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Onwards to the Wall

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I Lost You
So Far Away
Onwards To The Wall
Nothing Will Surprise Me
Drill It Up
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Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 16:44

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Phil Freeman is the former editor-in-chief of Metal Edge magazine and a frequent contributor to the Village Voice, Alternative Press, The Wire, Jazziz and numer...more »

A Place to Bury Strangers, Onwards to the Wall
2012 | Label: Dead Oceans / SC Distribution

This Brooklyn band is to the Jesus and Mary Chain what Interpol is to Joy Division: not as cravenly imitative as detractors would have you believe, but the ancestry is clear. This five-song, 17-minute EP’s blown-out sound definitely recalls Psychocandy, mixing simple garage-rock riffs, primitive, almost mechanical drumming and deadpan vocals, but APTBS adds a huge bass sound the J&MC rarely bothered with. The opener, “I Lost You,” adds a lovelorn lyric to the mix,… read more »

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Onwards To The Wall


Very nice. I do like A Place To Bury Strangers but once again emusic carry the singles but not the albums. Where is 2009's Exploding Head? Still waiting for it :-(

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