Belgian rockers The Waltz return with new single

It has been a while since we heard from the Belgian rockers The Waltz. Somewhere in 2018 they released the track “Force Publique” and in 2019 the track “Television”. Now the ban has signed to Poetwannes Records for their 2020 comeback. They have released a track called “Fear”. Tune in now and play loud.

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“How Skeletonized Is Made” by How Things Are Made with Skeletonized

I love long titles and I love Skeletonized so you can imagine my joy when I heard there was going to be a collaborative album between the Pennsylvania experimental noisejazz band Skeletonized and the Pennsylvania experimental trio How Things Are Made. The album starts of great with some eerie wild sax and ambient stuff on the background instantly setting the  vibe for this album. On the rest of the album we can hear that these two bands are pretty damn serieus about it, heavy drums, repetitive sax and experiments creat the most eerie weird jazz vibe ever and i love it. Tune in for some weirdness now.

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https://www.facebook.com/HowThingsAreMadeMusic/

Track premiere: Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus is back. Listen to “Ten Years Tired”

The Annapolis trio are Ryan and Shane Wash joined by Jeremy Hayes and their band is called Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus and they have been featured a couple of times on Fuzzy Sun. They have a very varying sound ranging from heavy psych, to mellow tunes to surf rock. They have released their debut album “Electric Circus” in 2018 and now Fuzzy Sun can premiere the new track called “Ten Years Tired” from their upcoming album “Germ City” wich will be released early 2020.On this track the trio goes full psychedelic surf with rockabilly vibes.

Tune in now and enjoy some feel good rocknoll.

 

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https://www.instagram.com/mojobozosmusic/

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Elefant to release “Bejahung” this friday. Tune in for the new track/video

Their previous album “Konark Und Bonark” was a nice piece of work with a track called “Lord Sleep” wich I still play a lot. A while ago they released a new track called “Water Always Flows Down” wich showed that the band has a more normal side too. The track is a lot chiller then most of their material.

Their new track and video “Ultra Plus Ultra” is again more catchy then what we are used to but has a heavy kick to it. Tune in for “Ultra Plus Ultra” from their album “Bejahung” wich will be released this friday 24 January on 9000 Records (consouling Sounds).

You can find Elefant together with a lot of belgian weirdness on “The Big Belgian Noiserock List”

https://www.facebook.com/abandcalledelefant/

https://www.facebook.com/9000Records/

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Gritty noiserockers Chief Tail release LP

This is some dirty noiserock in the genre of Pissed Jeans and the likes, fast paced, riff fueled heavy noise rock. Short powerful tracks that pump you full of energy and make you jump like a retard in your house all alone. Chief Tail brings no nonsense rock and roll for you and they brought it on Reptilian Records. Out January 17 and recorded and engineered by Steve Albini. Yes

Favourite track: “I Don’t Like Your Face”

http://www.reptilianrecords.com/

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FUZZY SUN IN THE TRENCHES : Oorpijn 10

18/01/2020, Ghent, Belgium, 20:00. It’s a cold Saturday evening and with firm strides I’m walking to the ‘sun baked snow cave’, a sort of depot located in an industrial site close to the harbour. The line-up for the tenth edition of ‘Oorpijn’ looks promising and I can’t wait to listen to some brutal riffs and aggressive screams. It’s just what you need to be able to calm down after a long, stressful day. The road is abandoned, it’s dark, there’s no one around: the mood is perfect.
But then I realize I forgot my earplugs at home. Stupid, since the thing is called ‘Oorpijn’ (or Ear Pain in English). Somewhat discouraged, I stumble on.


When I arrive, local band URGE is halfway their set. These youngsters deliver some fine grungy noiserock, and they deliver it with heart – the riffwork is passionate and in the end it leaves you aching for more. The perfect appetizer for an evening full of brain numbing noise, just how we like it at Fuzzy Sun’s. My spirits have lifted considerably, especially since I found earplugs at the bar. This evening is going to turn out great, I think to myself as I buy myself my first couple of beers.

Second up: THE PROGERIANS. Although the band’s name is confusing (I find myself looking closely at one of the vocalists, but after some consideration I decide he does not suffer from this horrible disease, maybe one of his relatives does?), the music is great. They are from Brussels, a place Donald Trump once called ‘a hellhole’. And rightly so, if you hear what these guys blast out of their amps. Riffs like heavy logs, straight from the underworld, interspersed with some devilish uptempo noise and fast solos accompanied by vocals that sound very Slayer-like, but more melodious. What’s not to like? An thank God for those earplugs, because these ‘ketjes’ are clearly not interested in your well-being, they seem to want to murder your ear membranes. I feel great though, and can’t wait for the headliner. But first, some beers.

 


Finally, sort-of-black-metal-band LUGUBRUM. These guys from Lovendegem are something else. Being a lazy Fuzzy Sun reporter, I didn’t bother with research, so I asked some members of the audience what kind of music I could expect. They talked about ‘Brown Metal’, ‘Carrot Metal’ and ‘Farmer’s Metal’. Please do not ask what that’s supposed to mean, because I don’t know.
By that time, I’d had a lot of beers. So I was somewhat confused when the black metal vocalist started to play a folky, jazzy score on an organ. Had I somehow ended up in the wrong place? A different show next door? It sounded great, but it was not what I expected. My confusion only grew when I spotted a trombone next to the microphone. I was definitely in the wrong place, no doubt about it. Still, the bald bass player wore a black metal ‘marcelleke’, and the drummer looked like he strolled out of a Scandinavian forest after burning a church. Maybe it was them after all. And then I saw some carrots lying about- it was LUGUBRUM alright.

 

 

The next hour and a half was a very interesting musical trip. I heard some jazz influences, some rock ‘n roll, some folk, and linking that together some really great black metal riffs and screams. The show was great too. At some point, the drummer left the drumming to a drum machine and started to bang on what I can only describe as the skull of some big animal (it’s true, I’ve got pictures). The trombone was a revelation too. I could see the audience liked it, and after the show there was a line at the merch stand.

 

I am still not sure if they meant the whole thing as kind of a joke, tongue in cheek if you like, or if they were being serious. But by then, I couldn’t care less. I had a great time, lots of beers, and the music was awesome. With my ears undamaged, I could happily walk home. OORPIJN 10, you were fantastic.

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Kanaan share first track from upcoming album on El Paraiso

The Norwegian trio released their debut “Windborne” in 2018 and is now back with a first track called “Of Raging Billows Breaking On The Ground (feat. Jonas Munk)” wich is taken from their new album “Odense Sessions” wich will be out February 14 on El Paraiso. On this new track you can hear Causa Sui guitar player Jonas Munk. Kanaan makes epic instrumental impro psychedelic rock. Enjoy the first track now and pre-order here.

https://www.facebook.com/elparaisorecords/

https://www.facebook.com/kanaanband/

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