Earlier today we published a review, now it’s time to stream the second single from San Francisco’s Noise Rock reprobates Disastroid as they gear up to drop their latest offering Mortal Fools next month.
As Reza Mills said in his review ‘The rumbling bass throughout the record recalls Dave Curran of Unsane, second track Hopeless particularly highlights that band’s influence both in terms of depressive lyrical themes as well as oppressive sludgy Noise-Rock.’
Intrigued? You should be, now press play below and stream the title track from Mortal Fools which is set to be released on Friday 14th February 2020 via the relentless Heavy Psych Sounds and pre-orders are available now.
More On Disastroid
San Francisco veterans Disastroid have been serving up sludgy, grunge-infused stoner rock for the better part of a decade now, refining a sound that weaves heavy riffs together with angular guitar lines, odd time signatures, and hazy walls of fuzz. As influenced by 90’s noise rock as they are by modern psych, doom, and post-metal, Disastroid delivers thick, satisfying stoner rock stomp while also embracing layers of noise, tripped-out feedback, and some unpredictable song structures.
Their original approach, captured on their 2014 record Missiles and the 2017 follow-up Screen, has made them one of the most essential bands in the Bay Area music scene. Their latest, Mortal Fools is their heaviest and most expansive-sounding album to date. Produced by Tim Green (Nation of Ulysses, The Fucking Champs), it’s sonically focused on what Disastroid does best, laying singer/guitarist Enver Koneya’s deep vocals and fuzzed-out riffs on top of a relentless, pummeling rhythm section. At the same time, it’s loose enough that it takes some unpredictable twists and turns, conveying the band’s rough edges, sense of humor, and noisy, experimental streak.
Enver Koneya – Vox/Guitar
Travis Williams – Bass Guitar
Braden McGraw – Drums