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A Place To Bury Strangers - S/t 2x12''
label: rocket girl
"A huge American and European tour will see A Place to Bury Strangers in the UK for the arrival of their long awaited, self-titled debut album on 3rd November on Rocket Girl Records. The band will return to the UK in November to support fellow Brooklynites MGMT, plus to release the album’s preceding single ‘I Know I’ll See You’ on 20th October. After wowing at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival early this year (where NME declared them one of their top ten bands of the festival), they found themselves England’s hottest ticket. Suddenly the “loudest band in NYC”, were the most wanted band in London. Back home in the States, the band will spend the end of the summer supporting Nine Inch Nails and The Dandy Warhols across America, and so their creation of what seemed like a somewhat inaccessible aural attack of white noise has become the freshest sound on the circuit. The American imported version of the album started doing the rounds – fans will be pleased to note that in the UK, we are privy to five extra tracks not featured on the American album. Plus the whole thing has been re-mastered. While plenty of comparisons to an array of esteemed bands have been drawn up to A Place to Bury Strangers, there is no doubt that the reverberating sound of feedback, plus the deliberately primal ring of King Kong warring with Godzilla is unmistakably their own. Saw-soaked tracks, fusing Factory Records-esque mystery with the addictive pulses of eardrum piercing austerity, it’s no wonder their static-laden sonic qualities have attracted the attention of everyone from NME and Kerrang! to Dazed & Confused. Their more technical approach to music is hardly surprising given front man Oliver Ackermann’s sideline building hand-wired guitar pedals"
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