RIYL: Fugazi, Drive Like Jehu, Metz
Label: Spartan Records
From Spartan Records:
Florida Man’s sound may be as unnerving as a Google search of their band name, but on their sophomore full-lengthÂ Tropical Depression, the Charleston, SC noise-punks harness roaring blasts of distortion and a fascination with the bleaker side of life to create one of the yearâ€™s most uncompromising and cathartic releases.Â Tropical DepressionÂ effectively filters the spirits of the most legendary noise rock and post-hardcore scenes — San Diegoâ€™s angular attack (Hot Snakes, No Knife), Seattleâ€™s sheer power (Botch, These Arms Are Snakes), Chicagoâ€™s sonic depravity (The Jesus Lizard, Shellac), and DCâ€™s unbridled creativity (Fugazi, Faraquet) — through the band’s unique brand of sweat-soaked southern grime and a dose of hardcore aggression.
No doubt one of Spartan Records’ more ass-kicking releases to date, the picture discs limited to 100 copies are almost sold out.Â There’s also a gorgeous pinwheel splatter colorway limited to 150.Â Check out their 2 available singles below and get after it.
First pressing limited to 250 copies:
â€¢ "Orange" Picture Disc (100)
â€¢ "Patricia" (Transparent Orange + White Pinwheel with Black Splatter) (150)
Full color jacket printed on reverseboard stock with printed uncoated insert.
This is a pre-order. All orders come with an instant download of the singles "Brain Cell" and "Holy Roller" and a high-quality download of Tropical Depression on May 3rd.
The first 100 pre-orders receive a free Florida Man orange stress ball (limited one per order)!
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive