March To The Sea

by AIDS Wolf

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about

The landscape is all ears and the distance is deafening.

With a new LP (their third), and an ever-renewable call to action, AIDS Wolf dribble and smear, smudge and sweep - spilling across the plains.

AIDS Wolf March To The Sea.

AIDS Wolf was birthed into the heady days of Montreal’s millennial music scene. Yannick Desranleau (aka Hiroshima Thunder) and Chloe Lum began the band in 2003. Unlike most of the local units finding fame out in the world beyond Quebec, AIDS Wolf pushed an abrasive, unforgiving and rather unwieldy sound around North America in a battered van.

AIDS Wolf has formalized its sound into a tight construction relying on intentional dissonance, polyrhythms and disjunctive compositional forms. The band takes its cues from “classic” New York No Wave, 90’s Midwestern No Wave, vegan cooking, 70’s proto-punk, Beefheartian modes, Ville-Marie school of white elephant architecture, Literature, www.crwflags.com, post-war continental modern composition and their unrivaled network of friends and acquaintances the world over.

PRESS QUOTES:
o Rock can still sound threatening. - Popmatters
o A brutally beautiful sound that has caught the kids' pants on fire. - Hour
o An amazing, essential, noisy mess. - CMJ
o AIDS Wolf are a no wave sonic demolition squad cartwheeling on the edge of the noise-rock precipice. - Alternative Press

credits

released September 14, 2010

Recorded by David Bryant in The Pines, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Mastered by Weasel Walter in Hell, USA.
Cover Art by Seripop.

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