Take some The Locust and Dead Cross and add a bit of ACxDC. Good, right? Then get in there with some Weak Flesh, Run With The Hunted, The Manx, and Chum Out! Somehow, this is the combination that, some years ago, gave rise to Deaf Club. The collective is also known as “a savage sound bath dripping with sardonicism: a blastbeat-centric hardcore punk assault channelling crust, thrash, and grind (un)sensibilities. Succinct pauses, surreal frequencies and effect, breakneck pace and sharply hurled vocals characterize the band’s aesthetic, which seems as thought it is rooted in a sort of nasty-sound-meets-highbrow-message ethos.” Lovely, innit? Two years ago, they released their debut EP «Contemporary Sickness» and now it’s time for an LP, or at least it will be in January next year, about a year after the album’s recording, which ironically took place on January 6. As the press release explains, “while the actions that day at the capitol were aimless, unplanned, asinine and delusional, this album was created in direct opposition without even knowing it: it is intentional, tactical, bitterly relevant. In short, it serves as a productive disruption too to the bootlicking, copsucking, flag-fucking frenzy we’ve found ourselves surrounded by.” On top of that, we can already hear four of the songs from the upcoming «Productive Disruption», the opener «For A Good Time, Call Someone Else», the closer «Planet Bombing» and inbetweeners «Don’t Forget to Live» and «Someday All Men Will Die».
«Productive Disruption» is set for release on January 6, 2022, through Three One G on cassette, digital, and vinyl formats. Pre-orders can be found here.
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«Contemporary Sickness» was released by Three One G on October 4, 2019 and is available here on cassette, digital, and vinyl formats.