"...the sheer power of Ex Nuns stands out, particularly the relentless snare shots and bass lines that seem hell-bent on tearing everything apart. But the songs take time to develop. The spiraling guitars often bleed into more expansive territory, and deep beneath the feedback, there are some distinct, almost poppy, melodies. Ex Nuns play fast, furious noise-rock that cuts away as much fat as possible and channels everything into raw energy." - Jeff Gage, Gimme Noise Blog
more.is.more is bombastic minimalism in post-rock.
What the hell does that mean? Well we are a two-piece from Minneapolis that manages to make quite a clamor. We like things like Battles, Glassjaw and Lettuce. See what you think.
We recorded an album with Adam Tucker at SignatureTone Recordings this summer and will be putting out our debut 10 inch record, Roy G. Black, most likely in the fall.
Burn Fetish is a groove-rock/noise/punk band from Minneapolis. Having performed with acts including Helmet, American Head Charge, and many others, Burn Fetish offers up explosive live performances and an original style.
Burn Fetish released the LP "Psychonauta" in 2012, and the LP "Sun and Dust" in 2013. Both are available at our bandcamp page. New music will be released this year.
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