The ANOMALYS "Glitch" LP
As the delicate strings wistfully arpeggiate throughout the blissful introduc… get the fuck outta here, man. This is Slovenly territory, and this is THE ANOMALYS… NOW AND FOREVER! Crushing boldly into this total wreck of a future and not giving a rat’s ass for politeness, “Glitch” marks the first full-length from our Dutch decapitators with the current and deadly lineup of skinsman Rémi Pablo, Looch Vibrato (from MAGNETIX) on guitar number two lending his legendary fuzz and distortion, and our towering disaster of a leader, Bone on guitar and throat. It's no secret that this trio is one of the most ferocious live bands on planet Earth, and “Glitch,” with its remarkable new superphonic recording technique, captures the chaotic rockabilly-cum-garage punk pummel and twang like never before. Picking up right where they left off with 2019’s “Trooper” EP, The Anomalys resurrect and regurgitate that 7inch’s title cut on this new LP, obliterating the OG and rendering it obsolete (nah, you need ‘em both). “One of these days and it won’t be long, you’re gonna dance to a different song!” A sincere threat from Bone right there on “Bleed for Me,” but “different songs” ain’t necessarily what these beasts be about. We come to The Anomalys for one thing and one thing only: Relentless, ass shaking rock’n’roll. 'Cause that's the way we digs it, beer breath and all, ya heard?
[702-266] The ANOMALYS "Glitch" LP