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Aweful “Me Me Me”

Rock trio Aweful released their debut single, “Me Me Me”, last week. This is the work of Traci Trouble (HotLips Messiah), Lucy Dekay (Mystery Actions) and Izzy Price (Velcro Lewis Group). The single is taken from the trio’s debut EP, which will be released on August 2nd via BeerCan.

You can help Aweful celebrate the release of their EP on August 1st at Empty Bottle with Touched By Ghoul, Boybrain, and DJ Andy Ryan.

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The Hands Resist Him

Doom Metal trio The Hands Resist Him released their debut full-length album, Stone Hands, earlier this month. This is the group formed by guitarist/Bassist Eric Mayer, who is now joined by Alex McGady (vocals, guitar), and Ashwinn Torke (drums).

The album’s opening track and lead single, “Collapse”, is a ferocious 11 minute journey through the world of dark and explosive metal. It is also a great introduction to what this trio can do if you are not familiar with their 2018 EP, “Taker"

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Pan•American "Kidnap!"

Mark Nelson (aka Pan•American) has begun to release old recordings on his bandcamp. The first was made available a couple of weeks ago and is the first ever Pan•American release, “Kidnap!”, which was previously a cassette only release from the Mid-90’s on an obscure Richmond label called Tenderette.

“Kidnap!” is a beautifully lo-fi single with the sounds of a typewriter through out and is backed by the ambient b-side “Casino”.

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Elijah Berlow "So Romantic"

Elijah Berlow recently released a video for a new song called “So Romantic”. The video was filmed in the woods of New Glarus, WI and features Scotty Quill on guitar.

Last month Elijah released a new single called “Roadkill” and a live EP recored at VCR.

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Blacker Face “Tantric Suicide"

Blacker Face has released the video for the lead single, “Tantric Suicide”, from their forthcoming LP, The Distinctive Juju. The video is a fun take on the NPR Tiny Desk Concerts, as they present their “Not-Tiny-Desk” video.

The LP is due out October 18th via Sooper Records, and this will be the band’s debut for this fantastically supportive local label.

You can help Blacker Face celebrate the release of The Distinctive Juju on October 18th at The Hideout.

Photo by Sam Callahan

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