What can we say? We have a bunch of new music to (hopefully) help you through the quarantine and coronavirusblues. Brand new horror hardcore full length from the legendary NJ horror punks Voice of Doom, and brand new EPs by Galanos, The 65's and l'oceanic - all of which have had some nice press pieces written about them. We'll post links eventually. Ha. Be safe everybody. We hope you enjoy the music!
Oh, and be on the lookout for new music by Scary Hours, The Subterraneans, Bug Martin & Miss Ohio coming very soon.
Quite the irony, the newest release from VOD was wrapped up on the date of February 3, 2020, which is the traditional celebration day of the patron saint of the throat, Saint Blaise.
The band in its inception, back in 1986, cited influences as “equal parts Black Flag and Black Sabbath” - this monster has the influences of both, tossing in a little Slayer for fun.
Sonically, it’s without a doubt, the band’s “heaviest” sounding release (thanks mainly to legendary British producer Robin Black). Lyrical themes range from theological obscurity to cultish horror (a staple of most Voice of Doom recordings) “It’s about as close as you
can get to side 2 of Paranoid and side 2 of My War at the same time” according to engineer Kevin Lacatena...he followed up with “Hearing this back, actually scared me!”