TERMS, a socially-distanced band, deals in dissonance. Arriving by way of Tampa Bay, Florida and St. Louis, Missouri - TERMS is Danny Piechocki and Christopher Trull - and "Hoarder of Operations" is their SKiN GRAFT Records' debut.
Having served in acts such as Grand Ulena, Jitters and Yowie, TERMS bring a wealth of experience and a hearty dash of the unexpected to the operating table. The title track "Hoarder Of Operations" offers a taste of sounds to come - an altogether different version of the song is being readied to appear on a forthcoming full-length. This EP rendition features an alternate mix and an entirely different drum performance.
"Heal My Borings" and "Who Will Save The World From Art?" are newly updated mixes of songs the band previously self-released. Both feature new drum performances - and all three tracks were mastered specifically for this EP by Todd Rittmann (Dead Rider, U.S. Maple) in Chicago.
released April 27, 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
Layout by Mark Fischer
Track 1: Alternate mix of a song from Terms' forthcoming album, featuring a completely different drum performance.
Tracks 2 and 3: Alternate mixes of two songs previously released as a digital single, featuring new drum performances.
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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