summer’s here and it’s f-ingÂ loud.
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'Special Victim' CD/LP
From swirling, tumultuous outbursts to pummeling destruction, the controlled chaos that is Future Death is ready to be unleashed in 2014. Stripping everything to the bone, the bandâ€™s creative process is heavily linked to impulse as they capture their feelings organically and in the moment while leaving little room for conceptualization. The Austin-based band formed in 2012 as Alton Jenkins and Bill Kenny began writing and recording what later evolved into their debut EP, which was self-released in the summer of 2013. They added bassist Jeremy Humphries to the lineup and vocalist Angie Kang found them later after months of writing. 'Special Victim,' their forthcoming debut full-length on Bloodmoss Records, was recorded and mixed by This Will Destroy Youâ€™s Alex Bhore in a funeral-home-turned-studio owned by producer John Congleton. With the creative tools at hand, Future Death took a bright, explosive approach on 'Special Victim.' Like the bandâ€™s overall creative process, the concept of impulse is apparent throughout album itself. Thereâ€™s not much time to breathe, and thatâ€™s exactly why it is such a thrilling and powerful listen.
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