Ned Raggett's review of The Pale Horse was published on Pitchfork today, taking a nice score of 7.3 and garnering such compliments as "Ancient Warfare have hit upon a singular lonesome-highway energy, the kind that you can study but cannot fake." Check out the full review HERE and pick up your copy from the Alias Records shop HERE.
Detroit band Undesirable People are on the road in support of their new LP Eternal Vision of a Blind Future, and today they have dropped a new cut from the album via For the Love of Punk. Check out "We're All Cut from the Same Cloth" below!
DC's heavy rock trio Caustic Casanova have just shared the newest single from their upcoming Breaks LP via Vents Magazine, who recommend the band for fans of Tool, Fugazi, Rush, Melvins, Torche, Primus, Queens of the Stone Age, and Kyuss. Check out the track below and get ready for the September 25 release on Retro Futurist Records.
Brooklyn's Starlight Girls have announced the October 13 release of their debut LP Fantasm, and today the band share lead single "Intrigue" via Bitch Media, who say "The band’s unique poppy sound mixes ethereal vocals over upbeat, driving rhythms that have an almost-disco sensibility."
Detroit's Undesirable People are prepping the release of their new LP Eternal Vision of a Blind Future for September 22 and today, New Noise Magazine shares the first single "All We Want is a Proper Burial," which you can stream and share via Soundcloud below!
Austin, TX's Good Field, the project of Paul Price (Voxtrot, Brazos, The Early Tapes) share the full stream of their sophomore LP today via Glide Magazine, who call the record "a fully realized album that fulfills a melancholic, folky Americana vibe over bold and languid melodic guitars."
Lexington, KY's Ancient Warfare share a new single today from their debut LP release for Alias Records.
"'The Last Living Trial', is potentially the band's most vulnerable and effortlessly accessible introduction. The slow-burning alt country crawl flickers like a flame spitting in the cold wind, with lead singer Echo Wilcox painting a desolate, lonely landscape in her emotional output." - The 405