WHITE RING “SUFFOCATION”
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The mighty BV has announced the official release of WHITE RING “HEY HEY, MY MY” + “FELT U” 12” out now. STREAM BOTH TRACKS and view a sampling of live footage.
photo by jeff r. williams
AELTER, PRETERITE, SADNESS SATURN/UTARM, PRE ORDERS ARE ALL SHIPPING THIS WEEK!
Another pre order success story: if you ordered Aelter “III” you got the white, and the only copies we had in stock are gone. Thrill Jockey will still have some circulating to stores for the November 8th release date. Eternal Warfare may have some available.
WHITE RING will hit us this week and go out by the weekend.
WHITE RING “HEY HEY, MY MY + FELT U” 12”, 180 GRAM, 45 RPM
PRETERITE “PILLAR OF WINDS” CD, STOUGHTON OLD STYLE MINI GATEFOLD + INSERT
AELTER “III” LP, ANOTHER SLICE OF BRILLIANCE FROM BLAKE GREEN OF WOLVSERPENT
SADNESS SATURN / UTARM SPLIT CASSETTE, LIMITED TO 39 COPIES
ALL RELEASES HAVE A NOVEMBER 8 RELEASE DATE. PREORDER IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE SADNESS SATURN / UTARM SPLIT, WHICH IS SO LIMITED, IT CAN ONLY BE ACQUIRED THROUGH EMAIL INQUIRY: email@example.com
Aelter has a limited amount in white that will go to the first to pre order.
Today Stereogum posted a list of 18 Dark Bands to Watch in 2011, one of which is the brilliant White Ring, who is on deck as our first of the Handmade Birds White Label Series.
“I’ve gone on about how Crystal Castles make me think of WOLD and the black metal connections with Frank (Just Frank) and Zola Jesus, but if you jump around the Internet, you’ll see White Ring themselves mentioning Darkthrone, Mayhem, Burzum, Gorgoroth, Satyricon, Watain, and Liturgy alongside Swans, Death In June, Slowdive, TG, and Coil. This is just part of what makes the male/female Brooklyn duo so interesting. Look for a new tape shortly. Todd Pendu, who’s releasing it, tells me “it’ll have unreleased White Ring tracks along with exclusive remixes etc put together like a classic street hip-hop mixtape.” In 2011 they can shed that “witch house” tag and get back to what they were doing in the first place.” Brandon Stosuy