I must say I was really forward to the release of ‘Atonement’, the new album by Exhalants. The trio have released debut in 2018 and made a split with Pinko and now this, and you can hear they have grown. It is not only very good produced but the tracks are strong, full of gorgeous riffs and still that awesome punk vibe. Their is something epic troughout their whole album. Exhalants does not dissapoint, again. Be ready to be overwhelmed by intensity, riffs and heaviness that shatters the bones.
Exhalants has this ferocious energy. With their noiserock and excellent riffs they released a full album in 2018 and a split with Pinko and their self titled debut. The Texas noiserockers return with a new album wich will be called ‘Atonement’ and will be released September 11. Their first track is called ‘bang’ and shows us a even stronger Exhalants, their music fierce and powerfull, fast and intense. Now we get the second song ‘Blackened’ before the release on 11 September.
Their two previous released date back to 2018. The excellent split between them and Pinko and their self titled album. The Texas noiserockers return with a new album wich will be called ‘Atonement’ and will be released September 11. Their first track is called ‘bang’ and shows us a even stronger Exhalants, their music fierce and powerfull, fast and intense. A band we need in 2020, an album that surely will be magnificent.
The Texas noiserockers released their excellent self titled album last year in August and since then they have released a split between them and Pinko and now we get 6 tracks recorded in their practice shed.
Play now and play loud.
The Texas rockers Exhalants released their self-titled album August 24. The ten new songs make a hell of a racket and to make it even better the band just released a video for the track “Punisher”.
Check out the vid and go listen to more noise on Fuzzy Sun’s list.
The Texas noise punks Exhalants released three tracks before the release of their new self titled album thats out on August 24.
The three tracks contain that post-whatever-noiserock feel that i love so much. Parts agressive punk and parts post-hardcore give them that extra edge wich will make this a very nice album.
Get to know them.