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Fake Babies got a new EP out through Bandcamp and a new video for “Don’t Hold Your Breath” thanks to local filmmaker, Jimi Patterson. It’s pretty impressive and only $3, which makes it pretty much a must have, but check it out for yourself.
The Big Day is finally here! The new Ferocious Fucking Teeth LP is available for purchase. Only 300 copies pressed, each copy comes with a CDR of the music, and lyric insert! So go ahead, check out the new promo track “Haunted” and grab your copy now.
Here’s what the press is saying about the new Ferocious Fucking Teeth LP:
“The New London quintet kinda sound like they’re oscillating between last night’s high and this morning’s bugged out low, and scrape up just enough alt and stoner riffs to piece their jams together.” – Decibel Magazine
“A visceral collection, full of noisy, experimental songs the band describes as ‘heavy stony jams.'” – Hartford Courant
“The sound veers from Earth-esque slowness…and a more abrasive hardcore.” – Thumped
“This album feels like forty minutes of exceptionally hard body shots from Mike Tyson.” – Bugg Blog
“A Steve Albini production as you might have detected from that awesome guitar sound.” – Burning World
“The stoner/slacker/lo-fi/gutteral noise is unrelenting, unnerving and utterly irresistable.” – Pop
“Making enough noise to be heard easily within a 4 state radius and playing music that runs the gammot from slow melodic drone of Earth to the breakneck speed and big riffs of Buzzo*ven this is a band to watch for sure.” – Wailing City
Want to see them do this live? Here’s a couple chances to catch them in public:
Thursday March 1st – Manhattan NYC @ the Delancy w/ We Run, Lushes,
The Aviation Orange
Friday March 2nd – Brooklyn NYC @ Hi 5 Gallery w/ Colossal Mantis, No
Shoes, and a bunch of DJS. This is a glow in the dark party.
Saturday March 3rd – New Haven CT @ Cafe Nine w/ The Space Orphans,
The Naked Heroes (LP RELEASE SHOW)
Thursday March 15th – Hamden CT @ The Space w/ Victor Villarreal (of
Cap’n Jazz), Sea Of Bones, Sinforiano Diaz, + more.
Saturday March 17th – Allston Ma @ Gay Gardens w/ Tinsel Teeth, Bugs and Rats
Safety Meeting Records presents:
Ferocious Fucking Teeth (12″ release show!)
The Naked Heroes
The Space Orphans
Cafe Nine, 250 State St, New Haven CT 21+ $5
The new Ferocious Fucking Teeth LP is here and ready for hungry ears. this record was lovingly recorded by Steve Albini at Electrical Auido on to 2 inch tape and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. we pressed 300 copies on 150 gram vinyl, and stuffed them with a cdr of the album as well as a lyric sheet. this record is fucking top notch from any angle. come down and grab a copy so people start thinking you’re cool.
this night also marks the new haven premier of the Naked Heroes. 2 piece blues drenched dirty rock n roll from the big city. old-school grads might remember George as the drummer for Disturbed (not the shitty metal band, but the local punk band that used to play with the Pist a lot).
Also, this is the world premier of Space Orphans. Those of you who are still reeling from the loss of Kimono Draggin (especially after dropping the brilliant ‘Kimono Gold’) can rejoice as this is basically them with Kelly from Atrina & M.T. Bearington.
See you guys there!
Get Ready, 2012 might be the prophesied end of the world, but just in case mother nature doesn’t implode, Ferocious Fucking Teeth are here to finish the job. The much anticipated full length LP is coming this winter. Check out the first single (engineered by Steve Albini and mastered by Alan Douches), ‘Hinkley‘, and keep your eyes and ears alert for more information.
Keep it simple with the totem: the music speaks for itself.
Is it really necessary to know us?
No more babysitting the listener with comforting personalities and backstory.
Come out and face us.
Five figures out of shadow channeling sound, never resting, like the river where we reside.
Manic Productions Presents
NIGHT BEFORE THANKSGIVING BASH FEATURING:
Scott McMicken (of Dr. Dog),
Scott isn’t playing, ticket price drop
& Quiet Life
Wednesday, Nov 23rd
at Cafe Nine
250 State St, New Haven, CT
Somewhere near the swamps of Jersey, roughly 30 skateboard-able miles from Asbury Park, the brothers Spellman spent summer days lingering around the garage as their father worked and blasted Bruce Springsteen cassettes through a dusty portable stereo system. Something about The Boss’ music resonated with Sean and Ryan, enough to make a lasting impression through the skate punk of yesteryear, and after a fitful move to New London, Connecticut during the brothers’ adolescent years, they met guitarist Craig Rupert and formed Quiet Life.
Since the eventual close of their angst-ridden high school days, the band’s music has rolled into the grittier, lacking Springsteen’s penchant for the absolutely epic rock n’ roll, but cashing in on all of the solid folk aspects (think back to the Nebraskan era) with canyon rock and country influences to boot. Sean Spellman’s songs are earnest and straightforward, laden with place names and past times; from the band’s beginnings in a conflicted seafaring town, to their sweet sojourn on California’s Central Coast, and all the nights on the road in between, Quiet Life has found plenty of material in the miles covered.
Since landing in Portland, OR on yet another gamble, the band has wasted no time asserting their place in the city’s kinetic music scene, garnering audiences for their honest-to-goodness rock n’ roll shows in no time flat. After a bit of sitting—though not enough time for the songs to gather dust—their full-length album, Big Green, will be released in January 2011. Until then, catch them while you can, for it’s only a matter of time until they pack up their gear and head back out; if nothing else, these boys were born to run.
Band Site: http://www.quietlifeband.com/
If you’ve looked at this site before, you already know and love M.T. Bearington. They’re gonna show up, have a couple drinks, tell some bad jokes, a couple good jokes, then get on stage and wreck shit. It’s gonna be a lot of fun and chances are you’re gonna need a break from family holiday time. Come down (car pool if possible), drink, have a good time, then go home, sleep in, wake up, eat, go back to sleep, and repeat.
Band Site: mtbearington.com
Tickets on sale NOW! http://manicproductions.org/tickets
SMR027 + Ferocious Fucking Teeth+ 02/28/12
1. One Bright Light
7. Don’t Go
9. Fuck On A Weeknight
10. Putting The ‘O’ Back In Country
Safety Meeting Presents
Ferocious Fucking Teeth,
Wrist Like This,
Friday, Oct 28th
at the El n Gee
86 Golden St, New London, CT
Ferocious Fucking Teeth
Heavy Stoney Jams from the New London area! New LP coming this Winter from Safety Meeting. Come check these guys out and get psyched up to grab the record. Bring something put in your ears cause it’s gonna get loud.
Three piece rock n roll. Heavy, sweaty, a lot of fun from start to finish. Murder Van doesn’t fuck around and you should know this before getting in front of them.
Wrist Like This
These guys are in Fatal Film. I love Fatal Film. Even though I don’t know much about this new project, I got a good feeling that this is going to be awesome. Also, people who’ve seen them have raved about them. So leave your socks at home, unless you don’t mind having them blown off.
Keith used to be in Shiv. Shiv was incredible. Keith is still pretty awesome. The other guys are pretty cool too. This is his newest project. Loud, aggressive, rock n roll for your earhole.