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Album Review: Krause – The Art of Fatigue

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“If you’ve never been approached by men with nightsticks who are intent on beating you into compliance while you’ve been naked in a jail cell, you have not lived.” – Eugene S Robinson, Buñuel.

Stevenage anarcho-punk quartet’s fourth album is their best yet.

Athenian noise rock quartet Krause have been around since 2015, attracting small but dedicated followings in both Greece and the UK. Their debut album, ‘2am Thoughts’ (2017), marked them out as a band of interest for lovers of the sort of heavy, sludgey noise rock made by Amphetamine Reptile artists like Unsane and Cows back …

To promote their 36th album, ‘Tremblers and Goggles by Rank’, Midwestern indie rock veterans Guided By Voices have released a gorgeously melodic single titled ‘Unproductive Funk’. The title is highly ironic for a band who are releasing their tenth studio album in three-and-a-half years. The track retains the melody of the songs on the band’s …

Three years on from their best album to date, ‘Exiled’, Stevenage’s Bad Breeding have announced their return with ‘Human Capital’, the blistering title track from their forthcoming fourth full-length album. The song is mostly slower and more contemplative than much of Bad Breeding’s previous material. While frontman Chris Dodd intones the vituperative lyrics as angrily …

In July 2020, Tokyo experimental metal trio Boris released ‘NO’, their fastest, loudest, heaviest album for several years, one that eschewed the drone metal elements of much of their recent material and re-embraced the hardcore punk influences of their early work. The album was hard, fast, and unsubtle, made for rip-roaring countryside driving music, and …

Ahead of the release of their debut album, ‘Petrichor’, next month, London noise punks Struggles With Syntax have released a new single taken from it, titled ‘Jung Dreams’. The track is considerably faster-paced than the band’s earlier single, ‘Monday Bluez’, featuring vocals from frontman Jo Llewellyn-Jones that recall Mclusky’s Andrew Falkous and tunic’s David Schellenberg. …