FOSSILS: Video Of Album Art Being Laser-Etched On Beef Jerky Released
21st February 2014
What more does one need to hear, other than a video created during a late-night beef-jerky laser-etching session by a sinister tech-wiz in an abandoned factory in Philadelphia after midnight in the tradition of incorporating meat into their album titles, visuals and artwork? Not much, right?
Go chew on the “Filet Horizon” video from Denmark’s gnarliest instrumental bass and drum duo, FOSSILS, now hung out to dry below:
In-studio videos of FOSSILS’ recording sessions, featuring actual live takes and mixes found on Flesh Hammer, have been leaked out over the past several weeks HERE.
FOSSILS is ready to distribute their second album — the pounding, utterly intense, Flesh Hammer — set for worldwide disbursement on March 3rd via Indisciplinarian. Consisting of ten precise, noisy and ever-entertaining no-bullshit pieces of music in twenty minutes, FOSSILS’ succinctly pulverizing Flesh Hammer was created by a band that has refined their trademarks of thunderous riffs and stomping grooves side-by-side with complex rhythms, pouring out their unique, stripped-down brand of instrumental, noisy rock. Flesh Hammer was produced by Danish sound-enigma Q (Beta Satan, Entombed), and will see worldwide release via digital download as well as 12” LP limited to 300 copies.
The release of Flesh Hammer will be celebrated with two Danish release shows, at Radar in Aarhus on February 28th and at Beta in Copenhagen, on March 1st. In the unconventional spirit of FOSSILS, these will not simply be “typical” release shows with the usual canapés and support bands, but instead an overload of awesome musical guests will be involved in each of the performances.
FOSSILS Flesh Hammer Record Release Shows:
2/28/2014 Beta – Copenhagen, Denmark
3/01/2014 Radar – Arhaus, Denmark
Source: Earsplit PR
Published on 21st February 2014 at 10:51 am and has the following tags: