King Slender out of Philadelphia manifest a destructive cacophony throughout their album, Gold Days. That LP was released through five labels; Tor Johnson, Chumpire, Killer Tofu, and others.
The single for the video here is, “Double Dribble”. The sound of this record is a deluge of collections of Unsane, Today Is The Day, early Helmet, Melvins, etc. Indie Rock and Noise collide into a vicious, riff-forward, off-rhythm rock ‘n’ roll conundrum.
Cordially, they decide to address the global collection of semantic enveloped automatons. Regardless of your attraction, all of you are here for a reason. At this point, I hope it is because you are drenched in ridiculous assumptions. The refined aggression can be honed and admired from any distance. The dark under-current immediately takes over. A constant, taut bandy of the drums and bass maintain the hesitation of a riff-attack at a distance. The boundaries of push and pull highlight the staggering riffs of independence.
King Slender are about to embark on a string of shows.
4/21: Century Lounge in Philly with Controller, GREY C.E.L.L., & Drive
4/22: AS220 in Providence with Twin Foxes, DONE, & Tomb Envy
4/23: Cherry St Station in Wallingford with Noble Rot, The Sons Of Montana, & Down With Rent
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