Set your minds to ‘boggled’…
”Hoarder of Operations” plays out like a crazed vision of rock being torn apart and reassembled into a new, furiously chaotic and unrelentingly discordant beast... It’s notable too, how uninterruptedly enrapturing, these tracks are: even at their loosest and most deconstructed, they retain a passive, virile momentum, and there are points that begin to feel almost psychedelic, where Trull’s repetitive, mystically atonal guitar lines mesh with the frenzied, syncopated grooving of Piechocki’s drum work.” - FECKING BAHAMAS
On their debut album “Asbestos Mouth” the band TERMS give equal weight to tightly composed precision and spontaneous discovery, weaving together bold new worlds where crunchy dissonant riffs and pulverant, skewed melodies collide and consort with syncopated thunderstorms of percussion.Having served in acts such as Grand Ulena, Jitters and Yowie, TERMS is much more than just the sum of its parts... It is an ever-evolving an aggregate of incalculable expression.
“Danny Piechocki is ridiculous at drums." - GNARLAXX
“Guitarist Christopher Trull possesses the rare trifecta of unparallelled technique, endless creativity and excellent taste. He respects the instrument without succumbing to its pitfalls and pushes its sonic capabilities without the aid of effects." - RIVERFRONT TIMES
released October 2, 2020
Danny Piechocki - Drums
Christopher Trull - Guitar and Bass
All pieces composed, performed, recorded, and mixed by Terms.
Mastered by Todd Rittmann
Painting by Michael Trull and design by Mark Fischer
Note" Track 6 is an alternate mix and features a completely different drum performance than the version found on the "Hoarder Of Operations" EP.
supported by 19 fans who also own “Asbestos Mouth”
Some of the most liberating music to come out during this oppressive year... thank you Horse Lords for freeing my mind and limbs. Probably tied for my AOTY along with Anna Von Hausswolf’s new record Benjamin Jelinek
supported by 14 fans who also own “Asbestos Mouth”
Some things in this world are just depressingly incredible. Piniol's Bran Coucou is certainly one of those things. Packed to the brim with restless brilliance, and a compositional focus that inspires and beguiles. Charlie Anderson