We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Pyreship’s debut album The Liars Bend Low (listen below), which is scheduled to be officially released tomorrow, May 26th through Black Bow Records.
The band commented: “‘We’re pumped to be releasing our first album, The Liars Bend Low, with the excellent dudes at Black Bow Records. Five tracks of post-metal rage issues tempered by an unhealthy overdose of 90s slowcore.”
Houston sludge thugs Pyreship, expertly blend post-metal and doom with a raft of 90s slowcore and noise rock influences. Comprised of four road-hardened musicians, Pyreship’s songs are reflective of their formative environment – stripped-down, unpretentious, and resilient.
Live, the music is meant to be both heard and felt, with Steve Smith’s relentless jackhammer beats melding seamlessly with the molten slag spilling out of George Lusito’s bass amp. Co-guitarists Jason Jordan and Sam Waters stoke the bellows. Pyreship is one of the few remaining bands running an unapologetically monolithic backline. They use it to slam out slow, deliberate riffs that resonate long after the show has ended and the crowd dispersed.