3-piece New York noise rockers A Place to Bury Strangers are¬†dishing out their 4th album via Dead Oceans early next year, and they aren’t wasting a second of your time with their newest single. ¬†Straight comes out guns blazing, like a jet fighter flying 20 feet over¬†your head,¬†pushing every decibel to the limits. ¬†Oliver Ackermann, a student of the shoegazing arts, sounds like he’s feeding his guitar through a motorcycle, screeching and thrashing alongside Robi Gonzalez’s driving backbeat. ¬†If you like your rock and roll crunchy, these fellas want¬†your money.
Along with the full-length pink/blue wax, Dead Oceans is also packaging a 7” of 2 extra songs as well as a poster. ¬†I mean, what’s the point of a hamburger without fries and a drink, right? ¬†February will be here before you know it, so get in on this while ya can.
Transfixiation on limited edition two-color pink and blue LP
Limited edition 7" featuring two unreleased songs, Petty Empire b/w Get Away From Me
Limited edition poster on 11x17" gloss stock
Digital download code for the album (as a .zip file containing 320kbps mp3s), redeemable two weeks before release date on February 3, 2015
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive