We present to you our latest EP, “Pulling Back The Veil“. To be played at maximum volume. More love songs for the apocalypse.
Featuring a guest appearance from our favorite collaborator, Alice Ishbel Watson from distant Kirkcaldy, and cover artwork by Su Young Kim.
As always, no goddamned auto-tune was used in the making of this music.
We’ve got a fresh handful of songs coming out in a few weeks. Get ready.
UPDATE March 13: Cover art is done. Songs are complete. Just tidying it all up and it’ll be out in a few days.
If you’ve been following us for a while, you know we really get a kick out of hardcore culture flourishing in places where that really means something, like in brutally oppressive dictatorships. (For example, this and this)
Well, here’s another one, this time in Cambodia, former home of the Khmer Rouge killing machine. Now there’s a tiny punk scene in a dictatorship that never even experienced rock and roll.
Really terrible over-the-phone sound quality — you can barely tell which is Keith and which is Adam. What can ya do.
Keith writing lyrics in the original AnarCave (a.k.a. Adam’s apartment), around the time of making The Art of War.
Into gaming? Keith is leading a lively discussion on this game over on our Facebook page right now.
Whenever I’m sitting here working on Anarchy Club tracks and testing out various synthesizer sounds, if I get something that smells like dubstep, I think, “Nope, that won’t do — wouldn’t want to sound like Taylor Swift.”
Iranian skaters and a mohican hijab. Cool. (Remember, Iran is the place where they hang gay people. Non-conformity there is not a trivial thing.)
Earlier entries here and here.