Hunger EP

by Spectres

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  • Hunger EP (Second pressing)
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    FIRST 100 HAVE SOLD OUT SO THIS IS THE SECOND PRESSING.

    Tracklisting:

    1. Pull
    2. Rattle The Cage
    3. I Was In A Box
    4. Maybe You Shouldn't Be Living Here
    5. Threshing Machine

    Spectres are a very uncompromising band. A definite progression from the 2011 release 'Family' (thefourohfive.com/review/article/s…ectres-family-ep), Hunger shows the band experimenting with a sound that is often impossible to tame, and steering it towards some harsh beauty.

    Following their crowning of the 'Artrocker Unsigned Band of the Year' award, October 2011 saw the band take their visceral live sound into a squat bedroom for a couple of days, set up a few mics among the mattresses, plug in, play and see what happened. Recorded by members of the blossoming Howling Owl Records family (Oliver Wilde and Dominic Mitchison (Velcro Hooks)); Hunger somehow manages to knead the squalls of feedback, distortion and noise, whilst leaving room for the vocals to float around at will.

    Released on 11 March 2013, Hunger is limited to 100 12" vinyl, that also comes with a CDR and download code, all housed in handmade sleeves and artwork; as always with Howling Owl.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Hunger EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Hunger EP
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Tracklisting:

    1. Pull
    2. Rattle The Cage
    3. I Was In A Box
    4. Maybe You Shouldn't Be Living Here
    5. Threshing Machine

    Spectres are a very uncompromising band. A definite progression from the 2011 release 'Family' (thefourohfive.com/review/article/s…ectres-family-ep), Hunger shows the band experimenting with a sound that is often impossible to tame, and steering it towards some harsh beauty.

    Following their crowning of the 'Artrocker Unsigned Band of the Year' award, October 2011 saw the band take their visceral live sound into a squat bedroom for a couple of days, set up a few mics among the mattresses, plug in, play and see what happened. Recorded by members of the blossoming Howling Owl Records family (Oliver Wilde and Dominic Mitchison (Velcro Hooks)); Hunger somehow manages to knead the squalls of feedback, distortion and noise, whilst leaving room for the vocals to float around at will.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Hunger EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more

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FIRST 100 HAVE SOLD OUT SO THIS IS THE SECOND PRESSING.

Tracklisting:

1. Pull
2. Rattle The Cage
3. I Was In A Box
4. Maybe You Shouldn't Be Living Here
5. Threshing Machine

Spectres are a very uncompromising band. A definite progression from the 2011 release 'Family' (thefourohfive.com/review/article/s…ectres-family-ep), Hunger shows the band experimenting with a sound that is often impossible to tame, and steering it towards some harsh beauty.

Following their crowning of the 'Artrocker Unsigned Band of the Year' award, October 2011 saw the band take their visceral live sound into a squat bedroom for a couple of days, set up a few mics among the mattresses, plug in, play and see what happened. Recorded by members of the blossoming Howling Owl Records family (Oliver Wilde and Dominic Mitchison (Velcro Hooks)); Hunger somehow manages to knead the squalls of feedback, distortion and noise, whilst leaving room for the vocals to float around at will.

Released on 11 March 2013, Hunger is limited to 100 12" vinyl, all housed in handmade sleeves and artwork; as always with Howling Owl.

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released March 11, 2013

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Spectres Bristol, UK

"Like Sonic Youth from the bowels of a haunted well"
Stool Pigeon

Spectres are a noise rock band from Bristol. Slowly gathering acclaim with their uncompromising sound, they won Artrocker Magazines 'Unsigned Act Of The Year' in 2012, the magazine describing their live show as 'a tornado tearing through a nail factory; a bracing experience indeed, and teetering on the brink of beauty'. ... more

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