New York noise rockers A Place To Bury Strangers just released their fourth album Transfixation and today they’ve shared the video for another song “What We Don’t See.” The video treatment emphasizes the song’s general jarring power but shifting between images of various physical objects reacting to the noise of the track. It’s a simple, […]
A two-and-a-half minute short, sharp shock to the system by way of sonic annihilation.
A Place To Bury Strangers Transfixiation [Dead Oceans; 2015] by Adam Devlin Rating: The whirlwind that is A Place To Bury Strangers’ core sound — the mystifying, screeching guitars; the blown-out rhythm section; the cavernous vocal treatments — create a sense of space and violence that is larger than what seems possible. Show More Summary
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A Place To Bury Strangers – “We’ve Come So Far” A Place to Bury Strangers’ new album, Transfixiation, came out earlier this week and released this video for their single “We’ve Come So Far” to go along with it. They’ll be here in Atlanta this weekend performing live at The EARL on Sunday, Feb. 22. Waxahatchee […]
by Bill Pearis APTBS @ MHOW, 2/17/2014 A Place to Bury Strangers' new album Transfixiation is out this week and they've just released a video for "We've Come So Far." The video was filmed live at Death by Audio on...
Oliver Ackermann, frontman of the New York guitar-vroom trio a Place to Bury Strangers, was also one of the people behind the Brooklyn DIY venue Death By Audio, which closed its doors last year. Ackermann’s band played the venue’s final show, and they taped their video for “We’ve Come So Far,” a highlight from their [...]
The Juliana Hatfield Three releases its sophomore album Whatever, My Love today, 21 years after its debut. Other new music I can recommend include A Place to Bury Strangers' Transfixiation, Ibeyi's self-titled disc, Mourn's eponymous album, Six Organs of...
A Place To Bury Strangers has gotten a lot of mileage out of its reputation as one of the most soaringly loud bands in the American rock underground. That said, the New York trio has been known to overindulge in its chaotic noise rock whims. Show More Summary
photos: A Place to Bury Strangers / Grooms @ DbA 11/22/2014 (more by PSquared) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... A Place to Bury Strangers, Grooms, Ed Schrader's...
An emotionally monotonous, one-dimensional record.
Next week, on February 17, A Place To Bury Strangers will release their new album,… Read more articles like "Album Stream: A Place To Bury Strangers, Transfixiation" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Album Stream: A Place To Bury Strangers, Transfixiation appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
by Bill Pearis Grooms' drummer Steve Levine (left) on 'Better Call Saul' series premiere While some folks were watching The Grammys, others tuned into AMC for the series premiere of Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. Set in the '00s...
Transfixation, the new album from Brooklyn fuzz-pedal abusers a Place To Bury Strangers, is the band’s fourth album. Given that these guys like to pride themselves on their face-hurting loudness, it might not be their loudest album. But it might be their toughest. The band has always had some My Bloody Valentine and some Sonic [...]
Brooklyn outfit follow their instincts on fourth studio album.
by Bill Pearis photo:::APTBS @ DBA's final show (more by PSquared) As mentioned, A Place to Bury Strangers and Grooms are having a dual record release show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on February 17, which is also the actual...
Our latest taste from the band's upcoming Transfixation. Read more articles like "Listen: A Place to Bury Strangers – “We’ve Come So Far”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Listen: A Place to Bury Strangers – “We’ve Come So Far” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
The roaring, bleary-eyed Brooklyn effects-pedal abusers a Place To Bury Strangers are a month or so away from releasing their new album Transfixation, and we posted first single “Straight” a while back. The album’s second single is called “We’ve Come So Far,” and it’s a big, loud, heaving groove. At times, it sounds like what [...]
Another "mud-caked mistake" from band's latest album, Transfixation.