Nasalrod are excited to present “Hello Ello,” a single from the collaboration record they appear on, Nadine Records Vol. 1, out November 8 via Nadine Records.

Nasalrod play a spastic take on prog metal that would appeal to fans of Mr Bungle, Brainiac, Jesus Lizard, Primus, or Minutemen. Spit Stix, drummer for punk legends Fear, sits behind the kit, and he’s joined by Mandy Morgan (bass and backing vocals), Mustin Douch (guitar and backing vocals), and Chairman (lead vocals).

Their new track is from an upcoming compilation  that also features songs from the likes of Hair Puller, Dark Numbers, and more.

“When we’re playing live I feel like we’re throwing a party, and we’re the hosts,” the band says. “This song is inspired by Cheap Trick’s  ‘Hello There,’ which I’ve always thought was the perfect ‘welcome to the party’ intro song.”
You can also catch them on an East Coast tour this fall.
Oct 18th Brooklyn, NY @ The Broadway (with Big Eyes and Art Gray Noizz Quintet)
Oct 19th New Haven, CT @ Crunch House (with Perennial)
Oct 20th Philadelphia, PA @ Ortlieb’s (with Northern Liberties & Beerbreakfastdungeonouscrab)
Oct 21st Boston, MA @ Charlie’s Kitchen
Oct 22nd Providence, RI @ Dusk
Oct 23rd Albany, NY @ Pauly’s Hotel
Oct 24th Baltimore, MD @ Joe Squared (with Teen Mortgage)
Oct 25th Washington, DC @ Slash Run (with Minus Drag & Wolves of the Dry Ravine)
Oct 26th Brooklyn, NY @ The Bootleg (with Moral Panic & Jonny Couch)

Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

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